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Natural Bridge State Park

North Adams, MA 01247
+1 413-663-6312
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Little "hike"

This place was fun. It was great to see all the old mining artifacts. We also hiked down to the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Berkshires, Massachusetts
2nd time her 1st

She saw the sign and asked. we went in and I told her about it. She, my hiking partner and best... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fitchburg, Massachusetts
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North Adams, MA 01247
+1 413-663-6312
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place was fun. It was great to see all the old mining artifacts. We also hiked down to the river's edge and it was fun. Not enough room on trails to walk past people and it was very crowded on a Sunday afternoon. The...More

Thank Afterangel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

She saw the sign and asked. we went in and I told her about it. She, my hiking partner and best friend and I had a blast. We both love nature and hiking and this place is exceptional. And well maintained I might add.

Thank johnm01453
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Came for the rock formations, ended up really loving the old-school graffiti carved into the marble all around the site. It's impressive to see what this brook has done over time, but it's easy to miss the Natural Bridge aspect of this site, as it's...More

1  Thank sadalit
Reviewed 29 June 2017

We were visiting the area and stopped into this park. It is interesting, well maintained, and there are terrific placards that tell its story -- well worth stopping in. Maybe 1 mile total walking distance, and great combination of natural beauty and learning opportunity. Geologists...More

Thank Cariest
Reviewed 21 June 2017

The rock formations here are interesting. There is a little bit of walking involved. In typical Massachusetts fashion everything is roped off.

Thank Bryan603
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Our only fully sunny day so we took full advantage of being outdoors starting with the Natural Bridge State Park. Though not yet open for the season, it was worth the short hike in anyway. The hikes included hills but had cleared walkways that made...More

Thank Sisterrhonda
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We went in April so we were the only ones there. There are a lot of man-made walkways so it's not as beautiful a hike compared to other places you can visit in the Berkshires. Other than walking over the natural bridge made of marble,...More

Thank YB1973
Reviewed 7 February 2017

You have to experience. Enjoyed hiking thru the park. Park was clean and accessible. I would go again.

Thank debm2142014
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

We walked in after an overnight snow. The gates were locked so no cars could drive to the top of the hill where the ravine and bridge is found. Private, beautiful, just a couple of dog walkers. The ravine was cut by a small stream...More

4  Thank steveps100
Reviewed 12 December 2016

The park is a nice well-tended respite from civilization, with signs that help recall the area's history as a mill town and marble quarry. The natural bridge itself is quite striking and it's wonderful to watch the water where it's smashed against the rocks for...More

1  Thank chin1ta
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3 June 2016|
Response from Bill N | Reviewed this property |
As I recall there are several viewpoints accessed by stairs, so not accessible.
15 November 2015|
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Response from ragtop_rider | Reviewed this property |
A few years back we parked below the gate and hiked in off-season. I don't recall if there was signage discourging that but I do not beleive there was. It's not a short hike, and it is all uphill, though :)