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Mohawk Trail State Forest, Charlemont

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One of the most beautiful Forest areas you will ever find. Mohawk Trail State Forest is stunning in every season but especially in the Fall. So close to many attractions and great food and shopping.. ...  more »
  • My boyfriend and I decided to go camping over the winter. We stayed a few nights in Cabin 5. It located on top of a hill, further back, by itself, not even a minute from the bathrooms (walking).The ca...  more »
  • This was day four of a tour of all the New England States. I wasn’t sure what to expect on this part of the journey, though I had traveled close by about four years ago when I went skiing at Crotched ...  more »
Google
  • Small but very aesthetically pleasing, campsites by the river have no privacy and are rather far from the bathroom, very polite staff
  • Love it there!! Staff. Very polite and helpful!
  • A nice place with a good park and area
  • Very professional staff and well maintained facility yet you get a nice sense of being out there in an old remote forest.
  • Absolutely beautiful! Loved the hiking and the falling asleep to the burbling Cold River. The rangers are friendly and helpful. All the facilities are clean and well maintained. Thanks for a great trip! Pro-tip: the directions from the south and east on Google Maps are not correct. Don't take 8A. Take 91 to Route 2. Much quicker and easier