Chesterfield MA 01012
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A half-mile foot trail along the top of the deep gorge gives dramatic views of rock walls and the East Branch of the Westfield River. An easy hiking and mountain bike pathway, River Road, runs along the east side of the river into Gilbert Bliss State Forest. A stone abutment, dating from Colonial times, once supported a bridge and toll gate that was part of the historic post road linking Boston and Albany. Fly fishing, hiking, and picnicking are popular. Click here for more information.
Open year-round, daily, 8am to sunset.
Trustees of Reservations
Non-members: Adult $2, child (under 12) FREE
Owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations. Visit The Trustees of Reservations website and find out more about this nonprofit conservation organization of Massachusetts, caring for 100 places of cultural, natural, and historical significance, called "reservations." These special places are protected for everyone, forever, and are open to the public.
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