Allis State Park



284 Allis State Park Road, Randolph, VT 05060 Visit Website | 802-276-3175 |


Cost: Day use entrance fee, camping fees vary Parking: Yes

Allis State Park was established in 1928 as Vermont’s second developed state park. The park is named for Wallace Allis, who willed his Bear Mountain Farm to the State of Vermont to be developed as a campground and recreational area.

Park Amenities:

  • hiking
  • camping
  • firetower


  • Memorial Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend Open for day use: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM or Official Sunset


  • From the South: Take I-89 to Exit 4; Turn left onto VT 66 West and travel for 1.6 mi; turn right onto Windover Rd. and travel for .4 mi.; continue straight onto VT 12 North for 10 mi.; turn right onto VT 65 East (a gravel road) and for 1.3 mi.; turn right onto Allis State Park Rd. up the hill and continue .5 mi. to park. From the North: Take I-89 to Exit 5; turn right onto VT 64 West and continue for 2.7 mi.; turn left onto VT 12 South for 4.4 mi.; turn left onto VT 65 East (gravel road) for 1.3 mi.; turn right onto Allis State Park Rd. up the hill and continue .5 mi. to park.



2 reviews
  • June 18, 2014
    "Nice little park! Great for small hikes, although the fire tower is not my cup of tea.n"
    - Morganjacquescftc
  • June 13, 2011
    "This is a hidden gem. Technically located in Brookfield, Allis State Park is such a fun place! In the fall you can take a hike from the very bottom to the top, and be satisfied by climbing even higher up the fire tower. From up there you can see the whole world! It's a great place for hiking, picnics, and just letting kids run around. We usually always do the full walk bottom to top, and I would say that it's about 4 miles round trip. Up in those quiet woods you really can see what they call God's country the essence of what Vermont is. Beautiful, nature."
    - jacknoodle

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