In the Northern Pioneer Region, traveling across the Mohawk Trail on Route 2, campers & sports enthusiasts enjoy the Berkshire views, mountains & rivers. At the Southern gateway to the Pioneer Valley, on the banks of the Connecticut River, lies the third largest city in Massachusetts. Springfield, a growing cultural center, rich with respect for history, a flair for festivals and a dedication to the arts.
Springfield's modern Civic Center faces Court Square, a bustling plaza surrounding a traditional New England common.
Six Flags, New England's largest amusement and water park, is across the river in Agawam. In West Springfield, the Eastern States Exposition draws a million people to its annual September fair, and almost as many to the ACC Craft Fair in June.
MuseumsBasketball Hall of Fame
1000 W Columbus Ave Springfield, MA 01105-2518
Connecticut Valley Historical Museum- Springfield
21 EDWARDS ST. SPRINGFIELD, MA 01103
Parks and RecreationMount Tom State Reservation
125 Reservation Rd,Holyoke, MA 01040
Greenfield, MA 01301