Gee, Frank, would you like to apply as our LTA Public Relations guy ?
I was up there June 3, had my regular local cop stop for doing 70 in a 50 zone. As I opened the window, 147 Skeeters blew in, intent on dining on non-local blood. The cop let me go with another warning, and the skeeters were subdued by the AC.
The actual consensus is the biting insects are not an issue out on the runway, due to lack of cover and a usual slight breeze. The legendary Black flies are gone in July.
The camping/RV parking area is also distant from the aforementioned cover and wet areas , and taking the usual insect repellant precautions should seem to be all that's necessary.
Your mileage and blood donation experiences may vary, but seasoned campers know the drill.
My only concern is the migrating Snowsmoses, the Northern variety of the Jackalope.
The black flys will be gone next month, but then we have minges and horse fly's in the hotter weather.