Rocky Hill Ferry
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The Rocky Hill Ferry is the nation's oldest continuously operating ferry service. It travels the Connecticut River from Rocky Hill to Glastonbury and back. The original ferry, just a small raft pushed across the river with the help of long poles, dates back to 1655. Privately operated for 260 years, it became a state facility in 1915 and is currently operated by the State Department of Transportation.
300 Meadow Rd, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
- Hours: Tue - Fri, 7am - 6:45pm; Sat, Sun, 10:30am - 5pm; Mon, closed