Agawam Lake WMA Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife Parking Area South
South Street, Stockbridge, MA

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Parking Area South in Stockbridge, MA | Berkshires Outside
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About Parking Area South

This parking area in the Agawam Lake WMA is only open during white-tailed deer hunting season. A rugged dirt road off northbound Route 7 brings visitors to a small parking area in a dense forest. These serene, undeveloped woods and surrounding wetlands create a perfect environment for finding deer during the appropriate season. Visitors can also cross the road and ice fish in Agawam Lake if the weather permits.

The Agawam Lake WMA is a tranquil place to view wildlife, including waterfowl and small mammals. The WMA is also the location of a calcareous fen, which provides a habitat for some rare species native to Western Massachusetts.

The parking area for the southern part of the WMA is off northbound Route 7, just past Windy Hill Farm.

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