Port Access

Port Panama City land includes the core 138 acre Port property on Dyers Point, just off US 98 at the southwestern boundary of the City of Panama City, in Bay County, and the 250 acre Intermodal Distribution Center, about 10 miles to the northeast on US 231.
Port Panama City is situated on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, which bisects St. Andrew Bay. The Port has easy access to the Gulf of Mexico by means of an 8.9–mile channel that runs from St. Andrew Pass (known as the West Pass) to the Port. To accommodate today’s larger ocean carriers, the Port has completed the deepening of its channel and berthing areas to 36 feet.

Located in Gulf County, Florida, the Port of Port St. Joe offers a deepwater seaport with two separate bulkheads—one featuring nearly 1,900 linear feet at the ship channel turning basin and the other offering nearly 900 linear feet on the Gulf County Canal. The port is well-suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways.

One of the port’s greatest assets is the approximately 260 acres of combined ready-to-be-leased lands adjacent to the bulkheads and the more than 5,000 acres of land in the Port environs available for immediate development. Businesses wishing to establish facilities have plenty of room to build and expand.