Accessible scenic vistas

Discover accessible scenic vistas in Massachusetts state parks.
A sign with arrows is mounted next to a gently-sloping path that leads into a meadow. An arrow pointing to the left says Summit. Arrows pointing to the right say Summit and Scenic View next to an icon of a person in a wheelchair.
Accessible scenic views are offered at several state parks.

You can reach scenic mountaintop views by automobile in spring, summer, and fall. The following locations offer accessible viewing areas and facilities.

Skinner State Park, Hadley

A man in a power wheelchair is sitting at the railing on a deck. The Connecticut River is visible in the distance beyond the railing.
The view from the deck of the Summit House at Skinner State Park.

Mt. Tom State Reservation, Holyoke

Mt. Greylock State Reservation, Lanesborough

A smooth, hard path runs along the edge of a meadow that drops off steeply. The meadow is overlooking distant fields and hills.
Accessible paths wind around the summit area of Mt. Greylock State Reservation.

Pittsfield State Forest, Pittsfield

Wachusett Mountain State Reservation, Princeton

Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation, South Deerfield