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Savoy Mountain State Forest

-Florida, Massachusetts
Savoy Mountain State Forest is a scenic wooded area in the hills of Massachusetts. Picnicking, fishing and swimming in the peaceful environment are the more common activities at this park. Camping in the park's 45 apple orchard campsites or four rental cabins is another popular pastime. 50 miles of multi-use trails open the door for even more recreational activities including: hiking, mountain biking or cross-country skiing. The park is located atop the Hoosac Mountain Range in northwestern Massachusetts, providing for a surplus of scenic views.
DIRECTIONS: 8 miles East of Williamstown on Hwy 2, Savoy Mountain State Park, just west of North Adams






Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Forest

-Hawley, Plainfield and Savoy, Massachusetts
This 7,882 acre northern hardwood and spruce-fir state forest is renowned for its extensive multi-use trail system. 35 miles of multi-use trails, six miles of hiking trails and a one mile interpretive trail take you through historic sites and scenic views. The park was closed for repair work after Hurricane Irene, so call ahead before you visit.
DIRECTIONS: Dubuque State Forest is located in the northern Berkshires in western Massachusetts.<br /><br />Starting in the center of Ashfield you head west on route 116. At the junction of rt 112 at the stop sign you go straight onto hawley rd. Stay on this road for about 3 miles. at the intersection of old stage rd take a right. This will t onto plainfield rd. Straight across is a fire station, park in the adjacent lot. go in on the dirt road and keep a sharp eye out for single traks on both right and left after the swamp. Alternately you can go to the kiln and just past it there is the start of a great single track.






Appalachian Trail 128: US 20 to Pittsfield Road

-Lee, Massachusetts

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Appalachian Trail 129: Pittsfield Road to MA 8/9

-Washington, Massachusetts

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Appalachian Trail 130: MA 8/9 to MA 8 (Cheshire, MA)

-Dalton, Massachusetts

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Appalachian Trail 131: MA 8 to MA 2

-Cheshire, Massachusetts

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Appalachian Trail 132: MA 2 to VT/MA Line

-North Adams, Massachusetts

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Appalachian Trail 133: VT/MA Line to City Stream (VT 9)

-Stamford, Vermont

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Appalachian Trail 134: VT 9 to Stratton-Arlington Road

-Bennington, Vermont

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Mt. Greylock State Reservation

-Lanesborough, Massachusetts
At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest elevation point in Massachusetts. This state reservation offers 60-90 mile views of the surrounding area. The park contains over 70 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, back-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. An 11.5 mile section of the Appalachian Trail is located through this park.
DIRECTIONS: Massachusetts Turnpike (Rte. 90) to Exit 2 (Lee). Turn right onto Rte. 20 to Rte. 7 North towards Lenox and Pittsfield. Follow Rte. 7 Norht through Pittsfield to the Town of Lanesborough. Take right onto North Main St. Follow signs. Got 1.8 miles to the Visitor Center. To Hopper Road Trailhead Parking Take Rte. 7 into Williamstown, turn east onto Rte. 43. Travel approximately 2.5 miles to Hopper Road. Take right onto Hopper Road, go to end approximately 2 miles to trailhead parking. Campground Address: 30 Rockwell Road P.O. Box 138 Lanesborough, MA 01237 Campground Phone Number: 413-499-4262






Pittsfield State Forest

-Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Pittsfield State Forest is a scenic park full of azalea fields, waterfalls and woodlands. The beautiful area is the perfect location for a hike through 30 miles of quiet trails, a picnic in a secluded spot or an overnight stay in any of the park's camping areas. The Balance Rock State Park is also located in the northeast corner of Pittsfield State Forest. ATV trails are open at certain times during the season, call ahead.
DIRECTIONS: From East or West: Take Massachusetts Turnpike (Rte. 90) to Exit 2 (Lee) to Rte. 20 West. Follow signs into park. Turn right onto Hungerford Street, then left onto West Street. Make a right onto Church Hill Street and follow the signs to the park. The Cascade Street entrance is hidden on the left side of the road, if you reach the Dan Casey Causeway then you have gone too far. From North or South: Take Rte. 7 to Rte. 20 West. Follow signs into park. Turn right onto Hungerford Street, then left onto West Street. Make a right onto Church Hill Street and follow the signs to the park. The Cascade Street entrance is hidden on the left side of the road, if you reach the Dan Casey Causeway then you have gone too far. Campground Address: 1041 Cascade Street Pittsfield, MA 01201 Campground Phone Number: 413-442-8992






