10 Stunning Rural Towns in Ma That You Have to See
Only In Your State made up a pretty good list of rural towns, but some Southcoast towns are missing I think.
Check out the list and then vote for which town SHOULD have made the list down below. My pick? My town of Acushnet of course
This little town is filled with history. It has plenty of museums and craft shops to keep you busy.
This town is nice and quiet to visit. Only 700 residents live here! If you’re looking for peace and quiet and hiking, this is the place for you.
This small town has a book mill! What once was a working mill now is a cafe with rooms filled with used books.
This town is home to the smallest population in Berkshire County with only 167 residents. Its nickname is “Town Among the Clouds” due to its high elevation. Its even frequently shrouded by mist because it’s so high up!
The World Monuments Fund lists this towns landscape as a global treasure because of all the sunflowers you can see. Don’t forget about those sunsets too.
If you’re looking for fresh air and an escape from city life, look no further. This place is best known for the acres upon acres of apple trees.
Another small town in Berkshire County, Adams is quite the place to be. They host RambleFest in the fall, one of the best autumn celebrations in the state.
This tiny town has mountains, brooks, and even features zip lining at 4 canopy tour sites. Not to mention Thunderbolt Mountain Roller coaster is here!
This town is made for nature lovers. It’s surrounded by a colorful forest and wooded hills an even has Mount Greylock in its backyard.
This place is mostly known for its Santarella Gingerbread House. You have to check it out!