Holley Mountain Airpark is a public-use airport located in the Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. It is owned and operated by the U.S. Forest Service and is open to the public for recreational flying. The airpark features a 2,400-foot grass runway, a windsock, and a picnic area. It is a popular destination for hang gliding, paragliding, and ultralight aircraft. The airpark is located in a remote area of the Ouachita National Forest, and is surrounded by beautiful scenery and wildlife. Holley Mountain Airpark is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the beauty of Arkansas.
Holley Mountain Airpark is located in Mena, Arkansas. Nearby cities include Hot Springs, Little Rock, and Fort Smith. Nearby airports include Hot Springs Memorial Field Airport (HOT), Fort Smith Regional Airport (FSM), and Little Rock National Airport (LIT).
FAA ID: 2A2
Size: small airport
Elevation: 1269 feet