Kill Kare State Park

Kamp Kill Kare State Park is named after a summer camp for boys that was located on the property.  The park was purchased by the state in 1967 for servicing Burton Island State Park.  The public started discovering Kamp Kill Kare State Park in the mid-1970s, and it has since become a popular spot for swimming and boating.  The park is also home to the Rocky Point House Museum.

 

Directions

From the South: Take I-89 North.  Take exit 19 and merge onto St. Albans State Hwy.  Take a right on South Main St and follow this road for about half a mile and then take a left on VT 36 (Lake St.).  Follow this for approximately 3 miles and then take a right to remain on VT 36.  After crossing the bridge, take your first left onto Hathaway Point Rd.  This road will end at the entrance to Kamp Kill Kare.

From the North: Take I-89 South.  Take exit 20 and turn right onto VT 207.  Turn left to remain onto US Route 7  S and follow this for about 2 miles.  Turn right onto VT 36 (Lake St.).  Follow this for approximately 3 miles and then take a right to remain on VT 36.  After crossing the bridge, take your first left onto Hathaway Point Rd.  This road will end at the entrance to Kamp Kill Kare.


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For more information, visit the Vermont State Parks website.