Port of Shelton
The Port of Shelton is a bustling port with on-site rail access, Highway 102 frontage, a 5,000 foot runway with a Foreign-Trade Zone designation, offices, modern amenities and room for growth.
The Port offers businesses several clear advantages, including:
- Central Pacific Northwest location near Seattle, Tacoma and Bremerton
- Lower real estate cost
- Lower operating cost
- Opportunity Zone designation creates tax advantages
- Foreign Trade Zone designation can create significant savings
The Port comprises a marina, industrial park and airport, all within close proximity and boasting such conveniences as reasonable lease rates, rail and airport access, high tech facilities and Foreign Trade Zone designation.
Modern infrastructure consisting of water, natural gas, fiber optic communications and high voltage power, allow the Port to quickly facilitate the needs of your business.
- Transportation options include:
- On-site rail access
- Highway 101 frontage and build to suit options
- truck routes
- 5,000 foot airport runway with Foreign-Trade Zone
With competitive lease rates, central access and the quality of life in one of the most beautiful natural areas in the Pacific Northwest, the Port of Shelton is more than just a great base to base your business. Learn More>
The Port’s location in Shelton is ideal for those looking to locate somewhere truly beautiful, instead of a highly industrialized area. Shelton is located on an inner arm of the Olympic Peninsula. The scenic route to the area is cradled by the lush forests & pristine mountain areas of the Olympic National Park and the waterway route along the Hood Canal and inner passages of Puget Sound. The Port administration is a short drive from the center of town where there is a variety of lodging and restaurant establishments.
Port of Allyn
The Port of Allyn has taken an active part in economic development in North Mason through participation in the Chamber of Commerce, Allyn Community Association and Allyn & Belfair Planning efforts. Future Port plans include a business or light industrial park north of Belfair. The Port of Allyn supports the local tourism industry by maintaining year-round recreational boating facilities with a dock and two launch ramps. The Port also tends the waterfront park and Kayak Park in Allyn on Case Inlet as well as a dock and launch ramp on Hood Canal near Belfair State Park. The Allyn Waterfront Park is busy all through the year with local events. The beautiful waterfront setting and large gazebo make it a favorite location for summer weddings. The Port anticipates augmenting further development with such seasonal events as a “Concerts in the park” series and possibly an annual art show. Learn More>
Port of Grapeview
The Port of Grapeview is a municipally owned corporation to create economic development opportunities within all the areas you can locate on this website. Created in 1923, the port manages a public boat launch and commercial property, which is managed by the port’s board. Learn More>
Port of Hoodsport
The Port of Hoodsport is responsible for creating, promoting and supporting economic development that preserves and ensures public enjoyment of local, cultural, and natural resources that provide family wage jobs and promotes the development of cottage industries, tourism, and family-related activities. Learn More>
Port of Dewatto
The Port of Tahuya serves the area’s economic development and recreational needs. Learn More>