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Clarksburg State Park, MA

Photo: Clarksburg State Park


The nearly 368 acre forest at Clarksburg State Park offers breathtaking views of both the Berkshire Hills and the Green Mountains. Scenic Mauserts Pond offers swimming, picnicking, fishing and a pavilion area. The pond is skirted by a scenic trail along which visitors can observe a variety of wild plants and animals. In the campground, 44 sites are spread beneath a canopy of majestic pines.

IMPORTANT: MA State Parks prohibits the transportation of firewood into or out of MA State Park Campground facilities. Arriving customers must get their firewood at the campground. Firewood is available for $5.00 per bundle. Pricing may vary at campgrounds with camp stores. Transportation of firewood into or out of MA State Park Campground facilities may result in eviction, or substantial fine, or both.

Services & Amenities:

Within Facility
  • Boating (Non-Motorized)
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Comfort Station
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Hunting
  • Picnicking
  • Skiing (Cross Country)
  • Swimming
Within 10 Miles
  • Museum
Alerts and Important Information

IMPORTANT: The United States Centers for Disease Control, DCR's MassParks and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health encourage everyone to be safe outdoors. Diseases associated with ticks and mosquitoes are growing threats in Massachusetts. When outdoors, please take necessary precautions as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control.

CDC Outdoor Safety


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Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all Massachusetts State Parks and Campgrounds.

The reservation must be in the name of the primary occupant.

To insure fairness for all MA customers, any reservation with departure dates outside the 6-month Maximum Window cannot be changed or canceled until 18 days after the reservation was made.

If you choose to cancel or change your reservation, a $10.00 fee will be charged. The reservation transaction charge is non-refundable.

Cancellations made on the day of arrival must be made by contacting the campground and will result in the loss of the first night's camping use fee plus the $10.00 cancellation fee. Fees will be deducted from any refunds due or will be added to future reservations. Refunds of $5.00 or less cannot be processed. If you leave early, please check-out at the contact station.

If you are unable to arrive on your scheduled arrival date, you must call the campground. Failure to contact the park by 8:00 A.M. the morning following your scheduled arrival date may result in your campsite being reassigned to another camper and forfeiture of all fees paid.

Help this state forest, park or beach by donating to the Conservation Trust.

Learn more about our volunteer host camping program.

  • To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all our campers:
    • Black bears can be visitors to this campground. Bears are wild and can be dangerous. To protect your family and your property, keep all food, coolers and cooking supplies and equipment in your vehicle when not in use. Do not keep food or toiletries, which could attract bears in to your tent or pop-up camper. Please do not feed the bears.
    • Respect the 14-day camping limit. To ensure that many campers enjoy our parks, campers and camping equipment are limited to 14 cumulative days occupancy in any one park between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Violators of the 14-day limit may be asked to leave the park.
    • Don't overcrowd your campsite. Please limit site occupancy to four people or one family (parents and children 17 or under). Please limit site equipment to two tents or one trailer or RV and one tent. Also, please no more than two vehicles per campsite.
    • Check-in time is 1:00 P.M.; Check-out time is 11:00 A.M.
    • Quiet hours are 10:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.
    • Pets are welcome in most campgrounds, but please keep them on a 10' leash at all times, clean up after them, never leave them unattended and prevent them from disturbing others. Also, you must bring proof of rabies vaccination when camping with your pet. Pets are prohibited from designated beach areas, Boston Harbor Islands, Camp Nihan and all yurt and cabin sites.
    • Massachusetts law requires that children age 16 and under wear a helmet when bicycling. The MA DCR encourages all cyclists to wear a helmet and to cycle safely.
    • Please do not feed wild animals.
    • Non-motorized boating only
  • Getting There:

    From the east:

    Follow Rte. 2 West to North Adams and the intersection with Rte. 8 North. Follow Rte. 8 North to Middle Road on the left. Turn left onto Middle Rd. Clarksburg State Park is on the right.

    From the Massachusetts Turnpike (Rte. 90):

    Take Exit 2 (Lee). Turn right on Rte. 7 North towards Pittsfield. Follow Rte. 7 North to Williamstown. Turn right on Rte. 2 East to North Adams. Follow Rte. 2 East through North Adams and the intersection with Rte. 8 North. Follow Rte. 8 North to Middle Rd. on the left. Turn left onto Middle Rd. The park is on the right.

    Campground Address:
    1199 Middle Road
    Clarksburg, MA 01247

    Campground Phone Number:

    Contact Information:

    Mailing Address:

    Clarksburg State Park
    1199 Middle Road

    Phone Number:

    Information: (413)664-8345