Dalton Community Recreation Association offers recreation/social/cultural & educational activities. Health center & fitness classes. Special events, sports leagues & camps. Swimming lessons.
Berkshire Equestrian Center is a full service boarding & training center. Hunter/jumper, dressage, equitation & pleasure riding. New outdoor & heated indoor state of the art facility.
Berkshire Equestrian Center is located at 40 Perry’s Peak Road, Richmond, MA 01254.
Phone: (413) 698-3200
Topia Arts Center offers quality music, dance, art exhibits, theater, film, circus arts in center of Adams by the Ashuwillticook bike trail on Route 8.
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation at Sheep Hill is the headquarters for the land conservation trust and a nature center offering nature hikes, back-country skiing, family programming, and conservation planning and land management. Open daily. Organization actively maintains several trails in the Williamstown area.
Music & More at the Meeting House you can see musicians, writers and actors perform in a beautiful Berkshire setting at the Meeting house in New Marlborough.
Music & More at the Meeting House is located on Rt. 57, New Marlborough, MA 01230.
Phone: (413) 229-2785
Winthrop Estate is an elegant estate for your family’s vacation, wedding or special celebration. Situated on more than forty acres in the heart of Lenox.
Originally a Baptist Meeting house, Sandisfield Arts Center, a historic 1839 Greek revival style building was transformed into a community arts center in 1995.
Sandisfield Arts Center is located at 5 Hammertown Road, Sandisfield, MA 01255.
Phone: (413) 258-4100
Bucksteep Manor is a historic inn, chapel and gazebo located in beautiful mountain setting with over 400 acres property. Carriage barn is also available on property for company retreats and wedding.
The Country Club of Pittsfield’s lush, rolling par-71, 18-hole course will challenge your skill and delight your eye. This course was recently upgraded and renovated in 2003 adding over 25 new bunkers and redoing all others. From the tips the course plays a long 6500 yards.
Berkshire Hills Country Club in Pittsfield, Massachusetts has the unique distinction of being the only A.W. Tillinghast golf course in Massachusetts. Course features 18 holes with spectacular panoramic views in the heart of the Berkshires. This is a private course.
Berkshire Hills Country Club is located at 500 Benedict Rd, Pittsfield, MA 01201-2925.
Phone: (413) 442-1451
Tanglewood is the summer home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It holds concerts with many other artists as well throughout the summer months. You can enjoy its beautiful grounds while listening to such artists as Yo Yo Ma and Crosby, Stills and Nash.
The Guthrie Center’s present programs include annual events like “The Walk-A-Thon To Cure Huntington’s Disease” and the “Thanksgiving Dinner That Can’t Be Beat” for families, friends, doctors and scientists who live and work with Huntington’s Disease.
The Guthrie Center is located at 4 Van Deusenville Road, Great Barrington, MA 01230.
The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Inc. is restoring and renovating the historic Mahaiwe Theatre, built in 1905 – for the year round presentation of performing arts, films, lectures and community events.
Cove Bowling and Entertainment has 24 lanes, ten pin bowling w/motorized bumpers, cosmic bowling, indoor 18 hole golf course, arcade, snack bar, adult lounge. Camps/Groups Welcome Open seven days 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Cove Bowling and Entertainment is located at 109 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington, MA 01230.
The SteepleCats organization is a collegiate summer baseball team that brings the best college baseball players from across the country to play summer baseball at Joe Wolfe Field. The team is part of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, a premier summer league that is known for its superb competition. Visit the website for game times and information.
Wahconah Park is a real one-of-a-kind place. One of the last remaining wooden ballparks in the country, it’s also one of only two in which the batter faces the setting sun in the early evening (the other is Sam Lynn Ballpark in Bakersfield, California). Depending on your point of view, the ballpark is either a run-down relic ready for the wrecking ball or a charming, quirky slice of baseball history. The main grandstand, complete with a full roof, really is constructed of wood. Plastic owls dangle from the rafters to thwart birds from nesting, and the “box” seats are simply folding chairs in the first few rows. With its ancient facilities and its setting in a mostly residential neighborhood, seeing a game here is a wonderful trip back in baseball history.