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This is a wonderful place for a leisurely walk, or a hike of 8 miles. The scenery around the reservoir is just breathtaking. The trail is flat and easy to walk. We were there on a brisk day in late October, so there were not...More
The Reservoir has recently had its main entrance on Route 202 blocked with concrete barriers and guardrails. The town of Holyoke states this is due to concerns for pedestrian safety. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out an alternative entrance. I finally...More
Skip the mall and visit Ashley Reservoir! This is one of the nicest places in the area to walk or for me to bike ride. I go here quite often just to relax and unwind. Well worth the visit! The parking area could be bigger...More
This is a great place for a long, easy hike or a short walk. The lake is quite large and beautiful, the air smells sweetly of pine, trails are over flat terrain (one can easily push a child in a stroller), and on a 4+...More
This is a picturesque place for outdoor exercise. There are several paths that lead around the reservoir with 3 or 4 different enterances. The entire way around is about 3.3 miles. You'll be able to see wildlife such as geese, turtles, birds, bunnies, deer and...More
Who knew this oasis existed in the middle of Holyoke! We found the review in an article online entitled '14 best trails in Massachusetts to hike' and decided to give it a try this morning! Incredibly beautiful and peaceful, he trails wind along the shore,...More
I was reading an article about the 14 best trails in Massachusetts and this was one of the places. I was thoroughly impressed the trails the wildlife were awesome a very relaxing hike or walk. Highly recommend if you like flat trails at a pretty...More
Safe easy trail around the body of water. During the weekend is pretty nice and nearby with sports people making their jogging or biking. My toddler and I did the 4 mile trail in her bike, it took us about 2 hrs, taking stops to...More
Exit 15 on route 91 from the south. Take a left on lower Westfield road. Go straight through the light and up and down the hill. The entrance is straight ahead. Park on the right before the gate. There are a couple of other... More
Exit 15 on route 91 from the south. Take a left on lower Westfield road. Go straight through the light and up and down the hill. The entrance is straight ahead. Park on the right before the gate. There are a couple of other entrances. One behind the elks lodge and another on the other side.