Granville Massachusetts is located in the southern Berkshire Hills, on the Connecticut border. Hubbard Brook winds through the Granville State Forest, where there used to be a (legendary) swimming hole. Now, the signs warn against swimming, but it is still a beautiful area to visit.
Among the cool things you can find here are the Noble and Cooley Toy Drum Museum and factory, Gran-Val Scoop, a petting zoo, and ice cream shop, and the famous Granville Country Store.
There are about 20 camping sites at Granville State Forest, as well as miles of hiking trails and great places where you can (safely) dip a toe in the water on a hot summer day.
When in Granville, be sure to visit their adorable tiny center of town and the Granville Country Store for some Granville Cellar Aged Cheddar. Make a stop by Maple Corner Farm for some real Massachusetts maple syrup, or West Granville Blueberries for blueberry picking in season.
Bliss Farm is a beautifully rustic wedding venue with overnight accommodations where you can have your reception in a converted barn.