Elkins-Randolph County Regional Airport – Jennings Randolph Field is a general aviation (GA) facility located near some of the West Virginia’s most scenic landscape in the middle of the Appalachian Mountains. This area is a prime region for ski resorts and other outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, camping, hunting, fishing, rafting and kayaking. Elkins is also home to the headquarters of the famous Monongahela National Forest. Centrally located near several state parks, the airport serves as a gateway to a wide range of outdoor activities not found elsewhere in the state. The airport also serves a variety of activities including business travel, flight instruction, military operations, medical transport, power and gas line aerial inspection and maintenance, and the state’s wood technology industry. The Elkins Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, Elkins Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 1530 and Elkins Pilots Club are also located at the airport.