Allis State Park

State Park

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284 Allis State Park Rd.
Randolph, VT 05060
802-276-3175
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GPS: 44.0474, -72.6349

Last Price Paid: $20
Number of Sites: 18
Elevation: 1965 ft
Tent Camping: Yes
Thumb airstream 3
Lathe11
MA
22 Airstream Sport
2 reviews
Nightly rate: $20
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 2

Lathe11 would stay here again

“Relaxing Memorial Day weekend”

Reviewed May 30, 2017

Overall Rating

The muddy, steep access road made me a little nervous but we were able to get up it no problem. Check in was a breeze. Our site, #2, was close to the front entrance if taking the loop road to the left but we were advised to travel the loop road all the way around. This was a friendly tip as it was much easier to back-in due to the way the site was positioned. This is a small state park with 18 tent/rv sites and 8 lean-to sites. My advice would be to check the description and the photos of the sites before picking one. Each site comes with a fire pit with grill grate, a free standing grill, and a picnic table. I was very happy with #2. It was fairly private. It was very large, providing ample space to spread out and enjoy the beautiful Vermont woods. Like all Vermont state parks, there are no hook-ups but there is a dump station. The dump station is located near the front gate but on the opposite side of most campers/rvs waste valves. We had to go down to the bottom of the access road to turn around and come back up. I am assuming the two rigs in front of us did the same thing. It worked out just fine!
The location is pretty central which made our day trip excursions easy to get to. We stopped in Quechee on the way to see the Gorge, wander around the antique mall, and sample some original Vermont spirits at the distillery. We drove up to Camel's hump state park, a little over an hour, to hike which provides some phenomenal views of the green mountain state from Camel's hump summit. We also made a day trip out to Middlebury to walk around and check out a craft brewery.
The campground was very quiet once quiet hours started. There is a group campsite and large picnic pavilion up a separate access road off the loop road that brought in large groups but everything died down once it got dark. There's a nice nature trail and fire tower providing some nice views on a clear day also.

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Hookups:
  • dry camping
Recreation:
  • horseshoes
  • picnic area
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities:
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
Facilities:
  • dump station
  • firewood
  • group sites
  • recycle
  • restrooms: flush
  • showers
  • trash
  • water available
Pets:
  • pets

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