Pittsfield State Forest, Pittsfield

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Forest · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Pittsfield State Forest is an 11,000-acre (4,500 ha) Massachusetts state forest located in the town of Pittsfield and managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The forest is the location of Berry Pond, which sitting atop Berry Mountain at an elevation of 2,150 feet (660 m) is the highest natural body of water in the state.
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  • We X-county skied in the forest and it was beautiful! It isn't groomed so it can be quite challenging depending on the conditions so be prepared. It is also a wonderful place to hike, bike or...  more »
  • There are so many trails, so many beautiful views, lovely ponds, and nice trails for 4 wheeling--there are camping sites  more »
  • Maps outlining the trails, and a lot of smaller ones if you want to experience the woods without going too deep into the wildlife. For the deeper trails they are well taken care of and the ponds are absolutely beautiful
  • It's an awesome Place been going there my whole life would recommend this place to anyone

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