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Purgatory Chasm State Park
'Fat Mans Misery'
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Theres a big crack in the rock you can crawl through if you are slim enough and not frightened of confined areas.

Wells State Park
'Walker Pond Shoreline'
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It was cold that morning.

Saugus Ironworks National Historic Site
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Massachusetts's Berkshires Region Parks


15
State Forests
6
State Parks

Parks in this region are near these Massachusetts Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
PITTSFIELD
NORTH ADAMS

Balance Rock State Park
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Bashbish Falls State Forest
In the extreme southwest corner of the state is a cluster of state parks noted for their spectacular scenery and breathtaking views. Located here is Bash Bish Falls, one of Massachusetts' most dramatic and its highest single-drop waterfall. Cascading water tumbles through a series of gorges and a hemlock-hardwood ........more >
Bates Memorial State Park
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Beartown State Forest
Beartown State Forest has two distinctly different worlds between the summer and winter. During the warm months the pristine 35-acre Benedict Pond attracts swimmers, boaters and fishermen. An extensive network of trails on over 12,000 acres offers visitors a chance to glimpse deer, bear, bobcat, fisher ........more >
Becket State Forest
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Clarksburg State Forest
Clarksburg State Forest is located in the northern Berkshires in western Massachusetts.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. ........more >
Clarksburg State Park
There is no more beautiful place to view fall foliage than Clarksburg. The abundant, unspoiled forestland offers breathtaking views of both the Berkshire Hills and Green Mountains. At the state park, scenic Mauserts Pond is a landscaped day use area offering swimming, picnicking, fishing, and a pavilion ........more >
Cookson State Forest
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East Mountain State Forest
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Florida State Forest
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Great Barrington State Forest
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Mount Washington State Forest
In the extreme southwest corner of Massachusetts is a cluster of state parks noted for their spectacular scenery and breathtaking views. Situated high on a mountain plateau, much of this forest was once clear-cut between the late-1700s to mid-1800s, to produce charcoal fuel for local iron forges. Today, ........more >
October Mountain State Forest
At 16,127 acres, October Mountain is the largest state forest in Massachusetts, offering visitors a place to camp, hike and enjoy the outdoors while they visit nearby Tanglewood and other points of interest. 46 campsites dot a sunny hillside. Several sites are wheelchair accessible. The forest's trails ........more >
Peru State Forest
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Pittsfield State Forest
Stream, waterfalls and flowering shrubs abound in Pittsfield State Forest. 65 acres of wild azaleas are a profusion of pink blossoms in June. The forest has two camping picnic areas and a swimming beach. Fishermen frequent scenic Berry Pond, one of the highest natural water bodies in Massachusetts at ........more >
Sandisfield State Forest
Within the rolling hardwood forests of Sandisfield State Forest are six lakes, ranging in size from 10 to 60 acres. York Lake is a popular day use area with a 300 foot sandy beach, a picnic area and a boat launch ramp. All of the lakes are stocked with trout and are accessible to non-motorized boats. ........more >
Savoy Mountain State Forest
Savoy Mountain State Forest makes it easy to leave the everyday world behind. Scenic North and South ponds, with wooded edges and hills rising in the distance, offer tranquil places to fish, picnic and swim. 45 campsites are located in an old apple orchard. Four log cabins overlook South Pond, and are ........more >
Taconic Trail State Park
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Wahconah Falls State Park
Located in the heart of the Berkshire Hills, Wahconah Falls offers visitors spectacular scenic views anytime of year. Wahconah Falls Brook flows over several smaller tiered falls then cascades about 40 feet into a deep pool. The falls roar, especially during spring run-off. Relax, picnic or fish in ........more >
Windsor James State Park
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Windsor State Forest
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 ........more >
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