The status for all Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure ferry crossings are given below. The Riverhurst ferry operates 24 hours; it leaves the west shore on the 1/2 hour and the east shore on the hour. All ferries except the Wollaston Lake Barge are FREE.
Ice thickness at closed ferry crossings is NOT monitored by the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure. Driving across the ice at a closed ferry crossing is extremely dangerous and not recommended. Any person using a closed ferry crossing uses it at his or her own risk.
|Ferry||Status||Weight Restriction||Last Update|
|Riverhurst Ferry||open for normal operations||-||2017-04-26 15:17|
|Lemsford Ferry||open for normal operations||10000 kg||2017-04-14 08:23|
|Lancer Ferry||open for normal operations||10000 kg||2017-05-19 08:39|
|Estuary Ferry||light loads only||5000 kg||2017-05-10 15:30|
|Clarkboro Ferry||open for normal operations||31000 kg||2017-04-26 09:04|
|St. Laurent Ferry||open for normal operations||31500 kg||2017-05-01 08:24|
|Hague Ferry||open for normal operations||18500 kg||2017-04-24 15:08|
|Wingard Ferry||open for normal operations||-||2017-05-18 15:46|
|Paynton Ferry||open for normal operations||30000 kg||2017-05-12 15:16|
|Cecil Ferry||open for normal operations||-||2017-05-02 15:17|
|Weldon Ferry||open for normal operations||-||2017-04-27 15:33|
|Fenton Ferry||open for normal operations||-||2017-05-03 15:36|
|Wollaston Lake Barge||closed for season||-||2017-04-03 09:22|