Image of boy on rope course at Catamount Adventure Park
The Catamount Adventure Park offers family fun for ages 8 and up. This aerial forest adventure is fun, exciting and safe for all participants. The park offers eight different courses for all abilities. You will develop skills, endurance and confidence during your time in the Park. The Adventure Park Staff has been thoroughly trained to assist everyone using the Park and is there to help.
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Bash Bish Falls (10 minutes)

Located in the extreme southwest corner of Mass. is Bash Bish Falls, one of Massachusetts’ most dramatic and its highest single-drop waterfall. Cascading water tumbles through a series of gorges and a hemlock-hardwood ravine forest, and then drops about 60 feet into a sparkling pool below.

Race cars at Lime Rock Park

In its 55-year existence, almost all of the sport’s greats have raced here. From the mid-1990s onward, Lime Rock has seen everything from the ground-pounding NASCAR stock cars and modifieds to the technological tour de force ALMS prototypes - The “greenest” racing in North America.

Lit up barn at Tanglewood
Tanglewood (45 minutes)

Visit Tanglewood, the Summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. See amazing classical music concerts, operas, recitals, and festivals as well as contemporary performers such as James Taylor and Carole King.

Image of fire truck at FASNY Museum of Firefighting

To really experience 300 years of firefighting history - whether you are a fire buff, family, firefighter or tourist - you’ll want to visit the FASNY Museum of Firefighting in person for an experience you’ll never forget!

Image of person kneeling by racecar at Lebanon Valley Speedway

Lebanon Valley Speedway is a High-Banked Oval Dirt track that hosts weekly championship auto racing. Located on Route 20, in West Lebanon, New York.

Image of field of wine grapes at Hudson Chatham Winery

The Hudson Chatham Winery is open for year round wine tasting! The Hudson-Chatham Winery is the dream of Carlo and Dominique DeVito, both publishing professionals who have long shared a love of wine. This exciting new winery, which specializes in small hand-made batches of wine, is dedicated to the richness of the Hudson River Valley. The winery features hand-crafted wines, cheeses and desserts, and includes vineyard tours and a gazebo with scenic views.

Image of bottled spirits at Harvest Spirits

Harvest Spirits is a distillery, offering tastings of their Applejack, Vodka and Flavored Brandy. A great way to finish a day of apple picking or pumpkin picking!

Image of people gathered around someone talking for Hillrock Estate Distillery

Only 6 miles from Copake KOA. “Our mission is to produce the finest hand-crafted spirits made with our own grain, floor malted, craft distilled in our copper pot still, aged in fine oak and hand bottled at our estate in the Hudson Valley Highlands. Crowned by a fine 1806 Georgian house built by a successful grain merchant and Revolutionary War Captain and meticulously restored to its original beauty, Hillrock Distillery overlooks our rolling barley fields and the distant Berkshire Mountains. Like our premier spirits, every detail refined, no expense spared, quality steeped in the tradition of 200 years of rich history.”

Old time image of men together for Chatham Brewing

Chatham Brewing is the brainchild of two beer lovers: Jake and Tom. Beers are brewed weekly, using all natural ingredients. Just hops, barley, malt, yeast and that magic elixir called Chatham water. Stop by for a taste.

Image of a red barn at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including beloved paintings from The Saturday Evening Post and the Four Freedoms, and the best in the field of American illustration. Experience Rockwell’s art, life and legacy in the artist’s picturesque New England hometown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts nestled in the culturally rich Berkshires.

Image of the home of Frederic Chuch

Visitors touring the majestic home of Frederic Church will be led on a trip through time, seeing a remarkably preserved home, complete with much of the original furniture. World-class paintings from Church’s personal collection grace the walls of this beautiful mansion.

Image of Lindenwald, home at Martin Van Buren National Historic Site

The centerpiece of this site is Lindenwald, the retirement home of the nation’s eighth President. The original Federal-style home was enlarged in the Italianate style by President Van Buren.

Image of building in Hancock Shaker Village

The Shakers trace their beginnings to Manchester, England, in 1747. They called themselves The United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing. They soon became known as Shakers because of the trembling, whirling, and shaking that affected them during their spiritually ecstatic worship services. Misunderstood and persecuted in their native England, the Shakers nonetheless gathered a small group of enthusiastic followers to their new Christian lifestyle and beliefs. Hancock Shaker Village is open from early April through October each year. Guided tours are available for groups with advance reservations.