Bash Bish Falls State Park


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Bash Bish Falls State Park


Location:In the southern Berkshires of western Massachusetts, next to Mount Washington State Forest (see separate entry).
Facilities:Trails, scenic viewing area.
Activities:Fishing, hiking.
Special Features:Bash Bish Falls is one of the state's most dramatic and the highest single-drop waterfall. The water tumbles through a series of gorges and a hemlock hardwood ravine forest, then drops about 60 feet into a pool below. The park is located in the extreme southwest corner of the state, next to Mount Washington State Forest, and also adjoins New York's Taconic State Park.
Address:c/o Mount Washington State Forest
RD 3 East St
Mount Washington, MA 01258

Phone:413-528-0330
Web: www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/western/bash.htm
Size: 200 acres.

See other parks in Massachusetts.