Mount Greylock State Reservation - Massachusetts

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Street Address and Phone Number

Visitor Center, 30 Rockwell Road, P.O Box 138, Lanesborough, MA 01237 -- 413-499-4262

At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts. Rising above the surrounding Berkshire landscape, dramatic views of 60-90 miles distant may be seen. It became Massachusetts' first wilderness state park, acquired by the Commonwealth in 1898, to preserve its natural environment for public enjoyment. Wild and rugged yet intimate and accessible, Mount Greylock rewards the visitor exploring this special place of scenic and natural beauty.

Explore Plan Your Visit for basic visitor services information, maps and brochures, operating hours and seasons.

Visit Recreation for more detailed information on rules and regulations for backpack camping, snowmobiling, visiting with pets and hunting seasons.

Bascom Lodge on the summit offers overnight accommodations and meals from late-May through mid/late-October.

The roads to the summit are open seasonally from late-May through November 1; weather permitting into fall, please call ahead for current road conditions. Following the two-year Historic Parkway Rehabilitation Project the newly restored road system offers numerous opportunities for scenic viewing along this state-designated Scenic Byway. Bascom Lodge and the Veterans War Memorial Tower are open seasonally. The Mount Greylock Campground (primitive overnight area) is accessible by hiking only.

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