There are so many fun things to do in the Berkshires: Take a hike to see breathtaking waterfalls, explore the region's historic sites, have a picnic lunch in one of Massachusetts' state parks or hit the slopes for a day of skiing. No matter the season, the Berkshires offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures.
Stockbridge Golf Club (pictured above)
Ask us to make you a reservation at the beautiful Stockbridge Golf Club and save!
Rates: Monday through Thursday - $90.00 with our referral (cart not included)
Friday through Sunday and Holidays - $120.00 with our referral (cart not included)
An 18-hole historic par 69 course, 10-acre driving range, with scenic views of the Berkshires. One-on-one golf instruction is also available for beginners. Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play." Call (413) 637-2563 for more information.
This scenic 9-hole golf course in Lee, Massachusetts is open to the public seven days a week. Call (413) 243-3323 for more information.
Hiking and Biking
Ask us for directions to Tyringham Cobble, which crosses over the Appalachian Trail. A challenging two mile hike to the top with picnic areas along the trail.
Ashuwillticook Rail Trail
This 11-mile rail trail offers the opportunity for walking, biking, skating and cross-country skiing. The trail passes through the Hoosic River Valley.
Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in nearby Lenox, MA, this wildlife sanctuary is an easy, family-friendly hike. Explore more than seven miles of forests, meadows and wetlands. Visitors can also take advantage of guided tours, bird walks and canoe trips. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children and seniors.
Bash Bish Falls State Park
Next to the Mount Washington State Forest, Bash Bish Falls is about 60 feet and is one of Massachusetts' highest single-drop waterfalls. An easy hike with incredible views.
About 15 minutes from the Inn at Stockbridge, Ski Butternut offers snow tubing, downhill skiing and lessons for all ability levels.