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OFFERING ACCESS TO WATERWAYS, RAIL, HIGHWAYS AND STORAGE!


YELLOW CREEK



The Yellow Creek State Inland Port, one of two state-owned ports, is the oldest port on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. It was authorized in 1972, opened in 1974, and shipped its first steel coils in 1975.


ABOUT US


The port’s location at the northern end of the Tenn-Tom near its confluence with the Tennessee River at Mile 215.5 in the Pickwick reservoir provides immediate access to two federally operated and maintained waterways.


FACILITIES/SERVICES


420-foot concrete main dock

1,000-foot mooring cells

Six acres paved outdoor storage

20,000 sq. ft. humidity
controlled indoor/outdoor warehouse

15,000 sq. ft. humidity-controlled indoor/outdoor warehouse


LOCATION/CONNECTION


The Yellow Creek State Inland Port, adjacent to the city of Iuka in Tishomingo County, is located on the Tenn-Tom Waterway at RM 448.3 & RM 435 on the Tenn-Tom Waterway and the Tennessee River RM 215.