Located in Northeast Wisconsin, the Oconto – J Douglas Bake Municipal Airport, OCQ, lies 2 miles southwest of the city of Oconto and 30 miles north of Green Bay. Co-owned by Oconto County and the City of Oconto, the airport has been welcoming pilots since 1946.
FAA Identifier: OCQ
Lat/Long: 44-52-26.6001N / 087-54-35.1738W
44-52.443335N / 087-54.586230W
44.8740556 / -87.9097705
Elevation: 604 ft. / 184.1 m (surveyed)
Variation: 03W (1995)
From city: 2 miles SW of OCONTO, WI
Time zone: UTC -5 (UTC -6 during Standard Time)
Zip code: 54153
Get to Know Oconto Municipal Airport
Airport amenities include 24-hour fuel available, a pilot’s lounge with WiFi, courtesy car, and airplane parking in hangars and tiedowns. Runway 11/29 is an asphalt runway in excellent condition. Runway 4/22 is a turf runway in fair condition. The airport is open to the public and holds a fly-in every September. The annual fall event features aircraft displays, helicopter rides, remote-control airplanes, a car and tractor show, vendor sales, food and refreshments
Get to Know the City of Oconto
- Considered by many as the start of the Wisconsin Northwoods, Oconto is surrounded by forests, shorelines, and wetlands.
- The city’s west boundary is the bay of Green Bay, a top fishing destination for walleye, bass, and panfish and recreational area for kayaking and boating.
- The City of Oconto’s moniker is “History on the Bay.” Oconto has 33 sites on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Major industries in Oconto are manufacturing, healthcare, and construction