The Tell City River Port (TCRP) is situated along the Ohio River at mile marker 727. A convenient location to receive barge traffic from the headwaters of the Ohio as well as the Great Lakes and Gulf of Mexico Ports The Port is served by American Commercial, Celtic Barge, Cooper Consolidated, and Ingram Barge Lines.

Tell City River Port specializes in the handling and storage of bulk material such as pig iron, coke, coal and woodchips offloaded from river barges. The property is owned by the City of Tell City, Indiana and is operated by the Perry County Port Authority. The port area is comprised of nearly 38 acres with 3300 feet of Ohio River frontage and has nearly 75,000 square feet of concrete/asphalt pad for the storage of materials not requiring inside storage. Land within the port is available to install additional asphalt pad. Available on the port property are two buildings providing for over 46,000 square feet that are suitable for the storage of bulk materials.

The Port covers an additional 3500 feet of river frontage that is not yet developed.

The Tell City River Port is served by the Hoosier Southern Railroad, which is also operated by the Perry County Port Authority. Whether a customer decides to move their product by rail or truck, the port can easily handle those trans loading requirements. On site weighing services are available for our customers whether they ship by rail or by truck.