No Public Parking at this time. Please park off-site and walk to the trails unless you have an official Rock Point Parking pass or a Displayed Disabled Parking Pass. We suggest parking at the following locations:
Handicap Parking: To access, please drive down Rock Point Road and turn left after bridge- crossing. Continuing driving down the path until you see signs for handicap parking.
HOURS: Dawn to dusk; no night-time hiking.
DOGS: ALL dogs must be properly leashed and with you at all times. This helps to protect the endangered species and vulnerable soil on our property, and also shows respect for other visitors who may not feel comfortable with dogs approaching them. Please clean up and dispose of waste.
LEAVE NO TRACE: Carry out what you carry in (no glass).
PRIVATE PROPERTY: Rock Point's trails are located on land that is privately owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont; please respect that some buildings and areas of the property are marked PRIVATE and are not open to the public.
STAY ON TRAILS: To protect endangered wildlife and keep trails maintained, stick to marked paths; no camping, boat launching, or hammocks.
RESPECT SIGNS & STAFF INSTRUCTIONS: Staff and volunteers may remind you of the property rules or ask you to respect specific instructions. Please adhere to these guidelines.
Restrictions on use of Rock Point Trails:
NO SWIMMING: Rock Point beaches and waterfront are not open for public swimming.
NO BICYCLES: Rock point is home to many rare plants and thin soil that erodes easily (the Burlington Bike Path can be accessed from our property but bikes must be left at kiosk)
NO PICKING, FORAGING, FEEDING, HUNTING: Please leave plants and wildlife alone.
NO DRUGS OR ALCOHOL, NO SMOKING
NO CAMPFIRES or CAMPING
ROCK CLIMBING is limited to those who have registered with CRAG (see below)