Oconee County Airport

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Jet-A - $6.655
Avgas 100LL FS - $7.35
Avgas 100LL SS - $6.35

About Us:

Oconee County Regional Airport ( ICAO ID: CEU ) serves as the aviation gateway to Upstate South Carolina’s scenic “Golden Corner” including three of South Carolina’s premier educational institutions (Clemson University, Southern Wesleyan University, and Tri-County Technical College). Visitors will find our friendly, professional service a pleasant alternative to traditional “commercial air travel.” Upon arrival, visitors will find the panoramic mountain view; a testimony to the regions natural beauty.

The word “Oconee” comes from the Cherokee Indian tribe who originally inhabited the area and means “land beside the water”, which is highly appropriate with the surrounding mountain lakes of Jocassee, Keowee, and the Piedmont’s Lake Hartwell. The airport is less than one mile from Lake Hartwell, and is only three miles southeast of Lake Keowee. Not far from I-85, the towns of Seneca, Westminster, Walhalla, and Salem are just a few minutes’ drive from the aerodrome. The mountain resort towns of Highlands and Cashiers, NC, are but a short drive from Oconee Regional.

Located in the southeastern edge of Oconee County, the airport is less than 5 minutes by car to Clemson University, Clemson’s “Death Valley” stadium, the Madren Conference Center, and the Walker Course. During football season, visitors may use a privately owned shuttle service for transportation to and from the stadium.

In the realm of AIRPORT DATA, the airport’s 5000′ long runway has precision GPS, non-precision GPS, NDB instrument approaches, and is home for 75-based aircraft. It also hosts the Clemson University Flight Dept. and the Clemson University Flying Club.

The airfield can host up to 75 transient aircraft with ramp and tie-down spaces for both turbine and piston-engine aircraft. The FBO, Van Surdam Vintage Aircraft offers top-notch aircraft maintenance services. Car rentals are provided by Hertz and ENTERPRISE Rent-a-car, both serve the the airport 6 days per week.

Visitors will find year round things to do and see in Oconee County and the surrounding area. Hiking, kayaking, sailing and golf are just a few activities to enjoy in the Oconee County.

Our Mission

It is the mission of Oconee County to provide our current and future citizens and visitors quality services while protecting our communities, heritage, environment and natural resources, in an ever-changing world.


Oconee County – A diverse, growing, safe, vibrant community guided by rural traditions and shaped by natural beauty; where employment, education and recreation offer a rich quality of life for all generations, both today and tomorrow.