Tulsa Port of Catoosa is an international waterway located twelve miles from Claremore in Rogers County. Its port of origin is McClellan-Kerr Navigational System, a 445-mile waterway linking Oklahoma to Mississippi River and a U.S. inland waterway system. Foreign ports are accessible via New Orleans and the Gulf Intercostal Waterway System. The southern location provides year-round, ice-free shipping service. Multi-modal transportation includes Class I railroads, highways, and air freight systems, a 2,000-acre industrial park and a foreign trade zone.
(918) 266-2291 I www.tulsaport.com
Claremore Regional Airport is a City-owned, public access airport with an asphalt runway measuring 5,200’ x 75’. Amenities include 24-hour fuel and pilot access, courtesy cars, pilots’ lounge, and a conference room. Claremore Regional Airport is a foreign trade zone.
(918) 343-0931 I www.claremoreregionalairport.com
Tulsa International Airport is located 20bminutes from Claremore and includes major and regional airline services.
(918) 828-5000 I www.tulsaairports.com
Route 66 takes travelers directly through the heart of Claremore. Tourists across the world come to this historic area to travel the historic Mother Road. Claremore is also accessible from State Highways 20, 88, and 266, Will Rogers Turnpike, and Interstate 44.
Burlinton Northern Santa Fe
1 (800) 795-2673 I www.bnsf.com
(402) 544-5000 I www.up.com