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Welcome

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Education Guide

Recreation Guide

Newletter

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| Forests & Parks | Hiking | Historical Sites | Maple Sugaring | Skiing |

----- Recreation Guide: Forests & Parks -----


Chester-Blandford State Forest

Chester. Camping, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, picnicking, scenic areas, snowmobiling, walking trails on 2,308 acres. Be sure to visit Sanderson Brook Falls (parking area just off Rt 20 a couple miles east of Chester).

 
413-354-6347

Chesterfield Gorge

The Grand Canyon of Western Massachusetts, located south of Rt 143 between Chesterfield and Worthington and owned by the Trustees of Reservations.

 
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C.M. Gardner State Park

Huntington. Boating (non-motorized), fishing, hunting, picnicking, swimming, walking trails on 29 acres, along Rt 112 north of Huntington.

 
413-354-6347

Glendale Falls

Middlefield. These falls, owned by the Trustees of Reservations, are really a series of large cascades, tumbling into the Westfield River.

 
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Hampton Ponds State Park

Westfield. Boating (motorized and non-motorized), fishing, picknicking, swimming, accessible facilities on 42 acres.

 
413-532-3985

Knightville Wildlife Management Area

Huntington. Fishing, birdwatching, hiking, mountain biking, camping, picnicking on 300 acres near the Knightville Dam north of Huntington on Rt 112.

 
413-447-9789

Littleville Lake and Dam

Huntington. Boating (motorized - maximum 10 hp motor, and non-motorized), fishing (trout-stocked), picknicking around this 275 acre lake. The dam is 1,360 feet long and has public access.

 
413-447-9789

Mittineague Park

West Springfield. Athletic fields, bicycling, cross-country skiing, picknicking, walking trails on 320 acres. On the south side of Rt 20.

 
413-263-3284

Notchview Reservation

Windsor. Birdwatching, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, picnicking on 3,000 acres. Located along Rt 9 between Cummington and Dalton, this preserve is owned by the Trustees of Reservations.

 
413-684-0148

Robinson State Park

Agawam. Cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, boating (non-motorized), scenic viewing area, swimming, walking trails, accessible facilities on 811 acres along the south side of the Westfield River.

 
413-786-2877

Stanley Park

Westfield. Birdwatching, cross-country skiing, flower gardens, picnicking, sports activities, walking trails, wildlife sanctuary on 300 acres on Western Ave near Westfield State College.

 
413-568-9312

Westfield's Riverside Trail

Westfield. A 1.5-mile trail along the Westfield River with opportunities for birdwatching, boating (non-motorized), walking, scenic vistas, fishing and picnicking. Parking on the south side of the river, just east of the Great River Bridge (Rt 10/202).

 
413-532-7290

Windsor State Forest

Windsor. Camping, canoeing, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, mountain biking, picnicking, scenic viewing area, snowmobiling, swimming, walking trails, accessible facilities on 1,743 acres.

 
413-663-8469
| Bicycling | Camping | Canoeing | Country Fairs | Fishing |
| Forests & Parks | Hiking | Historical Sites | Maple Sugaring | Skiing |