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Field Farm

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554 Sloan Rd, Williamstown, MA 01267-3059
+1 413-528-6888
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Needs some work

This was my second time visiting. Went two years ago around the same time. Weather was a lot nicer... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jamie W
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North Adams Massachusetts
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Surprisingly quiet, peaceful place to walk

A beautifully maintained nature preserve with well-marked trails of different types — from rolling... read more

Reviewed 29 October 2017
Parizad B
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From a pair of Modernist houses nestled against a hillside, you'll admire Mount Greylock rising across the valley. Follow trails past fields and marsh and wander through manicured gardens graced by sculptures.
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  • Very good49%
  • Average8%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
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“mid century” (2 reviews)
“north trail” (2 reviews)
“fall foliage” (2 reviews)
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554 Sloan Rd, Williamstown, MA 01267-3059
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This was my second time visiting. Went two years ago around the same time. Weather was a lot nicer. Did the “North trail” and it was nice. Yesterday did the south trial. They have markings on trees to find your way through. Um south trail...More

Thank Jamie W
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Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

A beautifully maintained nature preserve with well-marked trails of different types — from rolling grassy green paths in open areas to root-covered ‘foresty’ ones. All with gorgeous backdrop of mountains in the distance. Level of hiking would be appropriate for kids and pets.

1  Thank Parizad B
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Reviewed 17 September 2017

One of our friends had read a review about Field Farm and thought it a good plce to visit for a nature walk. Our nature walk was on a path riddled with tree roots around a scummy pond that I guessed was once a farm...More

1  Thank Stuart L
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

We stopped at Field Farm to enjoy the hike around the pond and look at the 2 homes that are on the property - 2 very different architectural styles, both very interesting. This is a lovely place to see some sculpture in the garden, see...More

Thank Barbara H
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Wow, spectacular location (I'm going to have to stay at the guesthouse some time). Great views of Mt Greylock. I went for a two mile run to check out the "north loop". It was well marked and the field was nicely groomed. It was a...More

Thank dave d
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Reviewed 24 May 2017

Field Farm is a great place to take in nature. Birds are plentiful and the views are gorgeous. The property also features two examples of mid-century homes, which are sometimes open to the public.

Thank Mark M
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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

We went on a sunny day to enjoy the trails we had not taken before and to get new fall photographs to share. The trails are well marked, maintained and easy to use. While not accessible for wheelchairs, these are fine for families and older...More

1  Thank mtsummit
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

Field Farm has some beautiful views, the pond life is interesting to observe and the trails are relatively well maintained. Just beware that if you visit after a recent rain, trails will be boggy in parts. So be prepared to get a bit muddy! This...More

1  Thank MontereyMama83
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Reviewed 29 April 2016

I tried two trails and were all very well kept--the North Trail was muddy when I went, but it rained the day before

Thank LatteMiele1
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

If you don't stay at the guest house, just park and walk around the (new) trail through the fields and forests. Very flat hike -- no climbing -- the mountains are there, but to be seen not climbed! Some unusual outdoor artwork near the guest...More

2  Thank EagleEyeBoston
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