Windsor State Forest
Deep in the rolling hills of the Berkshire highlands, Windsor State Forest's cascading waterfall at Windsor Jambs stands out for its spectacular beauty. Windsor Jambs Brook plunges through a 25-foot-wide gorge, with 80-foot-high granite walls rising on either side; a beautiful and refreshing place to visit.
The popular day-use area along the Westfield River offers a 100-foot sandy beach for swimming with wooded picnic sites. 24 limited-service campsites are also available (no showers or flush toilets). Trails and old dirt roads that wind through the "The Bush" are favored by hikers, cross-country skiers and snowmobiles. Fishermen and hunters are also welcome.
Beautiful state park that is no longer staffed do to legislatures wastefull spending, but public being the owner, can still use it. Gate to parking lot locked.
Lovely place to go for a walk.
This is a grade place to come and find useful information about the area!