More than a trail.A journey.

The seasons come alive on The Mohawk Trail.

Browse through these pages and you will soon discover an area rich in history. The Mohawk Trail is the first scenic road in New England. It officially opened on October 22, 1914. With 63 miles of unsurpassed splendor and 50,000 acres of state parks and forests, it's an excellent vacation choice for fun and adventure for all ages during any season.

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What's Happening?

Every Sun through Jun 30

Tall Tree Tour @ Mohawk Trail State Forest

10:30am–12:00pm Ages 6 to adult. Mohawk Trail State Forest famously features the tallest trees in the entire …

Mohawk Trail State Forest (175 Mohawk Trail / 1 Cold River Road, Charlemont MA 01339)

Jun 23

In Focus: “What’s Love Got to Do With it?”

11:15am–12:15pm Permanent Collection Galleries A Clark educator leads a thematic tour of the Clark’s permanent …

The Clark (225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267)

Every Sun through Jun 30

Swirls and Swags: Fun with Ceramic Designs

12:00pm–4:30pm Play at the History Workshop and explore the work of Thomas Commeraw, a free Black potter of early …

Historic Deerfield (80 Old Main Street, Deerfield MA 01342)

Every Sun through Jun 30

In Their Footsteps: The CCC Legacy @ Mohawk Trail State Forest

1:00pm–3:00pm Ages 8 to adult. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) built Mohawk Trail State Forest in the 1930s. …

Mohawk Trail State Forest (175 Mohawk Trail / 1 Cold River Road, Charlemont MA 01339)

Jun 23

Music on the Moltz Terrace: Garcia People and Mountain Movers

5:00pm–6:30pm The Clark Art Institute presents a four-part outdoor concert series this summer. Basic and Erica …

The Clark (225 South Street, Williamstown MA 01267)

Every Mon through Jul 22

Summer Youth Garden Program @ the North Adams Public Library

10:30am–11:30am Monday, 10:30am -11:30pm June 24th – August 12th No Meeting on July 29th Youth Garden Club with …

North Adams Public Library (74 Church Street, North Adams MA 01247)

Featured Businesses & Attractions

Ann Brauer Quilt Studio

Unforgettable art quilts Yes … you can watch a nationally acclaimed quilt artist Ann Brauer make her quilts in her brand new studio overlooking the Deerfield River. For more than 30 years, Ann Brauer …

Wagon Wheel Restaurant

A country drive-in restaurant; indoor & outdoor seating; Serving salads, grilled burgers, hot dogs, hand-cut fries, falafal, Gyro, fresh fish, homemade soups and chili., Also locally …

1Berkshire

A region-wide organization focused on economic development and promotion of the Berkshires as a preferred place to visit, to live, and to grow a business. 1Berkshire provides programs that connect …

Quaker Meeting House

The Quaker Meting House is the most important historical landmark in Adams. It is a memorial to the pioneer people who first settled the tract of land that became Adams. The Quakers, or Friends as …

Deerfield Inn

An original 1884 country inn in a National Historic Landmark village, the Deerfield Inn has 24 individual guest rooms in two buildings, and Champney's Restaurant & Tavern - a fine restaurant and …

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Williamstown

Experience Williamstown new hotel – 3 floors, 94 large guest rooms feature plush bedding, workspaces, mini-refrigerators and microwaves. Get your day started with Free WIFI and breakfast. After a …

Thunderbolt Ski Museum

What you'll see: Exhibits honoring the "legends" of the trail, as well as ones featuring clothing, equipment and other memorabilia. Also, a documentary and films are shown on a regular basis.

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