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The ride across the Willamette River on the Canby Ferry, while not the most exciting ride, it does give you a flavor of times gone by, when there were fewer bridges and more ferries. The Canby Ferry is one of the last Ferries operating in...More
Our grandson was not able to get around much since he was recovering from a surgery and since he was staying with us overnight we decided he needed to get out and go on an adventure. He is only 8 year one and had never...More
Website showed that this ferry was in operation, when we got there, a sign was posted and the gates were locked. 3 days later went to the website again and there it stated that it will be closed until September. Disappointing, sorry I had to...More
This ferry used to be the closest place for us to cross the Willamette before the I-5 bridge. It is maintained well, and during the winter is closed for service due to possible danger with high water. The fare is cheap and the ferry only...More
We took my father-in-law on an afternoon drive and crossed the river on this ferry. It is a cable guided, electric ferry and was a fun diversion for our family. The kids will love the experience of driving onto the ferry and crossing a river.
I love Ferries! As a young man we'd take the ferry from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Ludington, Michigan which takes a few hours so whenever I get a chance I take the Canby Ferry or the Buena Vista but most of the time the Wheatland Ferry....More