Granville State Forest

Granville, Massachusetts

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You’ll find Granville State Forest in the southwestern corner of Massachusetts. The southern edge of the forest is right on the Connecticut border. The campsites at the Halfway Brook camping area are nestled within a fairly dense forest of mostly hardwoods. It’s a relatively small camping area, with only 22 sites situated deep within the borders of the state forest, so it’s nice and quiet here. In the evening, all you’ll hear are the birds as they settle down for the night, the soft rush of Halfway Brook, and the crackle of your campfire. Sites 1 through 5 are definitely worth a look if they’re available. These are set off from the main campground and face West Hartland Road. Site 1 couldn’t be any closer to Halfway Brook, which makes this site particularly attractive. It sits right next to a small pond formed by the intersection of Halfway and Small brooks.
Best Tent Camping: New England

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by Lafe Low (Menasha Ridge Press)

You’ll find Granville State Forest in the southwestern corner of Massachusetts. The southern edge of the forest is right on the Connecticut border. The campsites at the Halfway Brook camping area are nestled within a fairly dense forest of mostly hardwoods. It’s a relatively small camping area, with only 22 sites situated deep within the borders of the state forest, so it’s nice and quiet here.

In the evening, all you’ll hear are the birds as they settle down for the night, the soft rush of Halfway Brook, and the crackle of your campfire. Sites 1 through 5 are definitely worth a look if they’re available. These are set off from the main campground and face West Hartland Road. Site 1 couldn’t be any closer to Halfway Brook, which makes this site particularly attractive. It sits right next to a small pond formed by the intersection of Halfway and Small brooks.

© 2012 Lafe Low/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Granville
Season: Late May–early Sept.
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: Granville State Forest
Facilities: Flush toilets, hot showers, phone
Driving Directions: Directions to Granville State Forest

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