Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on all state lands.
Be bear aware: Don't forget you are in Black Bear country. Never physically confront, feed, torment or throw anything at bears. Take appropriate precautions with food so as not to attract bears.
Pets are permitted, except in yurts and on yurt sites. Pets must be on a 10-foot maximum leash and attended at all times. Must have proof of current Rabies vaccine. Please be courteous and clean up after your pet.
All Terrain Vehicles: Are permitted during daylight hours on designated trails only, from May 1 through last Sunday in November (call ahead for details). No access from campground. ATVs must be on trailer in campground. Designated parking at selected sites, refer to trail map.
Snowmobiling: is available, conditions permitting (4-inch minimum hard-packed snow base).
Universal Access: a wheelchair accessible day-use area and trail are available at Washington Mountain Marsh. Refer to trail map.
Boating: car top boating is available at Housatonic River (public access nearby at New Lenox Rd.), Buckley Dunton Reservoir and October Mountain Reservoir day-use area. Stop aquatic hitchhikers; please ensure that your boat and equipment are clean before launching.
Appalachian Trail access: is available on U.S. Route 20 at Becket-Lee town line, 5 miles east of downtown Lee; and on Pittsfield Rd./Washington Mountain Rd. in town of Washington.
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