Mohawk Trail State Forest
Open: Early May through mid October
Number of Sites: 56
A clear, cold river cascades through Mohawk Trail State Forest along a rocky streambed. One of the most scenic woodland areas in Massachusetts, the state forest offers visitors a taste of real wilderness in a rustic setting. Over 6,000 acres of mountain ridges, deep gorges and tall old-growth trees support a diversity of plant and animal life. 56 wooded campsites are available seasonally, and six overnight log cabins are available year-round.
Discover miles of rivers and streams for excellent trout fishing, a swimming area, and a day-use picnic area. The state forest is located along and named for the Mohawk Trail a historic Native American foot path that connected the Connecticut and Hudson River Valleys. Sections of this route are open for hiking today as the Mahican-Mohawk Trail.
Camping Services and Amenities: 56 campsites. Flush toilets, accessible restrooms, showers, picnic tables, and fireplaces available.
Year-round Cabins: 6 sites. 4 cabins accommodate 4 people or one family, 2 cabins accommodate 3 people.
Group Camping: 1 site, 50 person maximum.
Main Camping Season: early May to mid-October. Open for off-season camping: tenting is first come/first served. Cabin camping available by reservation only, call 877-422-6762 to make a reservation.
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