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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Massachusetts’ Berkshires

Surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful mountains, the Berkshires are home to more than a hundred cultural attractions and plenty of chances to get out and enjoy nature. In this outdoor wonderland, hiking is one of the best ways for campers to see the gorgeous landscape. Take the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, a 12.7 mile paved trail that is open to hiking, biking, roller-blading and, in the winter, cross-country skiing.

Or camp near the Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, where trails criss-cross through 1000 acres of woods and meadows. Birdwatching is excellent here, but what you’ll certainly see the most evidence of is one of Pleasant Valley’s most industrious animals: the beavers who are continually building and expanding their dams.

To get the adrenaline pumping, go whitewater rafting on the Deerfield River. 25 miles of river offers mild, intermediate, and wild levels of wet summer fun. Trips can be a half day or a full day, and there are plenty of outfitters ready to supply you with what you need--or lead the trip themselves.

But camping in the Berkshires wouldn’t be complete without experiencing it in the winter. There is so much to do on these mountains and slopes. Downhill skiing, boarding, and tubing on 24 trails at Bousquet Mountain, or go snowmobiling in one of Massachussets’ many state parks. Hilltop Orchards and Winery rents snowshoes, and cross-country skis--and stay there later to sample the wine.

Whatever you’re looking for in a camping retreat can be found year-round in the Berkshires. Make sure to put it on your list.

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