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We found this place by accident on the way to somewhere else. It is very woodsy with marshes and a very nice small lake. The roads are not maintained that well, there are some good sized pot holes but if your not in a hurry...More
We loved this place - lake; mountains; walks; wildlife; swimming... what is not to like? It was very quiet on the day we visited and we only saw 4-5 other groups there - did a 2-3 hour walk with some good elevations and views and...More
The Pond Trail Loop was easy to moderate in a few places to hiking for all ages (4-64!). It was beautiful; we found salamanders, tiny little frogs/toads on the forest floor, small mammals, and a mixture of birds and plant life.There were areas of the...More
We went on a beautiful warm spring Easter afternoon for a hike around the pond. It is considered an easy walk. It was for the most part. I have a bad knee so there were a couple of spots where I needed help to get...More
There's just something about the woods in winter and ice on a pond! This is such a beautiful walk/hike around the pond; about 2 miles. It's relatively flat so an easy/moderate walk and good for dogs. In the winter you will need sturdy boots with...More
We have a couple little girls and this place is great for biking, hiking, and fishing. The beach is well kept and there are bathrooms available. The lake is beautiful with a nice fishing pier. Camp sites are also a great spot to connect with...More
4 1/2 stars....While vacationing in the Berkshires, we decided to take advantage of one of the many hiking trails in the area. We are NOT hikers, in reality, and we are in our early 60s. Yet, we managed to hike over rocks and roots for...More