Savoy Mountain State Forest
Savoy Mountain State Forest makes it easy to leave the everyday world behind. Scenic North and South Ponds, with wooded edges and hills rising in the distance, offer tranquil places to fish, picnic and swim. 45 campsites and 1 group site are located in an old apple orchard. Four log cabins overlook South Pond, available for year-round rental.
Over 50 miles of wooded trails invite year-round recreational access to spectacular natural features. Hike the Bog Pond Trail, with its floating bog islands. Or climb up Spruce Hill on the Busby Trail for breathtaking views, especially during fall foliage and hawk migration. Be sure to visit Tannery Falls (and nearby Parker Brook Falls), where Ross Brook flows through a deep chasm, and then cascades over 50 feet to a clear pool below.
This is a great camp ground. Sites are nice size, the rangers are very friendly people, and there is a swimming lake close by. One of the best things is that there is little to no cell service here. It really allows you to get away. The hiking trails are fun and marked okay. The area by the waterfall is very beautiful. Can't wait to visit again.
Wonderful campground in The Berkshires. The rangers were very friendly and they are willing to answer any questions about the area and things to do. The campsites and bathhouses are both very well maintained. The lakes are also very nice. Although we could only catch very small fish. Its nice when you camp here. I fell like you're on top of a mountain with no contact to the outside world. The closest town is 15min away.
We have only stayed in the cabins, 1 with electricity, the one pictured are without. There is a fire pit at each out the cabins and a fireplace inside to keep warm. We enjoy the winter months up here, have yet to camp during the summer. Lots of great trails to hike, the ponds to explore and the surrounding areas if you are in this neck of the woods
Very clean and friendly staff. Beautiful scenery in hiking trails such as waterfalls, ponds and picturesque views of mountains from summits. Lovely apple orchard field for family's and kids to play and roam. Nice mix of wooded campsites and open field campsites with some containing a littler of both. Highly recommend if your and avid camper with a family.
Beautiful area of Massachusetts forest. Camp grounds are well maintained, but some roads are poorly kept and will be a big challenge for smaller cars. Straying off the beaten pay can be rewarding here if one wishes for some nice wildlife sighting, but be careful not to get lost. ATVs are outlawed and many of the trails starting to be taken back, but more high traffic areas of the park are still very family friendly!