Description: From their Website: "Allis
State Park is named after Wallace Allis who willed his Bear
Mountain Farm to the state of Vermont to be developed as a campground
and recreational area. It is located on the summit of Bear Mountain.
There is a fire tower located at the picnic area from which
there are excellent views of central Vermont. On a clear day,
Killington, Pico, and Ascutney peaks are visible to the south;
Camel's Hump and Mt. Mansfield to the north; Abraham, Lincoln,
and Ellen to the west; the White Mountains of New Hampshire
to the east."
The park consists of 18 tent sites and 8 lean-to
sites. Nearby attractions include: the Floating Bridge, Marvin
Newton House, Norwich University Museum, Vermont
State House, Barre Granite Quarries and the John Selby Maple
Open/Close Dates: Mid May - Labor Day
Cost: $14 - $21 (2004)
Directions: From Randolph, take Route 12
or 14 north to Route 65.
Contact Information: RD 2 Box 192, Randolph,
Vermont 05060; 802-276-3175.