Two Container Ports and the Nation’s Top Ro/Ro Port
McIntosh County is located within a one hour drive from the Port of Savannah and the Port of Jacksonville and only 20 minutes from the Port of Brunswick.
Port of Savannah at Night
The largest single container port in the United States. Two Railroads, Norfolk Southern & CSX, on terminal. Immediate access to two interstates: I-16 (East/West) and I-95 (North/South). The Port of Savannah has 9,700 Feet of Contiguous Berth Space, is a four-hour drive to Atlanta, Orlando and Charlotte, and has the largest concentration of import distribution centers on the East Coast. Port of Savannah
Port of Brunswick, importing autos
The number 1 port in the nation for new auto imports. Two railroads, Norfolk Southern & CSX, on terminal an over 500 acres leased or owned by the auto industry. The Port of Brunswick has 40-ft grain berth depth for heavily laden vessels and is only 2.5 Miles of four-lane highway to I-95 and US 17. Port of Brunswick
Port of Jacksonville from the sky
The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is a full-service, international trade seaport in the Southeast United States. JAXPORT owns and manages three cargo terminals. Jaxport
Interstate 95, the East Coast connection
I-95 is one mile from the entrance to the Tidewaters Complex, I-16 is 50 miles north on I-95 and I-10 is 75 miles south on I-95. The Tidewaters Complex sits midway between two major commercial and industrial centers and midway between avenues of transport worldwide.
BQK Terminal in the Golden Isles
Only 20 minutes from McIntosh, the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (BQK) offers three daily flights to Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). The flights are only 37 minutes long and are offered by Delta. Brunswick Golden Isles Airport
The Savannah International Airport (SAV) has five major carriers and two connection airlines. As of 2003, SAV was touted second only to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as Georgia’s busiest commercial airport. Savannah International Airport
The Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), just 60 minutes to our south, moves 150+million pounds of air cargo through their airport annually. JAX also boast eight major passenger carriers. Jacksonville International Airport