Oxford-Bellevue Ferry

Description

Grab the bicycles and head out on a trip across the beautiful Tred Avon River to Oxford, a vintage colonial seaport. Only a seven-mile pedal from St. Michaels, the boat between Oxford and Bellevue is considered the oldest continuously operating privately-owned ferry in the U.S. The boat ride takes about 20 minutes. In Oxford, cruise the waterfront and stop for beer and crabs at The Masthead at the Pier Street Marina. The ferry leaves every 20 minutes. Bicycle fare is $4, or $6 round trip. A car and driver costs $10 one way, with an extra dollar tacked on for each passenger. The ferry runs every day in the summer from 9 AM to 8:30 PM. During the rest of the season (which lasts from late March until the end of November), it runs from 9 AM to sunset daily. For further information, call 410-745-9023.

Address

27456 Oxford Rd
Oxford, MD 21654

Lat/Long

38.69290100, -76.17446400
Visit Website
(410) 745-9023

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