• Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center

      The nonprofit Tamarack Hollow Nature and Cultural Center conserves, owns and manages 5.7 acres located at 1515 Savoy Hollow Road; an additional 26+ acres located across the way at 1516 Savoy Hollow Road are owned by Director Aimee Gelinas and consist of the office and trails for nature programs.   The Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center borders the Read more [...]

  • AMC Noble View Outdoor Center

    One of the Appalachian Mountain Club’s larger land holdings, Noble View Outdoor Center’s 358.5 acres of rural solitude maintain the ambiance of the original 1800s New England farmstead. A quiet, pristine mountaintop location offers breathtaking views of the Pioneer Valley east to Mt. Wachusett. Easily accessible from major highways, Noble View is a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Read more [...]

  • Notchview

      Renowned for its Nordic skiing, Notchview also entices year-round adventurers for hiking and birdwatching.  What makes Notchview a special place?   With more than 3,000 acres of rolling terrain, Notchview offers an idyllic escape for winter sports enthusiasts, especially cross-country skiers looking for a brisk outing. Seventeen kilometers of trails are groomed and track-set for classical cross-country skiing; eight kilometers Read more [...]

  • Appalachian Trail

    The Appalachian Trail is one of the longest continuously marked footpaths in the world, measuring roughly 2,180 miles in length. Over 2-3 million people visit the Trail every year exploring its magnificent landscapes and experiencing its stunning views.  A section of the trail bisects Massachusetts at Mount Washington and Mount Everett. Massachusetts is home to Mt. Greylock, the mountain said Read more [...]

  • Glendale Falls

    Visit wild and rocky Glendale Brook and follow one of the state’s highest and longest waterfalls as it plunges dramatically to the Westfield River in Middlefield, Mass. What makes Glendale Falls a special place? / Fed by more than five square miles of watershed, Glendale Falls is one of the longest and most powerful waterfalls runs in Massachusetts. In spring, Read more [...]

  • Daughters of the American Revolution State Forest

    DAR State Forest offers dozens of campsites, forest trails, a lake to swim and fish in. All activities: Hiking Mountain biking Biking Horseback riding Camping Swimming Canoeing and kayaking Sailing Fishing Ice skating Cross-country skiing Snowshoeing Snowmobiling Educational programs RV camping sites and hook-ups

  • Chester-Blandford State Forest

    With trails for all experience levels, Chester-Blandford State Forest is perfect for hiking or walking. Take in the Sanderson Falls, go mountain biking, enjoy a picnic or do some hunting and fishing. Snowmobiling and cross-country skiing are available in the winter. All activities: Hiking Biking Mountain biking Horseback riding Hunting Fishing Snowmobiling Cross-country skiing Download a trail map: https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2017/01/tp/chester.pdf

  • Chesterfield Gorge

    Experience this imposing gorge carved by a National Wild and Scenic River, then choose from great fishing, hiking, and biking options just downstream.  What makes Chesterfield Gorge a special place?  We think it’s the way this remarkable natural formation allows visitors to experience both the region’s geologic past and its recreational potential. The ancient rock emerged from the seabed a Read more [...]