Port Access Routes

With the expansion of the Panama Canal in 2014 and the inception of Post-Panamax shipping, some non-competitive freight handling operations currently at larger ports are expected to shift to smaller ports, especially to those that have shorter ship-to-market routes. With a direct route north from the Panama Canal, the Port of Port St. Joe is a perfect candidate.

Access to ICW

Offers direct access to the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, channel 12’x125’. This navigable inland waterway runs approximately 1,050 miles from Carrabelle, Fla., to Brownsville, Texas, and provides access via the inland river system to locations as diverse as Chicago, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Tulsa and other cities.

Access to Rail

AN Railway, owned and operated by Genesee & Wyoming Inc., serves the Port and connects with the CSXT Class I mainline.

Access to Interstate & Air

Direct access to I-10 via SR-71. Only 21 miles to Apalachicola Regional Airport via U.S. Highway 98.