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Location & Transportation

Cameron is located in the heart of the Texas Triangle, with access to major Texas markets via major roadways, rail, air, and water. Whether you need to move goods across the state, the country, or globally, Cameron’s central location gives businesses a leading advantage.

Exceptional Transportation Infrastructure

Two major highways intersect in Cameron, US 77 and US 190. US 77 is a popular alternate north/south route to IH 35, and also provides direct access to the busy interstate. Roadways in Cameron are well-maintained to ensure smooth, safe transport.

  • US Highway 77 (north/south)

  • US 190 / State Highway 36 (east/west)

  • IH-35 38 miles northwest of Cameron

Air and Cargo Services

Rail

The Burlington Northern/Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific traverse Milam County, with a piggyback ramp and interchange point. BNSF provides service to both Livestock Nutrition Center and Charlotte Pipe via a tail track to the Cameron Industrial Park.  

Cameron Municipal Airpark

As an asset of the city, the Cameron Municipal is well-maintained and features a 3,200 ft runway, Jet-A and AvGas self-service pumps, pilots’ lounge. The airport also has hangers and storage units with electricity and land for aviation-based businesses. Cameron Municipal Airpark is home to Tailwheel Training Center, Texas Barnstormers Tours and the Morgan Military Aviation Museum.

Regional and International Air

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport offers air travel, including nonstop flights across Texas, the US, and the world, along with cargo services, including a new $23.3 million, 90,000 square-foot cargo facility. The area’s regional airport, Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport, is located in Temple and has two asphalt runways. 

  • 40 Minutes to Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport

  • 82 Minutes to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

AUS Cargo Facility Article

Deep-Water Texas Ports 

Two international deep-water seaports are easily accessible from Cameron, facilitating the global distribution of goods. The Port of Houston is one of the world’s largest ports on the Gulf Coast and the nation’s largest port for waterborne tonnage. An hour from Houston, the Port of Freeport is one of the fastest growing and most accessible ports in Texas. Both ports are vital to the Texas and US economies. 

  • 167 Miles Port Houston

  • 179 Miles Port Freeport