Harvey Airfield, also known as Harvey Field, is a privately owned, public use airport located in Snohomish, Washington. Harvey Airfield was established in 1944 by Noble and Eldon Harvey and Wesley Loback on the Harvey family's property. In 1947, the family added a restaurant, administration building, and a maintenance shop.
The airfield has one 2,671-foot (814 m) asphalt runway, one 2,430-foot (740 m) turf runway and fourteen hangar bays. It covers an area of approximately 145 acres (590,000 m2) and is home to 261 based aircraft including 9 helicopters and 9 multi-engine planes, and nearly two dozen businesses including a hot-air balloon charter business.
Harvey Field offers a full range of services for fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft. Harvey Field is an active skydiving drop zone. Please refer to the FAA Safety link for more information about skydiving activities.
Facility Uses: Lacrosse, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Flag Football, Miscellaneous Sports Events
This facility offers one of the rarest sports events experiences, as the beautiful grass fields can be lined in a multitude of ways, and you can see small-engine airplanes take off and land in the nearby airfield in the beautiful Snohomish Valley.