In the Berkshires...
The Berkshires are nestled in the southwestern corner of Massachusetts, bordered by Connecticut to the south and New York to the west. Rich with history, art and performing arts, the Berkshires are also surrounded by natural beauty, with the Appalachian Trail winding through the many streams, lakes, forests and mountains. Scroll down for hotel, transportation, dining, entertainment and recreation options.
The Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce connects you with everything that is going on in the nine towns of Southern Berkshires.
Let Spirit Ballooning guide you on an unforgettable journey above picturesque rural New England. Float through the sky, pick leaves at treetop, and experience the wonder of weightlessness in our beautiful balloons. Complete your adventure with a traditional champagne or sparkling cider toast and light picnic.
Ski Butternut is regarded as the number one Massachusetts Ski Resort. Located on East Mountain, this ski area provides 110 acres of skiing and snowboarding, spread across 22 trails. All trails are covered with snowmaking. A family-oriented ski area, Ski Butternut is ideal for those just learning to ski-or-snowboard. Full service ski and snowboard shop.
One of the oldest original ski operations in the Northeast, Catamount Ski Area is on the MANY state line. 33 trails are spread over 119 skiable acres, with 3 terrain parks, and 99% snowmaking capabilities. In the spring and summer, visit the Adventure Park--an exciting aerial forest adventure that provides a variety of courses that are fun for everyone.
Now open to the public, offering 18 holes of golf, a fully stocked pro shop, driving range, rental clubs and lessons.
Lime Rock Park is a natural-terrain motor-sport road-racing venue located in Lime Rock, Connecticut. Lime Rock Park is revered for its scenic beauty and rich history. The track celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2007.
Ninety miles of footpaths that run through western MA with backcountry campsites and shelters.
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world's largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art as the best of American illustration.
Performing Shakespeare and new plays in the Berkshires - Founded by Tina Packer, professional theater company in Lenox, MA.
Tanglewood is a music venue in the towns of Lenox and Stockbridge in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. It has been the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1937.
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, commonly referred to as the Clark, is an art museumand research institution located in Williamstown, Massachusetts, United States.
Visit the historic Jacob's Pillow to see inspiring dance performances, study at The School, and attend free events, talks, tours, classes, and more.
Great Barrington and the surrounding area offers some great dining options that feature locally sourced foods, fresh options and a wide variety of flavors. Below are some of our favorites. Click here for a Yelp listing of restaurant options.
415 Stockbridge Road , Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230
10% off for “Great Barrington Airport” visitors
TAXI COMPANY OF GREAT BARRINGTON
Prices One-Way From Airport to:
Catamount Ski - $30
Butternut Ski - $14
Downtown - $10-$12