Visiting Williamstown and the Beautiful Berkshires?
Williamstown, MA, home of Williams College, the Clark Art Museum, the Williams College Museum of Art and Williamstown Theatre Festival, is a great destination for a vacation.
Bonnie Lea Farm is located a mile and a half from the Vermont boarder and is only 45-60 minutes from “South County” attractions such as Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow and the Norman Rockwell Museum. (South County towns include Great Barrington and Lenox.) The Berkshire museum in Pittsfield is less than 30 minutes away.
Besides endless cultural events, you will find outdoor activities abound. Hiking Mount Greylock is one of the many hiking locations. Biking, fishing, swimming, and paddling are also available in the area. The famous Batten Kill and Orvis store and school are just 45 minutes North for those who love to fish.
If you are coming from out of town and need a place to stay, consider the following accommodations:
- Berkshire Hills Motel, Williamstown, MA
- The Porches, North Adams, MA
- Or visit The Williamstown Chamber for more options and things to do.
There are so many wonderful activities in the Berkshires. It is a vacation area that has something for everyone. Art, theater, dance, music, historical architecture, hiking, biking, camping, sports camps at Williams College, and much more!