We operated a 200a out of our 2000 ft grass strip in WI for years. We had clear approaches, a 520 engine, and a 3 blade prop. Getting in was not a problem. The 200 has a really steep approach angle and doesn’t float. Fly your numbers and hit your spot and you’ll be fine.
Getting out was a different story. If he was filling all 4 seats Dad would often fly over to a bigger airport to pick up that last guy. Getting off the ground wasn’t a problem, but the Meyers doesn’t have enough rudder and if you horsed it off you couldn’t hold it straight. It accelerates quickly but it just takes time to get it cleaned up and climbing. I would be nervous flying out of a 1900 ft strip with trees. With the big engine and prop I noticed our plane would get out significantly shorter than a stock plane.