Prineville Airport www.flyprineville.com is only 6 1/2 air miles or 13 road miles from us and has full servicing including top notch A & P’s.
EAA Chapter 617 holds meetings every second Saturday of the month at 9:00 AM at the Prineville Airport. They have a pancake breakfast 8:00 to 9:00 AM before every meeting
Many of our pilots work with the EAA Young Eagles program which provides free first flights for children aged 7-17. For information regarding this program contact Chuck Rosenfeld.
Medical & Emergency Services
We are pleased to say that Dry Creek’s airstrip is utilized by both Air Link www.airlinkcct.org and Life Flight www.lifeflight.org to provide transport for seriously ill or injured patients for neighboring communities and Dry Creek Airpark. Both of these services work together with our local EMS, fire departments and the hospital.
The local fire department is located at 12051 SE Juniper Canyon Road and is just 3.8 miles up the road from us to provide both EMS and fire protection needs. The main fire department center is located in town, approximately 10.5 miles away.
The St. Charles Prineville Hospital (541-447-6254) opened in September 2015 and is only 20 minutes from us. It is a Trauma Level IV, Critical Access Hospital and is a member of the St. Charles Health System, headquartered in Bend.
Crook County Sheriff Non-Emergency: 541-447-6398 sheriff.co.crook.or.us
Crook County Reverse 9-1-1: www.alertcrookcounty.org
Business and Tourism
Crook County Chamber of Commerce: Prineville Oregon www.prinevillechamber.com
Dry Creek Airpark current weather
Prineville, OR weather: Accuweather-Prineville, OR
Public Schools: Barnes Butte Elementary
Crooked River Elementary
Powell Butte Community Charter School
Steins Pillar Elementary
Crook County Middle School
Crook County High School
Pioneer Alternative High School
Private Schools: High Desert Christian Academy
College: Central Oregon Community College, based in Bend, has 4 Central Oregon campuses, including one in Prineville. COCC students can obtain a wide variety of certificates and Associates degrees including courses for transfer to a 4-year university. In addition, the college offers a myriad of community learning courses and training and business advising support from the Small Business Development Center.
University: Opened in 2016, the Oregon State University Cascades campus, Oregon's first new public university in 50 years, has brought the educational resources, power, and prestige of Oregon State University to Central Oregon.