Located on the beautiful Dickinson Bayou, a pathway to Galveston Bay, Dickinson is a prime geographic location, situated halfway between Houston and Galveston on Interstate 45 and with easy access to numerous other major thoroughfares and methods of transpiration.
The Port of Texas City is 3 miles (11 minutes drive time) from the city and is the 8th largest port of 153 ports in the United States and the 3rd largest in Texas with water borne tonnage exceeding 78 million net tons.
The Port of Galveston is 23 miles (32 minutes drive time) from the city with 850 acres of port facilities. It is located on the Gulf Intra-coastal Waterway, on the north side of Galveston Island. The port has facilities to handle all types of cargo and also serves as a passenger cruise ship terminal for cruise ships operating in the Caribbean.
The following airports are listed in order of closest proximity to Dickinson:
Clover Field Airport (LVJ): 18 miles away with a 21 minute drive
Ellington Field (EFD): 20 miles away with a 25 minute drive
Baytown Airport (HPY): 28 miles away with a 37 minute drive
P. Hobby Airport (HOU): 21 miles away with a 22 minute drive
Houston Southwest Airport (AXH): 37 miles away with a 48 minute drive
Scholes International Airport (GLS): 22 miles away with a 32 minute drive
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH): 49 miles away with a 1 hour drive
Located on Interstate 45, Dickinson provides easy access to all major roadways in southeast Texas.