Things to do in Alford-Egremont-West Stockbridge โ€” Bucket List

Numbers 98-104

By Berkshires Macaroni Kid June 11, 2019
Whether looking for things do in West Stockbridge, Egremont, and Alford for kids, parents, grandparents, etc. we’ve got a list that has something fun for every member of your family.

NOTE: As the state releases new guidelines, please practice social distancing guidelines and know that we try to keep these lists as updated as possible. Many sites and venues will not be opening for the summer so please call ahead before going. If you see a change please email

West Stockbridge (98-100)
  • Kayak, fish, swim and enjoy the play area at Card Pond & West Stockbridge Town Hall, West Stockbridge. A play structure, skateboard park, tennis, soccer, and basketball court.
  • Spend some time skipping stones along the stream at Interlaken Park, West Stockbridge, featuring old school playground equipment, an oversized sandbox, and a gravel beach and stonewall. (FREE)
  • Visit the West Stockbridge Library for its weekly StoryCraft event — read stories, sing songs, and make crafts.
Egremont (101-103)
  • Grab your cameras and marvel at the stunning site that is Bash Bish Falls, South Egremont, the county’s most spectacular waterfall, the 80-foot drop if Bash Bish Brook, segmented by a giant boulder, into a crystal clear basin (said to be as deep as the waterfall is high). (FREE)
  • Ski the trails at Catamount Ski Area and Aerial Adventure Park, South Egremont/Hillsdale, NY, and, in the off-season visit the Aerial Adventure Park, with 12 separate courses of varying difficulty, 170 adventure elements and over 50 zip lines, including two 2,000-footers!
  • Hike the 2-mile Jug End Trail Loop (blue triangle trail markers) at the Jug End State Reservation, Egremont/Mount Washington.It will probably take you an hour or two. (FREE)
Alford (104)
  • Hike the Father Loop at Alford Springs, an easy to moderate 4.3-mile trail that takes you to an incredible vista with a view of Mt. Greylock then winds you in and out of the Alford Valley.