MVSanpoil(Keller Ferry)

M/V Sanpoil.

Keller Ferry
 is a ferry crossing on Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake in the US state of Washington. The crossing connects the northern and southern segments of State Route 21, between The Colville Indian Reservation in Ferry County and Clark in Lincoln County. The ferry run has been in operation since the 1890s and under state control since 1930. During that time, five vessels have served the crossing, including the Martha S., which operated from 1948 to 2013, and the current ferry, the M/V Sanpoil.

The M/V Sanpoil is the only Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) owned and operated ferry in Eastern Washington; the others are on Puget Sound in Western Washington. This was the first ferry crossing operated by the state of Washington; the Puget Sound ferries did not commence until 1951.

Hours of operation are 6:00 a.m. to Midnight 7 days per week. The fare to ride is free. The northern dock has no services and has no official name, but is closest to the community of Keller. The southern dock is in Clark.

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