Richford border station
The Richford – Abercorn border crossing is a relatively busy port compared to other rural ports in Vermont. It connects the towns of Richford, Vermont and Abercorn, Quebec. Based on the data gathered by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, around 367 vehicles passed through this port each day in 2015.
Hours of Operations & Wait Times in Richford Abercorn
The US port of entry is open to all vehicles 24/7. The Canadian port of entry is also open to passenger vehicles 24/7. Commercial vehicles, however, can only enter Canada through this crossing from 8 am to 5 pm daily, except on holidays. Travelers can check current wait times by downloading the CanBorder app and the CBP Border Wait Times app (Google Play or iTunes).
Weather, Traffic & Road Conditions
Traffic can get slightly heavy during the summer months when more vehicles use this port. During winter, the number of vehicles passing through lower considerably. Travelers can check the New England 511 website to find out the state of traffic and roads on the highways of Vermont. They can also follow the Twitter account @511VT to get the same updates.
Visitors to Quebec can use the Quebec 511 program to get traffic and road conditions reports in the province. Travelers can access the information by calling 511 or 1-888-355-0511, downloading the program’s mobile app, or following the Twitter account @Qc511_Mtl.
Contact & Directions for Your Trip
To learn more about the Richford – Abercorn border crossing, travelers can contact the US or Canadian customs officials at this location using the phone numbers below. To reach this port of entry, travelers can use the map and directions provided below.
Find Directions to the Border Crossing on the Map
Address & Phone Numbers
- U.S.: 705 Province Street, Richford, VT 05476
- US Customs: (802) 848-7786
- Canada: 549 Route 139, Abercorn QC J0E 1B0
- Canadian Customs: (514) 538-2334
Things to Know About the Richford – Abercorn Border Crossing:
- Several structures and buildings in Richford, Vermont are included on the National Register of Historic Places such as the Richford Primary School, the F.W. Wheeler House, the Sheldon Boright House, and the Downtown Richford Historic District.
- Visitors to Richford can access the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail that people can walk, bike, ski, and ride a snowmobile on.
Links of Interest