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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Berkshire Cider Project image
North Adams, MA
(Range: 2 miles)
It starts in orchards and forgotten apple trees across Berkshire county. Our ciders are complex and refreshing, like sparkling wine. Always 100% apples and no sugar added. Located in a former textile mill, we’re part of the growing community of artists and makers at Greylock WORKS in North Adams, MA. (Curated content from www.berkshire-cider.com)
Forest Park Country Club image
(Range: 5 miles)
Forest Park Country Club and Golf Course features a regulation 18-Hole golf course designed by Gene Hamm with Bermuda fairways and bent grass greens. (Curated content from forestparkcc.org)
Waubeeka Golf Links image
(Range: 7 miles)
A public course, Waubeeka also offers a variety of memberships. It hosts many tournaments and charitable events and also offers clinics, private lessons and junior camps throughout the year. Waubeeka is highly rated by Golf Digest with 4 out of 5 stars, along with numerous accolades from New England magazines and player satisfaction! (Curated content from www.waubeeka.com)
Berkshire East Ski Area image
(Range: 11 miles)
With our world-class whitewater rafting, best-on-the-East Coast downhill mountain bike park, three zip line tours, one of the longest mountain coasters in the world, a great adventure park, beautiful farm-style lodging, and a rustic wedding venue, Berkshire East Mountain Resort is one the coolest facilities in New England.  (Curated content from berkshireeast.com)
Zoar Outdoor image
(Range: 12 miles)
Our exhilarating whitewater rafting, kayaking, and zip lining activities make for fun and memorable adventures.  (Curated content from www.zoaroutdoor.com)
Bennington Museum image
(Range: 13 miles)
Bennington Museum presents and explores the rich culture of southern Vermont, eastern New York State, northwestern Massachusetts, and southern New Hampshire in all its forms, from the 18th century to the present. We connect you with objects of art and history, and put them into context across time and place through innovative exhibitions and programming, virtually and in-person, year round. (Curated content from benningtonmuseum.org)
Woodford State Park image
(Range: 13 miles)
At 2400 feet, this 398-acre park has the highest elevation campground of any park in Vermont. Woodford is located on a mountain plateau surrounding Adams Reservoir. The high elevation spruce/fir/birch forest provides an ideal setting for the park. Woodford borders the George Aiken Wilderness Area, which is in the Green Mountain National Forest. There are several lakes and ponds in the surrounding area. (Curated content from vtstateparks.com)
Bennington Performing Arts Center image
(Range: 13 miles)
BPAC is downtown Bennington’s cultural cornerstone. It is home to two resident theater companies: Oldcastle Theatre Company, a professional regional theater company, and Bennington Community Theater, devoted to creating community through theater.  (Curated content from benningtonperformingartscenter.org)
Jiminy Peak image
(Range: 13 miles)
Located in Hancock, MA - in the Berkshires. Largest ski and snowboard resort in southern New England. (Curated content from www.jiminypeak.com)
Bennington Battle Monument image
(Range: 14 miles)
The tallest man-made structure in the State of Vermont commemorates the Battle of Bennington, a pivotal victory for American forces on the New England front of the American Revolution. On August 16, 1777, Vermont’s Green Mountain Boys, the New Hampshire Militia, and volunteers from Massachusetts, defeated British troops charged with capturing provisions stored at the Bennington military supply depot—the site where the monument stands today. (Curated content from historicsites.vermont.gov)