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The Millersburg Ferry Boat Association is happy to report our first day of operating for 2015 will be on Saturday, May 09, 2015.  We will open at 9:00 AM and close at dusk.  We will also be open for Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10, 2015; 9:00 AM - dusk.

Currently the Falcon is the only boat in the water.  We are hoping to have the Roaring Bull in the water on Sunday, May 10, 2015.  It will NOT be operational that day, as we will still have to put decking, benches and life jackets on board before we can accommodate guests.

It was a rough dry dock season for the Falcon and Bull.  They required extensive repairs to the tune of a little over $14,000.  We hope you enjoy visiting with us and riding on these historic treasures.  Our commitment to continuing operation is a labor of love and we appreciate your continued patronage.

Thank you for visiting our website.  New pictures will be added here soon to freshen up our information.



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Millersburg Ferry Boat Association
P.O.  Box 93
Millersburg, PA 17061

Email:  info@millersburgferry.org
(for fastest response, inquire via email)

Phone 717.692.2442

Fax 717.692.2291

                                                          

Nestled among the beautiful mountains of Central Pennsylvania is the historic town of Millersburg, home to the last known all wooden double stern-wheel paddle boats believed to be operating in this country.  The Millersburg Ferry Boat is the oldest transportation system in Pennsylvania.  Ride the ferry across the scenic mile wide Susquehanna River and relive a part of transportation history.

Our nomination to the prestigious National Registry of Historic Sites was approved by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission on June 13, 2006 and the National Park Service on August 2, 2006.  This means we have been recognized as having made a significant historic impact to not only the local area, but the state and nation as well.

The Roaring Bull V