Echo Hill

New Marlborough, Massachusetts



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Private campsite in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains!

This quiet, secluded camp on over 30 acres is a great place to unplug and rewind. There is also plenty to do in the towns nearby!

Echo Hill is located in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains, home to world-class museums and Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts, a great place to hike and picnic. This region is the hub of the Berkshire farm-to-table movement and has a rich antiquing culture. Norman Rockwell lived in this region. New England downtowns are filled with shopping, galleries and delicious dining options.


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