Located in Hawley, Plainfield and Savoy, the 7,882
acre state forest is open year round for various uses with over
47 miles of snowmobile trails, 35miles of horse trails, six miles
of hiking trails and a one mile interpretive trail. There is an
abundance of historic and archeological resources in this forest.
These include the many cellar holes which make up the now abandoned
village of South Hawley; a rare "beehive" charcoal kiln;
and remains of mill and factory structures at Hallockville Pond.
Dubuque State Forest is located in the northern part of the Berkshires
in western Massachusetts.
From East or West: Rte. 2 to Charlemont. Rte. 8A
south to entrance.
From South and North Take Route 8A from Route 116 Forest and
Americrops headquarts on the left.
For more information