Camping is back at Allis State Park and Day Use Entry is Free

Vermont State Parks is pleased to announce several operational changes at Allis State Park in Brookfield. This park is a favorite for those seeking a quiet experience, great hiking and views, or the perfect spot to share a picnic with loved ones.

Two of the biggest changes are that camping is back and day use of the park is now FREE!

Camping will return at the park for 2011 after a two-year hiatus. Sixteen tent/trailer or lean-to sites will be available by advance reservation or on a space-available basis. Some campsites have been removed to provide better spacing between sites allowing for more privacy.

Other changes: The campground's restroom has running water; however, showers are not available. A sanitary pump-out station for travel trailers and RVs is available.

Allis has a beautiful log picnic shelter with a capacity of 100 people - perfect for hosting events or get-togethers. The shelter may be reserved free of charge Monday - Thursday and for $100 Friday - Sunday. The awesome firetower has interpretive panels depicting the views -newly installed for 2011.

The hiking, fresh air, peaceful atmosphere, and picturesque setting haven't changed, so be sure to stop by and visit!

Comments

  1. This is a beautiful place to camp. This was the first place that I camped in VT. I enjoyed it very much and can't wait to camp there this summer! I only wish there was a water source for swimming and fishing there and not going to floating bridge. But it won't stop me from camping here.

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  2. No showers? Booo

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