Port of Delcambre
What the Port of Delcambre is All About
The Twin Parish Port District (“the Port”) is the governing authority administering the Port of Delcambre. Together with the Town of Delcambre and many other partners, the Port is implementing a vision for Delcambre's future, a vision that seeks to revitalize the seafood industry devastated by two hurricanes, redevelop the Delcambre waterfront, and expand its industrial park.
Ongoing Port Projects and Revitalization Efforts for Commercial and Recreational Fishermen. Presently the Port is proceeding with the first phase of several projects being funded through various sources. Future projects and works are planned as part of an overall effort to stimulate economic development.
Below is a list of the features and components of current projects. The marina and industrial park are detailed on the pages of this website dedicated for those projects.
- New recreational boat launch with expanded parking
- Additional piers and docking for fishers
- Pavilion for seafood market
- Fishing and observation pier
- Marina and boat stalls for recreational vessel long term docking and storage
- Dockside facilities adjacent to the marina
- Motor vehicle parking at the marina
Port industrial facilities and layout. The Port regulates and maintains two public docks for parking of recreational and commercial vessels. There is presently one public boat launch located within the Town. The Port also owns 25 acres south of Delcambre on the Delcambre Canal and is the site of its industrial facilities. The Port also has memoranda of understanding from surrounding landowners to purchase 25 acres for expansion of its industrial park.