The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is the largest, most inland, ice free river port in the U.S. It is head of navigation for the 445 mile long McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. With worldwide access capabilities, the Port has ten waterfront cargo handling terminals served by barge, rail and truck. Two important features include 720’ long general dry cargo dock with 200 ton overhead traveling crane and over a mile of railroad track within the three acres of concrete wharf area. Along with the only roll-on-roll-off-low-water wharf capable of transferring loads in excess of 600 tons on the MKARNS.