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Agawam

Agawam
Amherst

Amherst plays host to Amherst College, Hampshire College and the University of Massachusetts along with a wonderfully diverse collection of bistros, cafés, eateries, pubs and fine restaurants. Downtown is always bustling with wandering students, locals and tourists browsing shops and just taking in the sights.
Belchertown

Belchertown
Chicopee

Chicopee
Deerfield

Deerfield/South Deefield
East Longmeadow

East Longmeadow


Easthampton is a small city of approx. 16,000 with a growing art community and an abundance of small specialty shops. Dining in Easthampton can consist of a slice and a soda at one of many pizza shops or a four course gourmet meal at one of the few upscale restaurants.
Florence

Florence
Greenfield

Greenfield
Hadley

Hadley "has thrived as a farming community, and today, despite the rapid growth of businesses, it remains deeply rooted in that tradition. There are many sites and attractions in Hadley, some historic and some recreational, a wide variety of organizations and services, plus the countless number of local businesses and farm stands that deliver to Hadley an excellent place to live, work, relax, and visit."
- hadleyma.org
Hatfield

Hatfield is home to fewer than 4,000 residents, borders the western banks of the Connecticut river, and prides itself on being a closely knit rural town.
Holyoke

Holyoke
Huntington

Huntington The Town of Huntington is referred to locally as the gateway to the Berkshires. Bounded by Northampton to the east and Westfield to the south, Huntington is a desirable bedroom community. The town's rural character and its natural resources are a source of pride to all of its almost 2000 residents.
Ludlow

Ludlow
Montague

Montague
Northampton

Northampton According to The Boston Globe - "This small city offers more restaurants and shops, certainly more galleries, theaters and performance venues than most urban centers dozens of times its size. Add two rivers, mountain views, landscaped parks and meadow walks, and you begin to see why people call it paradise."
Palmer

Palmer "John King was the first settler in Palmer, building his home in 1716 on the banks of the Chicopee River. He was followed by a large group of Scottish-Irish Presbyterians who arrived and put down their roots in 1727. Depot Village has been the main commercial and business center for 125 years." - quaboagvalley.org
Shelburne Falls

Shelburne Falls "Located on the scenic and historic Mohawk Trail in the Berkshire foothills, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts is rich with natural beauty, talented artisans, 4 season recreation and an atmosphere that will make you feel right at home. " - shelburnefalls.com
South Hadley

South Hadley "Home to the first navigable canal and first women's' college, Mount Holyoke. South Hadley is rich in history, culture and rural charm in the heart of the Pioneer Valley." - Town of South Hadley
Southampton

Southampton is a small town with fewer than 6,000 residents. Though there are only a handful of dining establishments, don't overlook it when considering an enjoyable meal out.
Southwick

Southwick
Springfield

Springfield is the birthplace of basketball and is western Massachusetts' largest city with over 150,000 residents. The downtown dining scene is very much a destination for many looking for a variety of palatable experiences.
Sunderland

Sunderland Bordered by the Connecticut River on the west, Sunderland is an agricultural town and is home to many tobacco and produce farms and maple sugaring businesses. Sunderland is home to Mount Toby State Forest, a favorite hiking, biking and trail-riding spot. Main Street, a beautiful stretch of land in the center of town, is home to many notable historic homes, maple trees, and wide lawns. - sunderlandguide.com
Turners Falls

Turners Falls Part of the Town of Montague, the Village of Turners Falls is an extraordinary historic mill town that is blossoming from its industrial roots to become a hub of artistic inspiration, recreational adventure and natural beauty. - turnersfallsriverculture.org/
West Springfield

West Springfield is Western Massachusetts 2nd largest town, bordering the Connecticut River on its eastern boundary. West Springfield is the birthplace of the Morgan Horse and the home of the Eastern States Horse Show, one of the oldest in the country. West Springfield is also the home of the Eastern States Exposition ("The Big E"), a state fair for the New England region and one of the largest agricultural fairs in the nation. - sunderlandguide.com
Westfield

Westfield has the second largest land area in Massachusetts with approximately 47 square miles. The city provides a variety of dining establishments to satisfy all tastes.
Wilbraham

Wilbraham
Williamsburg

Williamsburg While scenic Williamsburg is a quiet little town from which one may, summer or winter, step into the forests of the Berkshire Hills, it is the last stop on the Pioneer Valley bus system that connects the town to Northampton, Amherst and all the educational, cultural and market opportunities that the Five College Campus attracts to the Pioneer Valley. - burgy.org

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