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October Mountain State Forest

October Mountain State Forest, Massachusetts

The largest State Forest in Massachusetts at a whopping 16,500 acres, October Mountain sets the rad bar high. Whether you prefer a human powered adventure or a gear heads thrill, this park has all the Read more...
The largest State Forest in Massachusetts at a whopping 16,500 acres, October Mountain sets the rad bar high. Whether you prefer a human powered adventure or a gear heads thrill, this park has all the hiking and OHV trails your venturesome heart desires. Along with trails this park also offers fishing, boating, and winter sports when the season comes. Should you want to stick to the trails, one of the most scenic brings you to the Schermerhorn Gorge. Starting with a steep climb past Schermerhorn’s babbling brook and through a boulder filled forest, small cascades streaming throughout. It takes a long time to explore 16,500 acres! Clear your schedule and stay for a while at the parks campground. Offering not just the standard campsite options, but also yurts, you can be as comfortable as you choose!
October Mountain Campground
Kate: Great campground with large sites and clean bathrooms. One shower per bathroom but there didn't seem...
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Magic Forest Farm Camp
Loc: Magic Forest was just as expected. We stayed two nights and felt quite secluded. We never got a chance...
Moss Hill Farm
Katherine: There is a lovely site set up for tent camping about 100 yards off a dirt road that you have to...
Misty Mountain Farm Camping
Erin: Misty Mountain Farm is a true treasure. Not only is the farm extremely hands-on for campers interested...
Sacred Hollow
Jody: Great spot! It felt very secluded, with just the beavers for company. Rachel and her husband were very...
Robibero's Retreat
Tara: This is an awesome place to pitch your tent, especially if you enjoy local wine. It's dispersed...
Route 22 Camp & Breakfast
Theresa: Pitch your tent at Route 22 Camp & Breakfast! We are tucked between two horse farms and we own...
Sanctuary Camp
Tara: Wyomanock Farm is a beautiful property with lots of opportunities for exploring. Here you will find an...
Moon In The Pond Farm
Lu: We had a blast!!! Such a nice place. In the middle of nowhere, apart from WiFi and phone signals. This...
The Meadow
John: The meadow is a completely private area of the property. It is lower than the buildings surrounded by...
The Fish Pond
John: Stay next to the fish pond and get up and feed the fish. You can sit by the pond at night and just...
The Cove
Meredith: My husband and I loved the cove! It was at perfect spot right by the water and with the fall colors...
Faery Glen
Jaime: We stayed in a tent, in a beautiful clearing with a magical pond. Rachel was kind and helpful. Her...
Hike In Tent Camping
Sandy: Richard, Tracy and Debbie are so friendly and easy to deal with. We secured our tent site through...
Forest Botanical Sanctuary
Juliette: Pitch your tent in the midst of our Botanical Sanctuary, home to dozens of species of at-risk and...
Organic Farm in the Mountains
Juliette: Pitch your tent in our sunny field and enjoy sweet mountain views and visits with our pastured...
Pine Tree Paradise
Calum: Pine Tree Paradise is aptly named. The trees create an elevated canopy in which maneuvering is...
Fox Farm
Cindy: Fox Farm is located on 8 magical acres in eclectic Brattleboro, VT. Pitch your tent in a sacred...
Hillside Camp
Jeffrey: Setup your tent on a tent platform built into the hillside of our southern facing forrest in Southern...
Hammock Haven
Rachel: Tucked into a hemlock forest are two, two person parachute material hammocks. Both have tarp rain...
Beartown Campground
Laura: My friend and I loaded up our bikes and decided to go (hammock) camping for the weekend. With only 12...