|ICAO Code:||/NWL||Info Last Validated:||8-12-2015|
|City:||Corpus Christi||Position:||27°38'06"N 097°18'44"W|
|Runway(s):||13/31, 17/35||Elevation:||25 ft|
Waldron Naval Outlying Landing Field is now used for circuit training of aircraft from NAS Corpus Christi. It is located west of this field and is mostly used by the T-6 Texans. When runway 13 is in use, expect aircraft to break overhead for a lefthand pattern with righthand circuits thereafter. From this field, movements at Corpus Christi can be seen and be read.
This small field has a southerly and a southeasterly runway with a small apron in the southeast, next to the tower.
Waldron Naval Outlying Landing Field is located west of NAS Corpus Christi. You can reach Waldron Field NOLF by taking the I-358 towards Padre island and leave to the right via Flour Bluff Drive towards spot 3 and 4, while taking Waldron Road towards spot 1 and 2.
Driving on Waldron Road to the south, park your car whenever you pass the runway 31. Position yourself along the road.
Driving on Waldron Road to the south, take the first road to the right after passing the field onto Yorktown Boulevard. Park your car along the road and position yourself.
Driving to the south on Flour Bluff Drive, park your car after you have past both runways at your right. Position yourself along the road. When runway 13 is in use, this spot is best in the afternoon. View on righthand base turns into runway 13 are blocked by the threes along the road.
Driving to the south on Flour Bluff Drive, park your car at the crossing with Caribbean Drive. Position yourself near the crossing for all landing traffic. For runway 13 you will have to walk into Caribbean Drive for the best spot. This spot is best in the early mornings especially for the aircraft on a lefthand circuit turning into runway 13.