Birch Berry Pines

Lanesborough, Massachusetts

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$100/night

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Drive right up to your own luxury glamping site in the Berkshires, only 45 minutes outside of Albany, with free, unlimited firewood! The owls will be waiting for you.

Drive down your own driveway to your exclusive and secluded campsite, conveniently located near some of the Berkshires' most popular attractions. We are walking distance to Ramblewild Tree Top Adventure, one of the top aerial adventure parks in the country. A short 2 mile drive will get you to Jiminy Peak, a great destination for mountain/downhill biking, alpine slide, zip-lining and all sorts of activities. Hike Mount Greylock, Massachusett's tallest mountain, or check out the section of the Appalachian Trail that cuts through this part of the state. Pontoosuc and Onota Lakes are perfect spots to kayak, swim, fish, or partake in a variety of water sports. Take in all the culture of this region while your here - find a dance performance at Jacob's Pillow, or wander through the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, or the Norman Rockwell Museum!

You may not want to leave your site, though - this private slice of heaven exceeds the Tentrr standard, and we will go out of our way to make sure your stay is enjoyable, safe and fun. This site is equipped with lanterns, firewood, fire starters, toilet paper, paper towels, and garbage bags at no cost, for your convenience. Be sure to check out our extras to see how you can further enhance your camping adventure. Please note that Verizon cell service works well at the site, and please check out the videos below so you know exactly what to expect when you get here!

https://bit.ly/2weUGzm ...Around the site
https://bit.ly/2VMZV3q ...Eagle eye view
https://bit.ly/2QnPfqW ...Road to the site

Directions to the site. Coming from the West (NY) you would come up or down Rt22 or over Rt43. Follow Rt 43 East from the Rt22 / Rt 43 interchange, then Right on Brodie Mtn Road, then right on Bailey Rd. Turn left on dirt road just before the guardrail starts on Bailey rd 1/10 of a mile down. If you are coming from Western Mass, and/or North on Rt 7, Turn left on Bailey Rd for 2.5 miles, then right on dirt road just as the Last Guardrail ends on the right (just pass 232 Bailey Rd paved driveway). 2 SunFlower decorations will greet you on either side of the dirt road. 400 ft down to your site.

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