Incorporated in 1775, the Berkshire County town of New Marlborough, MA was first settled as an agricultural area with many mills along the town’s rivers. Today, New Marlborough is a rural community with many full-time residents as well as second homers. Three rivers flow through the town, the Konkapot River, Umpachene River and the Whiting River. These rivers feed into the Housatonic River. If you are visiting New Marlborough, MA you will want to take a look at Campbell’s Falls, where the Whiting River cascades down an 80 foot drop.
New Marlborough, MA information:
Named for Marlborough, MA
New Marlborough, MA town website
Town Hall: PO Box 99, Mill River, MA 01244
Phone: (413) 229-8116
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