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The RiverLink Ferry System provides cross River transportation between the Camden and Philadelphia Waterfronts. It provides daily transportation for visits to local attractions and all major waterfront festivals and events. The RiverLink Ferry...more
We visited the aquarium on the NJ side. Took the train from Philly and returned by ferry. Unfortunately, they only allow a round trip ticket purchase, so we had to pay $9.00 each for a one way ride. They should fix that. About a 20...More
We rode over to NJ for a little change of scenery on our Philly trip. We had a nice conversation with a local couple on the way over. Nice 45 min excursion takes us up the river a quarter mile, then turns back toward the...More
I just wanted to get to NJ to say I’ve been and the ferry took me to Camden, NJ for a cheap fare. The USS NJ ship is there and an Aquarium and Rutgers U. The boat did the job! Some good views of the...More
9$ for 45 minute round trip. You can get off in New Jersey or stay on for a full trip. They go up to the Ben Franklin bridge and down the USS New Jersey for some great photo opportunities. Boats are clean and have vending...More
Great way to cross the Deleware from Camden Waterfront to Penns Landing and vica versa. $7 rtn for Seniors and $9 Adult,
Parking at aquarium is $10 and appears safe.
Only critisms would be schedule and why oh why do we have to have loud...More
We took the RiverLink Ferry to Camden on June 17th for a concert at BB&T. Nice relaxing ride to and from. $11 round trip per person. Safe, clean ferry with friendly staff. Wound definitely take the ferry again.
Very nice ride from Camden to Penn's Landing for the Tall Ships event a few weeks ago. Be aware that prices are raised during "event times" ($11 instead of the usual $9) Staff was very professional and polite.
Depends on the tides and the amount of traffic on the river. For us it took around 20 minutes. It's not a straight shot across the river. When we came from Philly, they went up the river a ways before turning back downriver... More
Depends on the tides and the amount of traffic on the river. For us it took around 20 minutes. It's not a straight shot across the river. When we came from Philly, they went up the river a ways before turning back downriver to the terminal in Camden.