Lake Logan Airfield
||The 1979 USGS topo map depicted a single 3,600'
runway, which actually was somewhat curved as it followed the
narrow slice of land in between Route 215 and the west bank of
the Pigeon River. The airfield was not labeled at all. Champion
International paper company (since absorbed by International
Paper) had a fishing retreat called Lake Logan. At some point
they built a very narrow paved strip with a sort of cul-de-sac
at one end for turning around. It was completely surrounded by
huge pine trees, and it is said the company pilot threatened
to quit if he had to keep flying in there. No airfield at this
location was depicted on the 1980 Sectional Aeronautical Chart.
The site of the Lake Logan Airfield was located on the east side
of Route 215, just south of Lake Logan.