Flowers in bloom, peeping frogs, and new art… These are just a few springtime joys in the northern Berkshires.
Hotels and inns offer comfortable settings from which to stage your visit.
When you’re ready for some forest immersion, check out our hiking maps and resources to plan your routes.
Enjoy gentle hikes on well-marked trails or follow the sounds of spring peepers to their private vernal pools in the woods. You might spy a frog or a spotted salamander!
Back in our charming towns, enjoy garden flowers and local shopping.
When you’re ready to step indoors for a while, acquaint yourself with masterpieces of European and American art at The Clark Art Institute.
On Stone Hill at the Clark, you can stroll pastoral fields and blossoming forests plus the Clark’s first outdoor sculpture exhibition.
Consider thought-provoking and engaging installations at MASS MoCA with ample indoor spaces for families, couples, and individuals to roam and explore.
To refuel, treat yourself at one of the many northern Berkshire restaurants serving locally sourced and crafted food and spirits.
As the sun sets you can cozy up indoors or relax outdoors.
Unfurl your mind with the joys of spring in the northern Berkshire mountains.
What’s it like to visit during the Coronavirus pandemic? Learn more here.
Thanks to Leslie Morgenthal for several of the outdoors photographs.