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This ferry is a great piece of Texas history and the short trip is fun. The line is usually long, so don't take this if you're in a rush. However, the history around this route is amazing. This spot played a huge role in Texas gaining independence from Mexico. So, take your time, read the historic markers while you wait,... 更多
It's the only way to get to the battle grounds with out going down 225. You get to see all sorts ocean going ships using the channel and barges. They have a park next to the ferry landing on the south shore and right down the street is the uss Texas battleship
I drive down to the ferry on a regular basis. The crew is friendly reassuring when I'm the first or last one aboard. Its free to take the ferry and its a nice little break in the monotony.
This ferry is small but it gets you from point a to point b. If you have a phobia of water I advise not to ride. Like I said it's small but it's not run down. They only run one for it's not very far across from side to side. We enjoyed the ride.
If you have never been on the Lynchburg ferry, you should do it. Then eat at the Monument Inn then go to the San Jacinto Monument or the battleship Texas. It is a small ferry and you get to see a working waterway (Houston ship channel).