America's Oldest Privately owned Ferry Route
101 East Strand
(End of Rt333)
5536 Bellevue Road
(End of Rt329)
The Oxford Bellevue Ferry, believed to be the nation's oldest privately operated ferry service, crosses the Tred Avon River between Oxford, Maryland and Bellevue, Maryland. Owned and operated by Tom and Judy Bixler- the ferry operates from the Spring to the Fall. The ferry is now CLOSED until the Spring.
The Ferry is closed until Oxford Day in April 2019.
Oxford is one of the oldest towns in America and has a long history in maritime activities.
Visit Oxford Maryland:
Captains Tom and Judy Bixler
Look forward to having you aboard!.
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7 Days a Week (Closed OCTOBER-APRIL)
Beginning in Oxford at 9:00 a.m.
Continuous Crossings Every 15 - 20 minutes
The Ferry IS CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 2019
Last Trip BEFORE Sunset*
*PLEASE Call (410) 745-9023 for Exact Time of last trip*
Call (410) 745-9023 For Updated Information
(2019 Season begins Oxford Day )
27456 Oxford Road
Oxford, Maryland 21654