Hatton Ferry

Take a ride on Hatton Ferry, the last pole ferry, across the James River, home to the early English settlers. Learn about the past 140 years of history. It’s a unique opportunity to experience times past; ferries have served Albemarle and Buckingham Counties since the mid-eighteenth century, and provided a means by which European settlers could communicate with other settlers and establish commercial ventures. Visitors may ride the ferry across the James River, if water levels permit, $5 per person and $10 per vehicle.

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Hatton Ferry

Take a ride on Hatton Ferry, the last pole ferry, across the James River, home to the early English settlers. Learn about the past 140 years of history. It’s a unique opportunity to experience times past; ferries have served Albemarle and Buckingham Counties since the mid-eighteenth century, and provided a means by which European settlers could communicate with other settlers and establish commercial ventures. Visitors may ride the ferry across the James River, if water levels permit, $5 per person and $10 per vehicle.

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Hatton Ferry

Take a ride on Hatton Ferry, the last pole ferry, across the James River, home to the early English settlers. Learn about the past 140 years of history. It’s a unique opportunity to experience times past; ferries have served Albemarle and Buckingham Counties since the mid-eighteenth century, and provided a means by which European settlers could communicate with other settlers and establish commercial ventures. Visitors may ride the ferry across the James River, if water levels permit, $5 per person and $10 per vehicle.

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Hatton Ferry

Take a ride on Hatton Ferry, the last pole ferry, across the James River, home to the early English settlers. Learn about the past 140 years of history. It’s a unique opportunity to experience times past; ferries have served Albemarle and Buckingham Counties since the mid-eighteenth century, and provided a means by which European settlers could communicate with other settlers and establish commercial ventures. Visitors may ride the ferry across the James River, if water levels permit, $5 per person and $10 per vehicle.

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