About Bloedel Park
Bloedel Park is a small park and picnic area in the Village of South Williamstown. The park is at Five Corners, the town's old center.
Upon arriving at the parking lot, visitors will find an expansive lawn with tall trees and a babbling stream. On hot summer days, the park's trees provide ample shade for a lunchtime picnic or an afternoon rest in the Berkshires. Then, when fall arrives, the trees carpet the lawn when they drop their colorful leaves.
Visitors can watch the traffic flow through the five corners and then visit the store across the street, which sells sandwiches and drinks throughout the day. There are also picnic tables and grills at the park, ideal for a barbecue or a family-friendly gathering. In the summertime, the park is often adorned with blooming flower pots.
A large parking lot can be accessed from both Hancock Road and Route 7, just before the five corners intersection. Cyclists will also find a bike repair station at the parking lot, making the park a perfect pitstop for those biking in Western Massachusetts.