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Russell Island Ferry

An auto Ferry to Russell Island, Clay Township
The Ferry Dock in Algonac
The Ferry Dock in Algonac

The Russell Island Ferry shares a Dock with the Walpole Island Ferry.

Russell Island is a small, private island on the St. Clair River in the state of Michigan. The island is located between Algonac and Walpole Island, in Ontario, Canada, and is due north of Harsens Island. It is considered the northernmost extension and includes two smaller islands: Anderson Island on the Northwest, and "The Gold Coast" on the Southwest. The island is accessible only by the Russell Island Ferry or by private watercraft and is home to about 125 cottages.

The Russell Island Ferry is private and not available to the general public.

Russell Island is part of Clay Township in St. Clair County, Michigan.

GPS Coordinates:
42.6186125292055, -82.5302195549011
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