Historic Valley

The Historical Valley

Ancient Valley campsite, North Adams: Ancient Valley campsite, North Adams, MA. Vineyard camp site at Windsor Lake Articles and Posts: Direct and official information about Historic Valley Park in North Adams, Massachusetts. Well-known as the Boxley Valley Historic District, the Big Buffalo Valley Historic District is a remarkable cultural landscape in the Buffalo National River.

Historical campsite in the valley

Located on the scenic Windsor Lake, this 100-pitch campsite provides 20/30A electricity, sewerage and woody pitches for families. There are lakeshores, wildlife and pitches for your motorhome, caravan or awning. Public Beach on Windsor Lake is home to our Summer Concert Series and has an excellent Snackbar.

Bookings | Historic Valley Campsite

For all bookings a one-time down payment is necessary. You can make your payment by either making a purchase on-line or sending your purchase by post: Cancellations made more than 7 nights prior to your stay will be refunded. No refunds will be made thereafter.

Exceptions are the 4 big holidays, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day & Columbus Day, on these evenings you must book more than 14 nights in advanced to get a full reimbursement. Any reimbursement will be made out by the City of North Adams by cheque approximately 10-14 working day after your application for reimbursement.

Prices | Historic Valley Campsite

Cancellations made more than 7 nights prior to your stay will be refunded. No refunds will be made thereafter. Exceptions are the 4 big holidays, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day & Columbus Day, on these evenings you must book more than 14 nights in advanced to get a full reimbursement.

Any reimbursement will be made out by the City of North Adams by cheque approximately 10-14 working day after your application for reimbursement. There is no reimbursement in case of early departures or bad weathers.

Storic Valley Campsite - Campsites - 200 Windsor Lake Rd, North Adams, MA - Tel.

This is where we were a few week ago during the Solid Sound Festivals, which took place at Mass MoCA. The whole camp site was to be accompanied by our concerts and festivals and we liked the fact that this campsite had a pond. I only complain about problems that can only occur when the campsite is full, as it was when we remained because of the festivals that have increased the number of holidaymakers.

Nevertheless, it was not so terrible and it was a good place for a week-end. That campsite is not a place I would go to, but it was good if we had something to do up there. Notice: The website says you should not use GPS direction leading to Bradley Street, but does not tell you why.

and we took Bradley Street. I guess if you have a large motorhome or trailers, it might be difficult to tow, but otherwise we had no problem with the GPS track.

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