The Woodbine Airport Business Park occupies approximately 50 acres of the Airport's 750 acre total. Henry DeCinque and Jack Penn Boulevards provide access to this business park and Henry DeCinque Boulevard serves as the "grand entrance" to the Airport.

Development along this drive has occurred with minimal destruction to the existing woods on site. These woods and the densely wooded areas throughout the Borough of Woodbine are symbolic of the region's rural character, the connection to Belleplain Forest and the importance of the Pinelands National Reserve to the community.

The proposed lot size for businesses can vary to accommodate the specific needs of business and industry. These lot sizes work well for small distribution, production, and warehousing facilities, as well as wholesale services for specific manufactured goods that could be delivered/ distributed via the use of the Airport. These sites for development are available for lease or sale.

 
Businesses that will be appropriate for this business park include air and marine services such as:
Airplane repair, upholstery, radio/equipment repair

Avionic support

Engine repair
Painting
Boat manufacturing/repair