Allis State Park
Allis State Park is a campground located in Randolph. Allis State Park was developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1932. A small wooded campground with private sites, hilltop picnic area with large log shelter, and observation tower providing 360 degree views of central Vermont. Ideal for campers who want to escape to a quiet, secluded setting. 18 campsites, 9 leantos; flush toilets, showers ($); shelter; hiking trail; trailer sanitary station. Located off VT Route 65; accessible by VT Routes 12 or 14.
Nearby restaurants include Ariel's Restaurant.
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