Camping In the Berkshires

The best places to camp sometimes tend to end up on a “should have gone there, oh well, we will have to go next time” list. When planning your camping trip to the Berkshires, you can avoid having to have that list upon turning home. Go to all of the best campsite locations while you are visiting the Berkshires. You will not be disappointed with your decision to think ahead of time.
Beartown State Forest

Beartown State Forest, located at Blue Hill Road, Monterey, MA 01245, is an ideal place to camp when going to the Berkshires. From mid-May to mid-October, you can set up your camping site at one of twelve different sites.

There are many fun activities to fill your day up depending on the season. Boating and fishing are fantastic here, and if it is on the cooler side, snowmobiling might even be an option.

Bonnie Brae Cabins & Campsites

If you tend to be the type of camper that enjoys a tiny bit of civilization close at hand, Bonnie Brae would be an ideal location for you and your family. This area offers 42 locations to set up camp and the option to stay in cabins as well for an additional cost.

There is an inground pool located at Bonnie Brae, as well as on site laundry facilities and restrooms. Bonnie Brae Cabins & Campsites is located at 108 Broadway Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201.

Historic Valley Campground at Windsor Lake

May through October you can enjoy the historic, family and pet friendly campground at Windsor Lake. There are 100 campsites to set up your home away from home at, as well as available electric and water hookups and on site restrooms and laundry facilities. Historic Valley Campground at Windsor Lake is located at 200 Windsor Lake Road, North Adams, MA 01247.

There Is Something For Everyone

When going camping in the Berkshires, there is a camping site that will fit everyone’s wants and needs. Whether you and your family like total isolation in the wilderness, completely cut off from civilization, or you like a modern touch of home, there is a campsite that will fulfill your desires. Be sure to always call the campgrounds ahead of time before you arrive so you can be alerted of any warnings or tips for the current area depending on the day or season. That will ensure your camping experience in the Berkshires is the best it can be!

About the Author: Gem is a guest contributor from Staveleigh House, a beautiful Sheffield bed and breakfast.

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