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October Mountain State Forest
October Mountain State Forest © Rolf Hansen
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OCTOBER MOUNTAIN STATE FOREST
OCTOBER MOUNTAIN STATE FOREST
256 Woodland Road
Lee, Massachusetts   01238

Phone: 413-243-1778
Reservations: 413-243-1778
At 16,127 acres, October Mountain is the largest state forest in Massachusetts, offering visitors a place to camp, hike and enjoy the outdoors while they visit nearby Tanglewood and other points of interest. 46 campsites dot a sunny hillside. Several sites are wheelchair accessible. The forest's trails delight hikers and equestrians. Trails are available for every level of experience, and include the famous Appalachian Trail. One of the most scenic trails lead to Schermerhorn Gorge, a striking natural feature which has intrigued generations of geologists. Countless varieties of wild plants and animals can be found in the varied terrain of this vast forest.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Huntingyes
 Hiking Trailyes
 Swimming Beachyes
 Bike Trailsyes
 Bridle Trailsyes
BoatingLaunch Rampsyes
CampingPrimativeyes
WinterActivitiesyes




Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews

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Camp Overflow
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Mountain View Campground Inc
1856 South Main Street
Otis, MA
413-269-8928
Bonnie Brae Cabins & Campsites
108 Broadway Street
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413-442-3754
Summit Hill Campground
34 Old Middlefield Road
Washington, MA
413-623-5761
Berkshire Park Camping Area
350 Harvey Road
Worthington, MA
413-238-5918
Area Fishing Related Businesses
Smitty's Bait & Tackle
200 North St
Dalton, MA
(413) 684-2244
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Directions
October Mountain State Forest is located in western Massachusetts.From the east or west: Follow the Mass Pike (Rte. I-90) to exit 2 in Lee. Turn right onto Rte. 20 west to Center St. in Lee, follow the state forest signs to the park.

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