The Warren County Port Commission is the governing body of the Port of Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Located on a slack-water harbor, this 422-acre (and growing) port consists of a harbor channel 9,550 feet long, with a minimum 300-foot width, and a 12-foot minimum depth.   The approach channel is 4,850 feet long with a 150-foot minimum width and a 12-foot minimum depth connects the harbor channel to Vicksburg Harbor. The Port maintains a 150-ton crane, two 15-ton overhead cranes, all-weather loading and unloading, and 129,000 square feet of insured and sprinkled warehouse space.

The Port of Vicksburg provides rail, barge, and truck services. The Port is directly connected to the KCS rail line via the VSOR Connect Short Line and also connects to the deepwater Port of New Orleans for access to the Gulf of Mexico. The Port of Vicksburg handles a variety of bulk and break-bulk materials including steel, aluminum, ores, grain, and fertilizer. Truck traffic alone is in excess of 250,000+ trucks annually.

Located on a slack-water harbor, this 422-acre (and growing) port consists of a harbor channel 9,550 feet long, with a minimum 300-foot width, and a 12-foot minimum depth.   The approach channel is 4,850 feet long with a 150-foot minimum width and a 12-foot minimum depth connects the harbor channel to Vicksburg Harbor. The Port maintains a 150-ton crane, two 15-ton overhead cranes, all-weather loading and unloading, and 129,000 square feet of insured and sprinkled warehouse space.

Please learn more here or contact IRPT Member:

Pablo Diaz
2020 Mission 66
Vicksburg, MS 39180
(601) 631-0555
pablo@co.warren.ms.us