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450-hour instrument-rated private pilot since 1995. Trained at KTEB.
Fly rented Cessna 172s with G1000 glass cockpit.
It's a very nice airport that you can approach a lower than usual altitude on final and get a good short-field landing. Park and walk up the road to a couple of places for lunch. The place across the street is excellent. This place is my favorite destination.
It has a nice park attached to it. Bring food and drinks (nothing to buy there) and enjoy the view of the lake and the little Piper Cubs landing on the grass runway. It's a great place to practice short field landings. There is water on both ends, so you can come rather low and cross the threshold lower that usual. All times I have been there, I never used more than half the runway for a complete stop.