An aerial adventure park with 150 elements and eight courses of varying difficulty.
Entertain your whole family with the many fun activities at Jiminy Peak’s Mountain Adventure Park.
Ranked #1 Best Public Golf Course in Massachusetts by Golf Magazine.
18-hole championship golf course
The county’s newest course, offers everything a golfer could ask for in a nine-hole layout.
Manmade pond that’s fed by the Hemlock Brook has sandy beach and shallow areas for the little ones.
Lounge along the Green River at Mt. Hope Park.
Sand Springs Pool is the perfect bucolic setting for relaxation in natural spring waters, outdoor recreation and fitness.
An extensive trail system stretches across beautiful fields, over gentle streams, through shady groves and off-property for more experienced riders.
Maps, reviews and best fishing times
Beginner to advanced rafters can find rafting fun on the Deerfield River from April to October. Mellow family trips to Class IV fun.
Collegiate summer baseball at its best at Joe Wolfe Field in North Adams.
Bowling on classic wooden lanes and simulated golf all under one roof.
State of the art, 4200 square foot facility provides an indoor training space that allows athletes to take their game to the next level.
This is a guide to the paddling experience that can be had on the Hoosic River and its larger tributaries.
Running routes, distance, attributes, and map.
Offers five different white water rafting adventures from mild to wild.
Public skating, birthday parties, youth hockey, and home of the Berkshire Battalion professional hockey team.
The region’s premier indoor soccer facility.
Zoar Outdoor has offered the best in New England white water rafting trips, kayaking clinics, zip line canopy tours, canoeing instruction, rock climbing classes and kayak rentals for adventurers of all abilities, from beginners to experts.
A hidden gem of a spot in south Williamstown.
Dedicated to maintaining and preserving the five remaining clay tennis courts in the Williams College Tennis complex.
JK Rowling announced that the North American school of witchcraft and wizardry is located atop our very own Mt. Greylock!