The City of Amory has an industrial port on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway at river mile 369.5. The City of Amory Port & Industrial Park in conjunction with the BNSF Railroad makes Amory a prime area for industry. The port facility feature a bulkhead wood dock with steel pilings, mooring cell, 30-ton capacity crane, open storage area with asphalt surface, rail spur connections to BNSF, and is currently used for general freight transfer including grain and lumber. The BNSF rail connection is incorporated into the port area via multiple and routinely maintained rail spurs that were sponsored through grants and city funding. The Amory Lock (at river mile 371.1) has a lift of 30 feet and a 914 acre lake. For more information on the industrial opportunities for your business in Amory, contact Mayor Brad Blalock at 662-256-5635.
The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway is not just a place for business. The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway is a great place for those enthusiastic about the great Mississippi outdoors. Picnicking, fishing, camping, and boating are just a few of the activities our citizens enjoy participating n along the Tenn-Tom Waterway. There is a long stretch perfect for running, walking, and biking for those wishing to use the Mississippi outdoors as a way to improve health and wellness. There are multiple boat ramps in and around Amory for easy access to the water for those wishing to enjoy recreational boating. The Amory Lock has a recreational area and is a great place to view wildlife. The Amory Recreation Area features boat ramps and picnic shelters. Water sports, hunting, hiking, fishing, camping, boating, and biking are just a few more activities that make the Tenn-Tom Waterway a great place to enjoy! http://tenntom.org/
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