Cherry Plain State Park

-Berlin, New York
The 175-acre Cherry Plain State Park is a scenic park on a sandy beach on the Black River Pond. The park offers a picnic area, a boat launch, horseback riding, biking and hiking trails. Camping is also popular here. Pets allowed on leash with rabies vaccine proof.
DIRECTIONS: Located 19 miles southeast of Grafton and 7 miles north of Stephentown, off NYS Rte 22 on CCC Dam Road.518-733-5400






Appalachian Trail: Vermont

-Stamford, Vermont

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Clarksburg State Park

-Clarksburg, Massachusetts
Clarksburg State Park offers 368 acres of abundant and unspoiled northern hardwood forest with breathtaking views of the Hoosac Range, Mount Greylock and the Green Mountains.
DIRECTIONS: From the East/I-91: From I-91 take Exit 26 in Greenfield and follow MA Rte. 2 west for 34 miles to North Adams, to intersection with MA Rte. 8 north. Turn right and follow Rte. 8 north for 3 miles to Middle Road. Turn left onto Middle Rd. and continue for 0.1 mile to park entrance on right.






Mohawk Trail State Forest

-Charlemont, Massachusetts
Mohawk Trail State Forest is one of the most scenic woodland areas in Massachusetts. Over 6,000 acres make up this diverse park. From beautiful streams and rivers to heavily forested trails, this park is beautiful to explore. The park offers 56 campsites and 6 rentable cabins for overnight stays. Swimming, fishing, picnicking, camping and hiking are all popular here.
DIRECTIONS: Mohawk Trail State Forest is located in the northern Berkshires of western Massachusetts. <br />From North, South and East/I-91: From I-91 take Exit 26 in Greenfield and follow Rte. 2 west for 21 miles. The park entrance is on the right, 4 miles west of Charlemont center. <br /><br />From the West/Rte 2: From downtown North Adams follow MA Rte. 2 east for 15.5 miles. The park entrance is on the on the left at the bottom of a steep grade.






Monroe State Forest

-Monroe, Massachusetts
Monroe State Forest is made up of yawning valleys, high mountains and aged trees. This beautiful park offers plenty of hiking and horseback riding, full of incredible views. Fishing is also popular in the park's Deerfield River. Snowmobiling and cross country skiing are popular in the winter.
DIRECTIONS: Monroe State Forest is located in the northern Berkshires of western Massachusetts.<br />From East or West Rte. 2: Take MA Rte. 2 in Florida to Tilda Hill Road. Turn onto Tilda Hill Rd. (becomes Main Road in Monroe) and follow for 4 miles, to intersection with Raycroft Road. Look for trailhead kiosk and parking. Dunbar Brook Trail upper trailhead is nearby.<br />Note: Raycroft Road is in poor condition.<br /><br />Dunbar Brook Trail head, From East or West/Rte. 2: On MA Rte. 2 (2.2 miles west of Charlemont center) turn onto Zoar Road. Follow Zoar Rd. (becomes River Road in Florida) for 11 miles to parking and trailhead on left at Florida-Monroe town line. Only day-use parking is permitted here.






