Addison County is located on the western side of Vermont bordering the southern end of Lake Champlain. Middlebury is the approximate geographical center of Addison County. Approximate distances to reach us:
- Burlington: 34 miles to the north
- Rutland: 35 miles to the south
- Boston: 200 miles
- Albany: 125 miles
- New York City: 265 miles
- Manchester, NH: 150 miles
- Montreal Canada: 132 miles
Highway travel to any of these points is easy via routes 7‚ 17‚ 22A‚ 30‚ 116 73 74 and 125.
Tri-Valley Transit (Formerly ACTR) : Provides local bus service within Addison County and door to door Dial-A-Ride service for vulnerable populations who cannot access the buses. Connecting bus services allow passengers to reach both Burlington and Rutland.
GOGO Charters: From Vermont to Manhattan, private bus rentals are available to destination in New York State.
AMTRAK Passenger Train: Ethan Allen Express, Vermonter, and Adirondack services connect Vermont to New England, New York and beyond.
Burlington International Airport: Vermont’s only international airport with commercial flights, and charter and private aircraft from both the U.S. and Canada.
Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Middlebury State Airport: A small community airport, for private planes only, is located 3 miles southeast of Middlebury.
Fort Ticonderoga Ferry: A seasonal scenic, historic shortcut across Lake Champlain. It provides continuous six-minute trips between Shoreham, Vermont and Ticonderoga, New York.
Lake Champlain Transportation Company Ferries: From Grand Isle, VT to Plattsburgh, NY; Burlington, VT to Port Kent, NY; and Charlotte, Vermont to Essex, New York.