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Located in the northwestern Berkshires, the former apple orchard turned campground, offers 45 spacious campsites and 4 log cabins. Two beautiful ponds offer tranquil places to fish, picnic, hike and swim. Be sure to explore Bog Pond and Tannery Falls, one of the state's highest waterfalls.
Natural Features
Savoy Mountain State Forest is located atop the Hoosac Mountain Range, which is an extension of the Green Mountains of Vermont, and is the first mountain barrier encountered rising west of the Connecticut River Valley. "Hoosac" is an Algonquin word meaning, place of stones.
Recreation
Over 50 miles of wooded trails invite year-round recreational access to spectacular natural features. Hike the Bog Pond Trail, with its floating bog islands. Climb up Spruce Hill on the Busby Trail for breathtaking views, especially during fall foliage and hawk migration. Be sure to visit Tannery Falls (and nearby Parker Brook Falls), where Ross Brook flows through a deep chasm, and then cascades over 50 feet to a clear pool below.

Savoy Mountain State Forest makes it easy to leave the everyday world behind. Scenic North and South Ponds, with wooded edges and hills rising in the distance, offer tranquil places to fish, picnic and swim. Forty-five campsites and 1 group site are located in an old apple orchard. Four log cabins overlook South Pond.

Facilities
Savoy Mountain campground offers 45 campsites and 4 cabins. Flush toilets, showers, and a dumping station are available during the main camping season. There are no accessible comfort stations. Each site is equipped with a picnic table, fire ring and a food storage locker. Cabins are available for rent and accommodate a maximum of 4 people. Cabins are equipped with bunk beds, table and chairs and a wood burning stove that provides heat and a cooking surface. No pets are allowed in the cabins. Linens and eating utensils are not provided. During the off-season, there is a shared composting toilet; no showers; and potable water is available at the headquarters building.

There are NO HOOKUPS at this campground, however a dumping station is available for the convenience of our RV and trailer campers.

Black bears can be visitors to this campground. Bears are wild and can be dangerous. Keep all food, coolers, cooking supplies and equipment in the food storage lockers provided. Do not keep food or toiletries in your tent or camper. Please do not feed or approach bears.
Nearby Attractions
While in the area, be sure to visit other nearby DCR properties: Mohawk Trail State Forest, Mount Greylock State Reservation and Western Gateway Heritage State Park. To learn more about other parks in the Berkshires, click here.
Specific to this facility:
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. NO WALK-IN CAMPING ALLOWED.

Black Bears can be visitors to this campground. Bears are wild and can be dangerous. Keep all food, coolers, cooking supplies and equipment in the food storage lockers provided. Do not keep food or toiletries in your tent or camper. Please do not feed or approach bears.


Please read the important information below, prior to making a reservation.


Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all Massachusetts state parks and campgrounds.


Campsite Fees at Savoy Mountain State Forest $17 for MA resident / $54 for non-resident. THERE IS A $4.50 NON-REFUNDABLE TRANSACTION CHARGE FOR EACH RESERVATION MADE.

Massachusetts prohibits the transportation of firewood into or out of any DCR campground. Firewood must be purchased at the campground. Transportation of firewood or other wood products, may result in eviction. PLEASE NOTE THAT FIREWOOD SALES ARE BY CREDIT CARD ONLY. EFFECTIVE 2021, THE COST IS $7 PER BUNDLE.


Check-in time is 1:00 to 9:00 pm; check out by 11:00 am. Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. The use of generators is not permitted during quiet hours except for the purpose of operating a medical device.


Reservation and Occupancy:


Campers and/or 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 have their reservation cancelled and be asked to leave the park.


Reservations must be in the name of the primary occupant, who is at least 18 years of age. A photo ID is required at check- in and must match the name on the reservation. Campsite occupancy is limited to four adults, or two adults and the children in their care. Campsites are limited to two tents, or one tent and one trailer or RV, and two vehicles maximum (including tow trailers) per site.


Reservations with departure dates outside the 4-month maximum window cannot be changed or cancelled until 18 days after the reservation was made. Cancellations and changes will incur a $10 fee. Day of arrival cancellations require a phone call to the campground and will result in the loss of the first night's camping fee, plus the $10 cancellation fee. Reserved campsites will be held until 8:00 am on the day after your scheduled arrival date. If we are not contacted, your reservation will be no-showed resulting in no refund.


Camping with Pets:


Pets are permitted at most campgrounds and there is a limit of four pets per campsite. A current rabies certificate must be presented at check-in. Pets must be leashed at all times and cannot be left unattended. Pets are not permitted in state buildings or when camping in a yurt or cabin.

Savoy Mountain State Forest camping trips are easy to plan with ReserveAmerica. Savoy Mountain State Forest campground reservations can be made online. Click one of the links below to see available campsites at Savoy Mountain State Forest or day pass availability.