Transportation Network

Wildwood Commerce Park benefits from a transportation network that includes direct access to interstates, proximity to major international, regional and general aviation airports, proximity to five major East Coast ports within ten hours’ drive, and an intermodal rail facility within two hours’ drive.


Wildwood offers ideal interstate access for distribution, logistics and/or manufacturing. The Park is located at Exit 19 of I-77, served by Coulson Church Road (VA Route 620). The south-bound exit is within one-half of a mile of the access road serving the Park, which provides ease of truck access to the site and travel time to a major highway corridors. The access road, Coulson Church Road and interstate overpass bridge between Wildwood and the interstate ramps have 80,000-pound weight limits.

Interstate 77 connects Columbia, South Carolina and Cleveland, Ohio with three other interstate connections within 75 miles of Wildwood:

  • I-81 is thirteen miles north on I-77
  • I-74 is twenty-four miles south on I-77, and
  • I-40 is seventy-five miles south on I-77.

Interstate 81 connects upstate New York/Canada and Knoxville, Tennessee.  Interstate 40 connects the east and west coasts of the United States.


Within a two-hour drive, Wildwood is positioned to provide ideal interstate access to/from Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT), which serves 39 million travelers annually, Roanoke Regional Airport (ROA), served by five passenger and nine air cargo carriers, and Twin County Airport (HLX), a 4,200-foot general aviation airport located within five minutes of Wildwood.

Water Ports

The Port of Virginia at Norfolk Virginia is within 350 miles east of Wildwood Commerce Park by interstate (six-hour drive) and offers 50-foot channels & berths and 22 Suez-class ship-to-shore cranes port-wide. In 2014, the Port handled 2.39 million Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) throughput. As the deepest port on the U.S. East Coast, the Port of Virginia accommodates the largest cargo vessels. Many of our local companies utilize the Port of Virginia for their import and exports needs.