Oxford-Bellevue Ferry

America's oldest privately owned ferry, established 1683. Crosses scenic Tred Avon River between Oxford and St. Michaels area. Ferry carries nine cars, motorcycles, bicycles, passengers. Two locations for boarding: Oxford and Bellevue, MD. Part of Maryland's 2020 Year of the Woman.


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101 East Strand (end of MD Rt 333)
Oxford, MD
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  • ADA Accessible
  • Admission/Tickets Required
Rated 5 by Robert M

May 24, 2021

Robert M

Most recommended (unsolicited) excursion by everyone in Easton

A friend of mine suggested we take the Ferry ride from Oxford to Bellevue then hit St Michaels. We'd never done that trip and decided to try it. Funny thing, everyone that we met in Easton...

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Rated 5 by Jeffrey D

May 06, 2021

Jeffrey D

A fun ride back in time

We were just out exploring on a rainy Wednesday morning and came upon this ferry. At 9 am, we were the first riders of the day. For $15 we got on board. A short 10 minute ride across the bay...

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Rated 5 by dragonchef922

September 14, 2020


Ferry is quick and easy.

The ferry is a fun, quick and easy way to get between St. Michaels and Oxford. But take your car. Those going from Oxford to St. Michaels will love the easy access to all of the shops, dining and...

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