McCauley Road, off Rte. 8North Adams, MAPhone: 413-663-6392 or 413-49
Remarkable structures in white marble formed by natural forces
Park rangers are available in summer to guide visitors through this park, with the only naturally formed white marble arch and man-made white marble dam in North America. The park has a beautiful deep gorge formed the Hudson Brook and an abandoned marble quarry. There is a walkway above and through the chasm.
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McLaughlin State Fish Hatchery
East Street, Route 9Belchertown, MAPhone: 413-323-7632
Learn about the raising of fish at one of the largest hatcheries on the East Coast. Wildlife area covers 1,400 acres. Open seven days a week.
Botanic Garden of Smith College
15 College LaneNorthampton, MA, 01063Phone: 413-585-2740
Stroll through a floral wonderland of thousands of plants! Specialty gardens and pressed flowers await plant lovers in the herbarium, and this is the prime place to learn about gardens, conservation, and science.
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Routes 102 and 183Stockbridge, MA, 01262Phone: 413-298-3926
This very old and respect botanical garden is a place of learning as well as pleasure. Classes and lectures are offered on many aspects of gardening and horticulture.
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Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center