Port of Grays Harbor

Marine Terminals

PNW Coastal Freight Corridor

The Port's terminals are supported by large, paved, secured cargo yards, the Port's own on-dock rail system, and more than 104,000 square feet (9,661 square meters) of on-dock covered storage. The marine terminal rail system includes more than 50,000 ft. of rail looping through the marina terminal complex.

Terminal 4

Two ships at terminal 4

The Port’s largest marine terminal, Terminal 4, is a 1400 ft. long berth capable of handling two vessels. Equipped with dockside warehousing, paved uplands, and on-dock rail service, T4 serves as the primary Ro/Ro and breakbulk cargo terminal.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3

Only an hour and half from open sea, Terminal 3 is a 150 acre marine industrial site with a deep water terminal and on-site rail.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2

Served by a rail loop, Terminal 2 is a state-of-the-art dry and liquid bulk facility.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is a barge and liquid loading facility, with adjacent uplands storage area. It provides liquid bulk commodity shipping access to port customers Renewable Energy Group (REG) and Westway Terminal Company.

PGH Terminals.

Port Services & Tariffs

Pilotage and Ship Assist

Experienced pilots expertly guide vessels to berth through the Grays Harbor Navigation Channel. Ship assist is contracted directly through the Port and is provided by:
Brusco Tug & Barge
(360) 431-5142.


Line handling and Stevedoring services are available from:

  • Jones Stevedoring (360) 533-2561
  • Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals, LP (360) 532-8176
  • Stevedoring Services of America (360) 532-4650


U.S. Customs services are handled by the Grays Harbor Officer:

  • Office: (360) 532-2030
  • Cell: (360) 310-0153
Map of terminals in Grays Harbor.

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