About Clarksburg State Park Campground
The Clarksburg State Park Campground is an idyllic family-friendly camping spot perfect for a relaxing weekend in Western Massachusetts. The campground features 45 sites, with tall pine trees and easy access to the road. The campsites each have a picnic table and a fire pit, and they are well-spaced from each other. Water spigots are abundant in the campground, and there are also facilities with restrooms, showers, and dish sinks. Many campsites are adjacent to the pond, where visitors can find plenty of wildlife. Frogs and other amphibians, for example, are easily heard croaking across the water in the summer. There are also opportunities for fishing on the pond; boating, canoeing, and kayaking are all popular on sunny days. Across the park, visitors will find a beach, a large trailhead, and a kayak/canoe launch area.
Numerous hiking trails also leave the campground. On these easy trails through the forest, visitors can access scenic views of the Berkshires as they reflect across the pond. Eventually, when fall arrives, these mountains fade and change color as the leaves turn yellow and orange.
The campground area is on the park's south side, left of the park's entrance. During busy seasons, visitors must reserve their campsite before they arrive. The campground is open from May to October.