Camping in the Berkshires is definitely a fun, adventurous and peaceful summer activity. Is there anywhere else you would rather camp? If you're new to the area or are new to camping and are looking for some campsite options in Berkshire County, we've comprised a list based on campsite/campground recommendations by local residents along with campsites that scored well on Google. Keep in mind, some campgrounds may not be currently taking reservations and/or may not be open for the season yet. Plus, with the current situation, there could be delayed openings or unique hours. The best bet is to call which you would have to do anyway if you're planning on making a reservation. Take a look at the list below. The list is arranged alphabetically by town. Summer is in the air.
Bellows Pipe Leanto - Adams
Bonny Rigg Camping Club Inc - Becket
Clarksburg State Park - Clarksburg
Sherman Brooks Campsite - Clarksburg
Crystal Mountain Campsite - Dalton
Camp Overflow - East Otis
Laurel Ridge - Campground - East Otis
Tolland State Forest Campground - East Otis
Savoy Mountain State Forest Campground - Florida
Beartown State Forest - Great Barrington
Prospect Lake Park - Great Barrington
Berkshire Vista Resort Inc. - Hancock
Bissellville Campground - Hinsdale
Fernwood Forest Campground - Hinsdale
Mt. Greylock Campsite Park - Lanesborough
October Mountain State Forest Campground - Lee
Laurel Ridge Campsite - Mt. Washington
Race Brook Falls Campsite - Mt. Washington
Sages Ravine Campsite - Mt. Washington
YMCA Camp Hi-Rock 1973 - Mt. Washington
Historic Valley Campground at Windsor Lake - North Adams
Prospect Lake Campground - North Egremont
Klondike Campground - Otis
Bonnie Brae Campground - Pittsfield
Ponderosa Pine Campground - Pittsfield
Pittsfield State Forest - Pittsfield
Cold Spring Campground - Sandisfield
Mountain View Campground - Sandisfield
Summit Hill Campground - Washington
Privacy Campgound - Williamstown
Sperry Road Campground - Williamstown
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