FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

App

How do I download the app?

Depending on the device the app is operating on:
iOS
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/riverlink-ferry/id1230691070?ls=1&mt=8

Android
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ttpapps.rlf

Or, you may search online for it. For iPhones and iPads go to the App Store - or for Android devices go to Google Play app store - and search for “RiverLink Ferry.”

What if the app is unresponsive?

Try logging out and closing the app, then open the app and log back in. If unsuccessful, try powering your device off and then back on.

If I get a new phone, can I transfer my tickets?

If you get a new phone, reinstall the app and log in to your account. All information and ticket purchases will remain in the app.

Ferry Schedule

What is the RiverLink Ferry Schedule?

The RiverLink Ferry schedule can be found online. Click the SCHEDULE link in the navigation bar to access current schedules.

Why don't you have more than one ferry?

DRWC lacks suitable infrastructure to house a second ferry.

Will the RiverLink Ferry be running in September?

Yes, the Ferry will be running on a limited schedule, with service on weekends and during concerts at the BB&T Pavilion.

Concert & Event Schedules

Does the RiverLink Ferry run longer during concert nights?

Yes, the RiverLink Ferry runs on an extended schedule for all concertgoers at the BB&T Pavilion (formerly Susquehanna Bank Center).

What does extended schedule for concerts mean?

As opposed to leaving every hour, the ferry will run as quickly as it can when the demand is there by concertgoers. The ferry fits approximately 520 people, so loading and unloading passengers can be time consuming. An extended schedule means that the Ferry can make approximately 2 round trips per hour.

Does the RiverLink Ferry run after the show is over?

Yes, the RiverLink Ferry continues running until 30 minutes after the concert.

Please note that the lines will be long when a concert is over, and the ferry may have to make multiple trips to accommodate all riders.

Dock in Camden

Where does the RiverLink Ferry dock in Camden?

The Ferry docks next to the Adventure Aquarium, and is an 8-minute walk to the BB&T Pavilion.

Will I be left in Camden?

No, the Ferry will not strand passengers who are in line.

ADA Accessibility

Is the RiverLink Ferry ADA accessible?

Yes, the RiverLink Ferry, docks, and ramps are all ADA accessible.

On Board the Ferry

Can I bring my bicycle on the Ferry?

Yes.

Is there a public bathroom on the Ferry?

Yes.

Can I bring coolers and chairs on the RiverLink Ferry?

Yes, you can bring coolers and chairs onto the Ferry. However, no alcohol may be consumed onboard.

Please note: All items are subject to inspection before boarding.

Parking

Where can I park to catch the RiverLink Ferry?

Multiple parking lots and some street parking is available on both sides of the river. Click here to learn more.

Tickets

How much is a round trip ticket?

$9 per adult, $7 senior, and $7 children (ages 3-12) tickets are available. Children 2 and under ride for free.

Can I buy my tickets online? Am I buying tickets for a certain departure time?

Yes, you can buy tickets online or at the ticket booth. All tickets are general admission and can be used at any point.. Click BUY TICKETS in the navigation bar to buy them online.

Other Questions

I have other questions about the Ferry, who can I talk to?

Please email us at info@drwc.org and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

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