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My husband and I thouroghly enjoyed our hike at this beautiful spot after a recent dumping of snow this past Saturday. However as we were nearing the end I was attacked by a Rottweiler as I walked past him and his owner. Im fine with...More
The reservation area is relatively small with a view of the gorge. It ties to the East Trail along the river for a nice hike along a woods road. There is access to the river if you wish to fish or Wade.
A friend and I took our dogs here to walk and swim and it was just perfect. The trail is nicely maintained and after walking for a bit, there were nice swimming entrances for the dogs .. or for people, if desired! Enjoyed by fly...More
What a wonderful place! This nature reserve, cared for by Trustees of the Reservation, is peaceful and stunningly beautiful. Easy walking trails - it's 1.6 mile trail connects with longer trails in an adjacent state forest. Beautiful in any season - for walking, meditating, picnicking,...More
Only a little less than 1/2 mile of trail but some nice views of the E Branch of the Westfield River as it flows through the gorge. Well maintained little park. Great spot for a picnic (tables included).
Now here's a little known and fun factoid of New England geography - you can visit two different river gorge natural attractions called Chesterfield Gorge in a single day, one of them in rural Massachusetts and another about 61 miles northeast in rural New Hampshire....More
One of the best kept secrets in western Mass. Give yourself plenty of time to follow the east branch of the Westfield River. It's a dirt road but not a traveled road so there's plenty of elbow room for walking, biking, horseback riding, running and...More
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It is possible for people with physical disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, to take in the view at the Gorge. Unfortunately, there is no accessible bathroom facility. Glendale Falls has similarly... More
It is possible for people with physical disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, to take in the view at the Gorge. Unfortunately, there is no accessible bathroom facility. Glendale Falls has similarly accessible parking and access to the top of the falls. In both cases the view is within 50 yards or so and we encourage picnicking! They are natural settings, however, so full access for anyone with a physical disability is limited. Please let us know if there are any other questions that we can answer.