Top Things to Do in Greenfield Town, MA
- Green River Park
- Greenfield Beach
- Greenfield Energy Park
- Guiding Star Grange
- Poet's Seat Tower
- Rocky Mountain Park
- Temple Woods
Greenfield Massachusetts, a scant 40 miles north of Springfield, is located at the junction of the Deerfield, Green, and Connecticut Rivers.
Rocky Mountain Park lies between the town and the Connecticut River which gives its many hiking trails some fantastic views! Located in this park is the Poet’s Seat Tower which is a sandstone tower built for observation in 1912.
Temple Woods adjoins Rocky Mountain Park and contains more hiking trails ranging in difficulty from beginner to experienced. An old bear’s den and an outlook from which to view the entire town are two must-see spots within this park.
Greenfield provides a venue for golf in the form of its Municipal Golf Course. From there, it’s a quick jaunt over to Green River Park in which families can find play areas for children and pets as well as covered picnic areas.
Greenfield Energy Park displays exhibits regarding renewable energies, a native arboretum, public art, and concerts, while the Guiding Star Grange is a local theater for traditional music and dance.
With these activities, Greenfield’s scenic views, and historic downtown make it a required stop for the whole family!
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