Childers Road

The Port of Orange mission style building was built in 1913 and  was the site of the H. J. Lutcher & G.B. Moore Lumber Company that was relocated from Pennsylvania in 1877.  Over the next several decades they built a timber empire with vast holdings in Texas and Louisiana and an extensive network of sawmills, railroads, warehouses, canals, dock facilities and transport ships.    The Lumbermill ceased operations in the early 1930th.  The Port of Orange building is listed as a historical site with the Texas Historical Commission.  The building is always available for tours during normal business hours.

Border Street

The Port of Orange Border Street property has multiple warehouses available for all your storage needs as well as water front property.  All sites have water, electricity and gas available.


Pier Road

Pier Road is a waterfront multi-industrial site located on the Sabine River in Orange, Texas. This site is less than 2 miles from the IH-10 Corridor and 3.5 miles from the Intracoastal Waterway. The terminal has a 17,653 sq.ft. office building as well as warehouse space ranging from 4,000 to 6,000 sq.ft. Additionally, there is a 400ft x 25ft concrete lighted pier with water and 800 amp shore power connection.

About The Port

The Port of Orange became a deep-water port, open to the Gulf of Mexico and the world's oceans in 1916 when a 25-foot channel through Sabine Lake, past Sabine Pass, and out to the Gulf of Mexico was completed.

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Port Services

The Port of Orange On-Site Marine Services includes shipyards that can accomodate New Construction and Repairs of tugs, Barges and Offshore Petroleum Drilling Platforms along with Dry Dock Services for Barges and Tugs.

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Public Notices

The public notices for Port of Orange are included on this website. We will notify you of public meetings, meeting agendas and more.

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