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Lee (Massachusetts)

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Lee is a city in the Berkshire Hills region of Massachusetts.

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Lee is at Exit 2 of Interstate 90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike, a toll road). Downtown is about 1 mile west on Route 20.

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  • October Mountain State Forest, Woodland Road, Phone: +1 413 243-1778, [1]. This is the largest state forest in Massachusetts at 16,500 acres. Trails for every level of experience are available, including the Appalachian Trail and a trail through Schermerhorn Gorge, a noted geological feature. There are also many great trails for ATV's. The Forest also has 46 campsites on a sunny hill. Snowmobiling and car-top boating is available.

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Hotels[edit]

  • Best Western Black Swan Inn, 435 Laurel Street, +1 413 243-2700, Toll-free: +1 800 876-7926, Fax: +1 413 637-0798, [2].

Bed and Breakfasts[edit]

  • Applegate Inn Bed and Breakfast of the Berkshires, 279 West Park Street, phone: +1 413 243-4451, [3].

Camping[edit]

  • October Mountain State Forest, Woodland Road, Phone: +1 413 243-1778. Mid May to mid October. Reservations suggested. Forty six campsites on 3 tiers. RV maximum length 34 ft, no electric hookups.

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Routes through Lee
AlbanyWest Stockbridge
Rest area ←
 W noframe E  → Rest area → WestfieldSpringfield
PittsfieldLenox  W noframe E  BecketSpringfield




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