Whitney’s Farm Market & Garden Center offers a large variety of plants, garden curios, homegrown sweet corn, produce, deli, bakery. Pumpkin fest w/corn maze. Xmas trees. Petting zoo.
The Berkshire town of Cheshire, MA became incorporated in 1793 and is most historically known for being home to some of the earliest glassmakers in Western Massachusetts. Cheshire also gifted a 1,450 pound cheese to Thomas Jefferson in 1801 to celebrate his election to the White House. Today, Cheshire is a wonderful town to visit especially if you want to spend some time outdoors. The Ashuwillticook Rail Trail runs through Cheshire, MA which is great for walking, biking or skating on. The trail goes right by Cheshire Lake which is fun for boating and fishing, or you can try challenging yourself by hiking the Appalachian Trail which crosses through the small Western Massachusetts town.
Cheshire, MA information:
Named after Cheshire, England
Founded by Babtists from Rhode Island
Cheshire, MA town website
Town Hall: 80 Church St, Cheshire, MA 01225
Phone: (413) 743-1690
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Bass Water Grill offers casual lakeside dining. Full menu including pasta, seafood, steaks and full bar.
Bass Water Grill is located at 287 South State Street, Cheshire, MA 01225.
Phone: (413) 743-1911
Harbour House Inn B&B is a beautiful and historic 18th Century Georgian Colonial. Centrally located near many area attractions.
Whitney’s Farm Market is a full service garden center offering: fresh produce, grinders, wraps, & sandwiches, full deli & bakery, homemade pies & breads, famous cider donuts & maple donuts and propane refills.