In the 1920s there was a forest ranger in change of this area. He rode a horse named "Stocking" and he would occasionally allow the horse to roam free and eat the grasses in the meadow where the present day airstrip is located. The name of the meadows is "Stocking's Meadow." CPTPA came in during the 1960s and cleared the meadow enough to make a usable airstrip. The one runway, 9/27 is 3,000 feet in length, considerably downhill to the west. The approaches are quite hazardous. I would recommend obtain a briefing from CPTPA's Chief Pilot Johnny Steward before operating here.
Check out www.cptpa.com or call 208-476-4114
This airstrip is open to the public but is "use at your own risk."
Lat: 46.93601777778 , Long: -115.86487583333 - IDAHO, USA