Getting to Camp Kiniya
Here are some helpful tips when traveling to our Campus in Colchester, VT!
From I-89, take exit 17 for Lake Champlain Islands. Make a right off of the exit ramp onto Route 2, West toward South Hero. Less than 2 miles down, is Clay Point Road. Use the turning lane to turn left onto Clay Point Road. Take the first right onto Camp Kiniya Road. Follow this road until the end — Kiniya’s main entrance is on the left at the end of the road.
From Plattsbugh, take I-87 North to exit 39, and follow signs for the Cumberland Head Ferry, which runs 24/7 at a cost of approximately $15 per trip. Follow Route 314 to the ferry and take it across Lake Champlain. When you arrive in Vermont, follow signs to Route 2 east toward Burlington. Take Route 2 for about 7 miles, through the town of South Hero and over the sandbar causeway. After the causeway, take the second right onto Clay Point Road. Take the first right onto Camp Kiniya Road. Follow this road until the end — Kiniya’s main entrance is on the left at the end of the road.
Greyhound Bus service is available from Port Authority in New York City to Burlington, VT. We can arrange to pick up your daughter once you have provided her itinerary.
by Plane to Burlington International Airport
Kiniya will arrange ground transportation from the Burlington Airport to Camp. you must complete the travel information form in your online account with your daughter’s flight information. We will have a staff member waiting for your daughter at the Airport.
Your daughter’s flight should be scheduled to arrive at the Burlington Airport on opening day of her session. We prefer that your daughter arrives before 1 PM. There may be some cases when campers need to arrive later in the day. Please let the office know (in advance) of any arrivals after 3 PM.
Return flight: Your daughter’s return flight on the last day of her session must be scheduled between 8am- 3pm. Please, do not schedule a flight after 3pm, since transportation to the airport cannot be arranged.
For All Girls Under the Age of 12 Traveling by Plane
Most airlines consider girls under the age of 12 to be “an unaccompanied minor.” Check with your airline to ensure that all necessary paperwork is completed and in the child’s possession when she flies. She will need these papers on both her outbound and return flights. We cannot be responsible for this required paperwork – it can only be completed by parents or guardians.
If you are interested in coordinating group transportation for girls in your area either by public conveyance or by charter, contact the Camp Office. We can assist you by providing contact information for other campers in the vicinity. If you have any questions call the Camp Office at 802-893-7850 or the Westport Office at 518-962-4720.