About Saint Mary's Trailhead
Saint Mary's Trailhead is an access point to the Ferncliff Property in Lee, MA. It is a fabulous location for a short, easy, family-friendly nature walk in the Berkshires. Ferncliff is a beautiful spot hidden behind the bustle of the town center. It offers multiple trails through the lushly vegetated forest that provide visitors with an easily accessible outdoor experience. From the trailhead, visitors can walk through the forest and enjoy the variety of vegetation hidden within the Ferncliff Property, such as the thick, vibrantly colored undergrowth of ferns and the tall trees that are native to New England, such as oaks and maples. The trails are very well maintained and accessible to visitors of all ages and abilities, being broad paths clear of most rocks and roots and only with some slight inclines. If looking carefully within the property, visitors might be able to spot some of the animals that call this area of Western Massachusetts home, such as white-tailed deer, turkeys, and foxes.
This trailhead for the Ferncliff Property has limited parking access. The trail system within the property is contained to a small plot of land so that visitors can access all parts of it from any of the multiple trailheads in Lee.