C.M. Gardner State Park

Route 112
Huntington, MA 01050

413-354-6347

C. M. Gardner State Park is located in the rolling Berkshire foothills along a scenic section of the Westfield River East Branch. In summer the sunlit mountain river here is a delightful spot to relax. A wooded picnic area is available on the banks of the river.

Also nearby are two impressive flood control dams managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Knightville Dam and Littleville Dam each over 160 feet high.

The land was given in 1959 for a state park in memory of Charles M. Gardner of Huntington, farmer, writer and National Grange leader from 1913-47.

Activities

Picnicking
Enjoy a relaxing picnic in the wooded area along the river banks.

All Activities at C.M. Gardner State Park
Hiking
Canoeing and kayaking
Fishing
Hunting

Facilities at C.M. Gardner State Park
Canoe launch area
Grills
Picnic area
Restrooms

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