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Best parks in Pittsfield

Park
“This park has many great trails for novices to professional hikers. It has fantastic views. It is on the land where the old Aspenwell Resort Hotel was built. The Aspenwell was a guilded age resort/hotel. ”
17 locals recommend
Park
“Drive up to the trail at the forested peak separating New Lebanon from Pittsfield, MA, for a walk and a breathtaking valley view. The road up isn't accessible in winter, but when you can get up there, Berry Pond is lovely for a swim near the top. There's acres of flowering azaleas up there in the third week of June.”
6 locals recommend
Campground
“Lots of hiking options, nice visitor center, nice lodge and tower at the top. ”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Nice looped trails, mostly flat and wooded, some through wetland areas. Beautiful large pines and a nice meadow view at the start of the hike. It's very close and makes a good quick walk.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“This sanctuary is one of our favorite places to hike and see wildlife. Visitors can see beavers, frogs, turtles, owls, deer, and occasional foxes. There are streams, brooks, and ponds to spend time meditating and finding some peace. Pleasant Valley Sanctuary is a five-minute drive from Whistler's Inn.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Easy biking and walking trail with great nature finds and some Art on the Trail”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Drive up to the trail at the forested peak that separates New Lebanon from Pittsfield, MA, for a walk and breathtaking valley view. There's lots of trails and Berry Pond. Acres of flowering azaleas up top in the third week of June. The road is closed to cars during the winter months.”
4 locals recommend
Trail
“Nice wooded trails with a gazebo on the hill, easy, wide trail network. Trailhead on Rt. 7/20 in the Acadia Shop parking lot.”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends