Lone Rock Point


Lone Rock Point is a stunning and distinctive limestone crag located less than a mile from Burlington, Vermont’s downtown. The Rock Point Property is a network of public paths on privately owned land. The Episcopal Diocese owns the land on which the trails are located, but the Lake Champlain Land Trust has partnered with them to make them public. Approximately 10,000 individuals visit Lone Rock Point each year. People venture there to exercise, find solitude, learn, play, sing, worship, and climb! Climbing is currently permitted on Lone Rock Point Cliff according to a special use agreement between CRAG-VT and the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont. Climbing info can be found at cragvt.org.

The hiking paths at Rock Point, a pleasant oasis in the center of Burlington, are accessible to visitors of all levels. Hiking Trails: https://www.rockpointvt.org/trails

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  • Address: 20 Rock Point Rd
  • Town: Burlington
  • State: Vermont
  • GPS: Lat 44.48823 Lng -73.24878
  • Parking notes: No Public Parking is available at Lone Rock Point. Visitors must park off-site and walk to the trails unless they have an official Rock Point Parking pass or a Displayed Disabled Parking Pass. Nearby public parking lots include: Leddy Beach , Institute Road , and North Beach. GoXplr recommends North Beach which charges a fee from May to October – $6 Resident/$8 Non-Resident for Day.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE

External Website: https://www.rockpointvt.org/



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