Located in the southeast portion of Berkshire County, the town of Otis, MA was established in 1810. First established because of it proximity to the Old Knox Trail, the old Boston to Albany Turnpike, the town has now become a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Along with the natural elements of the town there is a ski resort, multiple campgrounds and State Forest Preserves. Or, maybe you would like to visit Otis, MA to partake in some of the amazing trout fishing that the Farmington River has to offer.

Otis, MA

First Congregational Church

Otis, MA quick facts:
Population: 1,365
Settled: 1735
Incorporated: 1773
Named after Harrison Gray Otis
Elevation: 1220ft
Otis, MA town website
Town Hall: 1 North Main Rd., Otis, MA 01253
Phone: (413) 269-0100

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