Santa Rosa County Infrastructure

The infrastructure in Santa Rosa County enables goods to reach much of the United States and parts of Canada within a single day. Florida's largest east-west connector, Interstate 10, runs right through the region. I-10 joins various east-west and north-south highways, connecting Northwest Florida to neighboring states.

Companies also benefit from the proximity of a commercial airport (Pensacola International Airport), rail service, and three deep-water ports, two of which have foreign trade zone designations.



  • Interstate 10
  • State Highway 90
  • State Highway 98
  • Easy Access to Interstate 65

Average Annual Daily Traffic– Major Roadways

  • Gulf Breeze Parkway - 48,500
  • Milton US 90 East - 16,500
  • Navarre US 98 - 40,000
  • Pace US 90 West - 35,000

Source: Florida Dept of Transportation, West Florida Regional Planning Council, Metropolitan Planning Council and Santa Rosa County.


Wide range of trucking available


  • Freight (FGA - cargo volume 750-1000 cars per day)
  • Passenger Rail- Amtrak


Pensacola International Airport (20 miles) ( served by American, Delta, Silver Airways, United, and Southwest with a total of 66 flights per day.


Peter Prince Field is adjacent to Santa Rosa County Industrial Park. Peter Prince has a lighted 3700' hard surface runway and a GPS instrument approach. A GCO communications unit to facilitate instrument departures and arrivals, and a SuperUnicom automatically transmitting safety information (including visibility for instrument approaches) are now fully operational. 24 hour Self -Service fueling is available.


  • Port of Pensacola
  • Port of Panama City
  • Port of Mobile


  • Intracoastal Waterway
  • Escambia River
  • Blackwater River