Lee County Port Authority Tours

Ages 5 and up: 

Children ages 5 and up may visit Base Operations at Page Field for a fun, hands-on tour of our general aviation airport and learn about what a typical day is like at the Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF) Station. A firefighter will talk about and demonstrate the capabilities of the airport’s special emergency response vehicles, as well as show them firefighting gear that is very different than what you would normally see at a municipal fire station! Based on availability, Smokey Bear may also make an appearance to talk to kids about fire safety. Children will be able to look at aircraft, learn about flying, ask questions and will receive an airport souvenir.

Adults and community groups:

Adult visitors may can attend a 20-minute, classroom-style presentation focusing on the airports’ history,  social and economic benefits and impact on our region. A question and answer session will follow. Subject to availability, we will invite the Airport Police Department K-9 Unit and/or Transportation Security Administration for brief presentations. In addition, a visit to the Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Station may be arranged to learn about the special emergency response vehicles, gear and a day in the life of an airport firefighter.

Request a tour:

Tours are available on a first come, first served basis and may be arranged by completing our Tour Request Form. All tours are subject to availability and are hosted during business hours only (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday). In order to ensure all requested tour elements are available, please schedule your tour at least three weeks before your planned visit. Special requests for specific tour topics or talk points will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Please note, children’s groups require at least one chaperone per five kids. We also require groups to have a minimum of 10 people, but not be larger than 30 guests, including chaperones. Smaller groups are welcome to visit the airport on their own time or utilize airport observation areas.