Why is the Port Kent ferry closed?

Why is the Port Kent ferry closed?

Announcement March 31, 2021 The Burlington, VT – Port Kent, NY crossing will be closed for the 2021 season due to COVID. We will reevaluate spring of 2022.

How much is the Burlington ferry?

Burlington / Port Kent Crossing Rates

Cost Each Way
Adult Passenger $8.00 per person
Child (6-12) $3.10 per person
Child (under 6) FREE
Motorcycle & Driver $10.00

How long is the ferry ride from Plattsburgh to Burlington?

about a 20 minute
The Plattsburgh to Burlington ferry was about a 20 minute ride.

Is there a car ferry across Lake Champlain?

Daily, seasonal ferry service for passengers and motor vehicles. The ferry provides 7-minute daytime crossings on Lake Champlain between Ticonderoga, New York, and Shoreham, Vermont, connecting the Lake George and Adirondack regions of New York with the Middlebury and Central Green Mountain areas of Vermont.

How long is the ferry from Burlington to Port Kent?

The Burlington, VT – Port Kent, NY ferry crossing is our central crossing offering beautiful views of the mountains and lake. Crossing time is approximately 1 hour; 10 miles across. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and tropical cocktails from one of the best locations on the waterfront to see the sunset.

How long is the ferry from Port Kent to Lake Champlain?

You can take your car across if you’re going somewhere beyond Port Kent. The trip, a marvelous way to get to know Lake Champlain, takes about one hour each way.

Where does the bike ferry start in Burlington?

The Trail starts south of downtown Burlington in Oakledge Park and parallels the lakeshore past nature reserves and across the Colchester Causeway via the Bike Ferry.

Where is the ferry dock in Burlington VT?

The dock is in walking distance to the many shops on Church Street, hotels, restaurants, and the Burlington waterfront. Our Burlington dock is also the home of our Ferry Dock Marina, which offers seasonal dockage, transient slips, hourly dockage, gas/diesel, pump outs, and ice.