Grayling Army field is owned and operated by the US Army. The Army National Guard manages its two restricted airspace areas - R-4201A and R-4201B. The airport is situated at 1158 ft. above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) in elevation and offers two good runways: Runway 5/23 (5,000 feet concrete) and Runway 14/32, (5,000 feet asphalt covered). The airport is staffed from dawn until dusk. The 29,000-sq. ft. (2,700 m2) parking area can accommodate fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft with parking for 100 helicopters; 50 with cement pads, and a total of 70 tie downs. The control tower was recently upgraded to an STVS (Small Tower Voice Switch) system with positions in three different locations. There is an 800-sq. ft. (74 m2) operation's building, which includes an operations center, flight planning room, safety office, commander's office, and a weather room. Additionally, the airfield contains a 6,400-sq. ft. (590 m2) maintenance hangar, crash rescue barn, and NAVAIDS, which include TVOR, NDB, VASI and REIL.