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Live Webcam at the Drummond Island Ferry


More info: Drummond Island lies at the northern end of Lake Huron and covering an area of 136 square miles, it is the largest island in the Great Lakes. The diverse topography of the island ranges from Cedar swamps to rock ledges, prairie meadows to groves of hardwoods and rocky shores to sandy beaches.

The Drummond Island Ferry operating out of DeTour Village, holds up to 36 cars and crosses the river hourly. The ferry runs all year round, closing only temporarily with occasional high winds and heavy ice. The short crossing across the St. Mary River takes 10 to 15 minutes.

The Drummond Island Ferry is operated by the Eastern Upper Peninsula Transportation Authority who also operate the Sugar and Neebish Island Ferries.