The Port of Monroe is a deep-draft commercial harbor with approximately 28,000 feet of maintained Federal channel.

Authorized depths are calculated from a low water datum and on average run a minimum of +48 inches, giving the Port of Monroe roughly 25 feet of draft at its 2,100-ft Riverfront Dock, and 22 feet of draft at its 1,500-ft Turning Basin Dock. The Port also includes 1,600 feet of private dock space, serving DTE Energy’s Monroe Powerplant.

Winter navigation at the Port of Monroe is made possible by support from United States Coast Guard Cutters and the Great Lakes Towing Company.