October Mountain State Forest

-Lee, Massachusetts
The 16,500-acre October Mountain is the largest state forest in Massachusetts. The park's 47 campsites offer a great overnight stay in the large forest. Hiking, exploring, fishing, hunting, mountain biking and cross country skiing are all very common activities throughout the park's hilly woodlands. The Schermerhorn Gorge on the property offers a beautiful facet to the wooded area and the park's autumn leaves attract several visitors yearly. Camping season is from mid-May through mid-October-- there are three yurts available for renting in addition to the other campsites. ATV are also allowed on the trails from May 1 through last Sunday in November.
DIRECTIONS: October Mountain State Forest is located in the central Berkshires, western Massachusetts.<br /><br />From the East or West/Mass Pike (I-90): Take Exit 2 in Lee. Follow U.S. Rte. 20 west 1.1 miles through downtown Lee to Center Street. Turn right onto Center St. and follow (becomes Columbia St.) for 1 mile to Bradley Street. Turn right onto Bradley St. (becomes Woodland Rd.) and follow brown lead-in signs 1 mile to campground entrance.<br /><br />From North or South/Rte. 7: In Lenox Rte. 7 is merged with U.S. Rte. 20. At Walker Street stoplight turn left from north, or right from south and continue into Lenoxdale for 1 mile. Turn right onto Mill Street, cross bridge and continue for 0.5 miles to Bradley Street. Turn left onto Bradley St. (becomes Woodland Rd.) and follow brown lead-in signs 1 mile to campground entrance.






Wahconah Falls State Park

-Dalton, Massachusetts
The Wahconah Falls flows through smaller falls then cascades 40 feet into a deep pool. The Wahconah Falls State Park is home to a hardwood-conifer forest that is perfect for hiking, relaxing, picnicking or even fishing in the river.
DIRECTIONS: Wahconah Falls State Park is located in the central Berkshires in western Massachusetts. <br /><br />From the East/I-91: Take Exit 19 in Northampton and follow MA Rte. 9 west for 30.5 miles to North Street/Wahconah Falls Road. Look for brown lead-in signs. Turn left and follow 0.5 mile (becomes unpaved) to park entrance on the right. <br /><br />From the East and West/MassPike (I-90): Take exit 2 in Lee. Follow Rte. 20 west to Rte. 7 north for 11 miles to downtown Pittsfield. At Park Square rotary follow East Street for 3.25 miles (East St. becomes Merrill Road after 1.5 miles) to intersection with MA Rte. 9 east, and keep right. Turn right onto Rte. 9 east and follow for 4.6 miles through downtown Dalton to intersection with MA Rte. 8A. Turn left and continue to follow Rte. 9 east /Rte. 8A north/North Street for 2.6 miles to North Street/Wahconah Falls Road. Look for brown lead-in signs. Turn right and follow for 0.5 mile (becomes unpaved) to park entrance on the right.






Windsor State Forest

-Windsor, Massachusetts
Deep in the rolling hills of the Berkshire highlands, Windsor State Forest's cascading waterfall at Windsor Jambs stands out for its spectacular beauty. Windsor Jambs Brook plunges through a 25-foot-wide gorge, with 80-foot-high granite walls rising on either side; a beautiful and refreshing place to visit.
DIRECTIONS: From the East/MassPike (I-90): Take I-90 Exit 4 to I-91 north in West Springfield. Follow I-91 north to Exit 19 in Northampton. Follow MA Rte. 9 west to for 27.8 miles to West Cummington. Turn right onto West Main Street, continue for 0.1 mile then take an immediate left onto River Road and follow for 2.9 miles to the day-use area entrance on the left, or campground on the right.






Grafton Lakes State Park

-Grafton, New York
Grafton Lakes State Park is located not he forested mountain ridge between Taconic and Hudson Valleys. The 2,357-acre park has five ponds, sandy beaches and a variety of walking trails. Fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sailboating, picnicking, walking, hiking and horseback riding are all popular activities here. During the winter, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice skating are also common.
DIRECTIONS: 100 Grafton Lakes State Park Way<br />Grafton, NY 12082






Molly Stark State Park

-Wilmington, Vermont
Welcome to Molly Stark State Park, named for the famous wife of General John Stark of the Revolutionary War. The park is located along the Molly Stark Trail Scenic Byway (State Route 9), the main east-west route in Southern Vermont that connects Brattleboro, Wilmington and Bennington.
DIRECTIONS: From Brattleboro: Exit #2, I-91, 15 mi. W on VT Route 9






Woodford State Park

-Bennington, Vermont
Woodford State Park is located deep within the Green Mt. National Forrest. This 398-acre park is located on a mountain plateau and contains Adams Reservoir but there are also several other lakes and ponds in the area. Activities here include camping, swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing and kayaking.
DIRECTIONS: From Bennington: Go 10 mi. E on Hwy 9.








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