- The list below includes 124 free or cheap things to do in or near Charlemont, Massachusetts, including 80 different types of inexpensive activities like Ziplines, Rafting, Forests and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Mohawk Trail State Forest to Hawley Bog, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Charlemont and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brattleboro, North Adams, Northampton and Williamstown.
Windsor Lake Park is a small park encompassing Windsor Lake. Those interested in water sports and activities may enjoy Windor Lake as a place to swim (with lifeguards,) boat, and fish. The park also maintains a playground and campground.
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1267 Church Street, North Adams, MA 1247 MoreLess Info
At Peter W. Foote Vietnam Veterans Memorial Skating Rink, visitors can attend public freestyle skating sessions. The rink also hosts skating clubs, as well as women's hockey, youth hockey, and adult hockey leagues.
For guests looking to swing their golf clubs or have some fun putting, The Range offers both a miniature golf park and a driving range. There are also batting cages and a food area featuring snacks, drinks, and ice cream.
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74 Church Street, North Adams, MA MoreLess Info
Rumored to be haunted, the picturesque and historic Blackinton Mansion (North Adams Public Library) is a fully functioning public library located in the restored Blackinton Mansion. The library hosts a variety of special events for the public.
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Western Gateway Heritage State Park, Bldg 5A, North Adams, MA 1247 MoreLess Info
The North Adams Museum of History and Science features an array of exhibits and attractions for children and adults. Exhibits include a model of the solar system, a recreated military barracks, and many other historic and scientific attractions.
Historical Western Gateway Heritage State Park is a former railroad yard turned urban park. Artifacts, audio-visual presentation and restored buildings combine to offer visitors an engineering exhibit of the 19th century Hoosac Tunnel.
Located within Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, MCLA Gallery 51 displays a variety of artwork, from sculpture to paintings. On average, the gallery hosts 10 different exhibits a year, with the gallery operated by students.