Mount Tom State Reservation, Holyoke

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Mount Tom State Reservation encompasses the Mount Tom Range and is located in the Connecticut River Valley region of Massachusetts, just north of the city of Springfield. The reservation is noted for its biologic diversity, high cliffs, and rugged scenery.
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  • We drove out here mid October from Eastern Mass. The foliage was unbelievable in the park, full peak. We arrived and drove by Bray Lake on the left. There were restrooms that were open. We drove...  more »
  • We went to Mount Tom to hike to the ruins. The drive on Christopher Clark Rd. affords great views. We parked in the lot near Lake Bray. It was about an eighth of a mile to the T. Bagg trailhead. From....  more »
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  • A wonderful park with outdoor attractions for the whole family. There's a pond with picnic areas on the lower level of the park, and a playground and nature education station on the top level. There are porta potties and a water fountain. The hike along the ridge is beautiful. If you make it to the rear of the mountain, there's an abandoned water park and a quarry that can be fun to explore.
  • The hikes are great. The park ranger situation there can use some improvement. Not very present/interested in actively making it a memorable experience for new comers.

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