U.S. Highways 61, 84 and 98 intersect in Natchez, connect directly with Memphis, Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Mobile. Natchez Trace Parkway, scenic National Historic Site, originates in Natchez and terminates in Nashville.
Located at mile 360 on the Mississippi River, the Natchez-Adams County Port has provided dependable service to destinations throughout the world for over 30 years. From our port, cargo can be shipped directly to Europe, Latin America and the Far East via LASH barge in both high and low water conditions, as well as all destinations along the Mississippi River and the United States.
The Natchez-Adams County Airport is operated twenty-four hours a day and is primarily a general aviation airport that is capable of handling air carrier charter flights in addition to corporate and business traffic. The airport has two hard-surfaced lighted runways at 6,500 feet and 5,000 feet long with air freight and jet capability. Commercial Air Service is available in Jackson, Mississippi and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, both 90 minutes away.
Natchez is served by a mainline of Canadian National Illinois Central Railroad, which starts in New Orleans and continues to Chicago, Illinois.