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About Birch Berry Pines

Luxury glamping awaits you in the beautiful Berkshires. Walking distance to Ramblewild, one of the Top 3 Aerial Adventure Parks in the US. Drive down your own driveway to your exclusive and secluded campsite. Check out these video's https://bit.ly/2weUGzm …Around the site https://bit.ly/2VMZV3q …Eagle eye view Local Attractions: -Ramblewild Tree Top Adventure. 2019 Top 3 Aerial Adventure in US. -Jiminy Peak - Mountain/Downhill Biking, Slide, Zip-Line, Summer Fun. -Mt Greylock - Mass tallest mountain. Drive up or hike tons of trails. -Appalachian Trail cuts through this part of Mass. -Watersports at Pontoosuc and Onota Lake. -Lebanon Valley Speedway -Tanglewood -Jacobs Pillow -Mass MOCA -The Clark -Norman Rockwell Museum -Barrington Stage, Shakespeare & Co, Berkshire Theater Group -Williamstown Theater Festival Your campsite will meet the TentRR standard and then some. We want to ensure your stay is enjoyable, safe, and fun. Check out extras to enhance your camping adventure. Verizon cell service is good at the site. One more video from the road: https://bit.ly/2QnPfqW Directions: From the South, come up the Thruway to the Berkshire Spur (90) and take Exit B3 to Rt 22 North. Right on Rt 43, Rt on Brodie Mt Rd, Rt on Bailey Rd. Left on dirt road just before first guardrail. From the East, Take Mass Pike to Lee, then North on Rt 7 through Lanesboro. Left on Bailey Rd, Right on dirt road just after last guard rail at 232 Bailey Rd. From the West, take NYS Thruway to 90 East, to Rt 43 East into Mass. Right on Brodie Mt Rd, Right on Bailey Rd, left on dirt rd just before first guardrail. From the North, come down Rt 7 in Mass through Williamstown. Right on Brodie Mt Rd, Left on Bailey Rd, Left on dirt road just before fist guardrail.

Birch Berry Pines is located in Massachusetts
42.5652 N
-73.2513 W
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