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On March 3, 1817, Boone County granted George Anderson a license to operate a ferry boat in Constance, Kentucky near the mouth of Dry Creek.

We’re celebrating more than 200 years of faithful service to the Ohio, Kentucky and the Indiana Tri-State area.  We would like to thank all of our customers and employees for helping us reach this historic milestone.  We look forward to continue serving the Tri-State region for many years to come.

Voyage through History

The Anderson Ferry has been transporting visitors and precious cargo across the mighty Ohio River for more than 200 years!

The original Ferry was powered by horses as they walked along…

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News and Updates

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Yay! Both big boats will be running for today’s rush hour. We have really appreciated your patience.2 weeks ago 4 10
We are now only operating the Boone No. 7 paddlewheel Ferry due to unavoidable circumstances. Mechanics are workin… https://t.co/pcrMLYREQD2 weeks ago 4 7
Just a head’s up, Route 20 in Kentucky will be closed for repairs for possibly as long as two months, starting June 4th.3 months ago 4 5



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