Lyndon State College is located in Vermont’s beautiful Northeast Kingdom, on a plateau which affords a spectacular view of Burke Mountain and the Passumpsic Valley. Within an hour’s drive from the campus are many other scenic attractions, such as Lake Willoughby and Mount Washington with its world-famous cog railway. Participants and staff are housed in private rooms in modern dormitories which contain lounges suitable for ensemble playing. Several of the lounges are equipped with pianos. Meals are served cafeteria style in the college’s modern dining hall. The college library and athletic facilities are open to all participants. Tennis courts and an all-weather swimming pool are available on campus. The wooded area surrounding the campus offers trails for leisurely hikes. Public beaches, riding academies, and a golf course are within easy driving distance.
Lyndonville is located on Interstate 91, nine miles north of St. Johnsbury. Airline service is available to Burlington, VT, and Lebanon, NH. Rental cars are available at both airports. VMAC does not provide limousine service. There is direct bus service from Boston to Littleton, NH, and train service from New York City to Montpelier, VT. Arrangements can be made to meet your bus or train if absolutely necessary.
View map of Lyndonville/Lyndon State College - zoom in or out, get directions, see a diagram of the "Stonehenge" dormitories with the buildings named. And why are they called Stonehedge? On the right are summer and winter views of Crevecoeur and Whitelaw from inside the circle of dorms:" Goes Here
View of Lyndonville
Balloons pass by,
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Crevecoeur and Whitelaw
Whitelaw in Winter