Berkshire Rivers Fly Fishing

Fishing trips

Take a guided fly fishing trip in the fresh highlands of t he Berkshires: float along a Berkshire river, wade in to fish-rich waters, or practice with a casting lesson. Owner Harry Desmond’s enthusiasm for outdoor adventures has led him to Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon, where he worked, played, and explored for more than a […]

Margaret Lindley Park


A manmade pond that’s fed by the Hemlock Brook has sandy beach and shallow areas for the little ones. Open from dawn til dusk.

Taconic Golf Club


Ranked #1 Best Public Golf Course in Massachusetts by Golf Magazine, Taconic offers a wide view over the valley, a classically challenging course, and playing conditions?renovated in 2009.

Donnybrook Golf Course


The county’s newest course, offers everything a golfer could ask for in a nine-hole layout.

Mt. Hope Park


Lounge along the Green River at Mt. Hope Park.

Sand Springs Pool


May 31 - September 30, 2019

Sand Springs Pool gives a relaxating setting for bathing in natural spring waters, outdoor recreation and fitness.

Trail Riding on Horseback

Demayo's Bonnie Lea Farm

An extensive trail system stretches across beautiful fields, over gentle streams, through shady groves and off-property for more experienced riders.

Deerfield River Rafting

Zoar Outdoor

Zoar Outdoor offers 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.

North Adams Steeplecats

Joe Wolfe Field

A collegiate summer baseball team brings college baseball players from across the country to play at?Joe Wolfe Field in North Adams ???family-friendly games with a small-town feel.

Sheep Hill

This 50-acre former dairy farm was purchased by the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation in 2000. Art and Ella Rosenburg and their son ‘young Art’ moved here in 1933 and had a milking herd for more than 50 years. The Williams Outing Club operated a rope ski tow here from the late 1930’s to the mid […]

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