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(3/25/2020) This week, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker issued a stay at home advisory, requiring all non-essential businesses to close. He also encouraged people to take walks in parks and nature to maintain physical and mental health. With those directives to guide us, BNRC will leave most of its trails open to the public for the time being, with the exception of Parsons Marsh Reserve and accessible trail, as it is impossible to maintain appropriate social distance on the narrow boardwalks.
Berkshire Natural Resources Council owns over 11,000 acres where you can hike, snowshoe, run, hunt, take a nap, birdwatch, paint pictures, take photos, hunt for geocaches or place one yourself (check with us for simple guidelines), picnic, or walk your dog responsibly. See individual property pages for more information.
hiking bird watching snow shoeing
bicycling berry picking canoeing
geocaching swimming picnicking
scenic view hunting horseback riding
xc skiing accessible trail