Savoy Mountain State Forest is a scenic wooded area in the hills of Massachusetts. Picnicking, fishing and swimming in the peaceful environment are the more common activities at this park. Camping in the park's 45 apple orchard campsites or four rental cabins is another popular pastime. 50 miles of multi-use trails open the door for even more recreational activities including: hiking, mountain biking or cross-country skiing.
The park is located atop the Hoosac Mountain Range in northwestern Massachusetts, providing for a surplus of scenic views.
Trail length: 50 miles
Posted by TrailAPI on January 25, 2013
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Reviewed by appleseed12 on October 10, 2013
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This is a nice area located high up on the Berkshire Plateau. The cabins are great--each is equipped with a wood stove and 2 bunks. The lake is nice, and there are many trails around the park. When I stayed here in the winter of 2011, it snowed 30 inches here overnight! Biggest snowstorm in a while, but we were able to get out just fine.
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Savoy Mountain State Forest
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