The Port of Wilma is the largest and busiest of the Port of Whitman County’s on-water port sites. It is noted for its diverse tenant base and heavy industrial character. The Port is a crucial transportation hub for agricultural chemicals, wood products, grain and other commodities to a market ranging from the Tri-Cities in Central Washington State, to the ports of Portland, Seattle, and the international markets beyond. Approximately 10 to 12 million bushels of wheat pass through the Port each year.
The site is comprised of about 280 acres of developed industrial property and 76 acres of undeveloped property. About 230 acres of the developed acreage are divided into 24 lots and one public port site with about 15 acres. Utilities are available, as are several points of access via Camas Prairie Railroad, a Port-owned spur line, a county road and the public port area with docks and dolphins.
Did you know? The Port of Wilma was named for a little girl named Wilma who used to wave at the trains passing the port site.
The Port of Wilma is located directly across the Snake River from historic Lewiston, ID, and Clarkston, WA.
Only the Ports of Clarkston (Washington) and Lewiston (Idaho) are further upriver than the Port of Wilma.
The Port of Wilma is home to varied industries.
Urban Wood Recyclers
AAA Tree Service
Sundial Marine Tug and Barge Works
LC Lawn & Landscape