From the intersection of I-495 and I-95, head south on I-495, than take Rt. 140 south
through Norton and Past Wheaton College. Remain on Rt. 140 south to New Bedford. Then take Rt. 6 east or west
Rt. 6 east takes you to the charming seaside town of Fairhaven. From Rt. 6 west, take Rt. 177 to Westport,
then Rt. 88 south to Horseneck Beach State Reservation.
From the Sagamore Bridge, take Rt. 6A, the "Old King's Highway" which winds through the
historic villages of Sandwich, Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, and Brewster.
Drive along the less frequently traveled routes to the Quabbin Reservoir: From Rt. 128,
follow Rt. 117 to Stow, in the heart of apple country, then Rt. 62 south and west to Princeton. Turn north on
the unnumbered route to Wachusett Mountain Reservation. There you can drive, hike, or take a Skyride to the summit
for a sweeping view of the countryside. Head west on Rt. 62 to Barre, then south on Rt. 32 to Old Furnace Rd.
Follow the unnumbered road west to Hardwick. Turn north on Rt. 32A, along the Quabbin Reservoir to Petersham,
then follow Rt. 101 east through Templeton, Gardner, and the Ashburnhams to the junction with Rt. 119. Head
east on Rt. 119 through the Willard Brook State Forest in Ashby and Townsend.
Greater Boston/Greater Merrimack Valley
From Boston take Rts. 2 and 4 to Lexington, Then Rt 2A to Concord's famous North Bridge and
Minuteman Monument. From Concord Center, bear left at the fork on Sudbury Road. At the Sudbury line, the road becomes Concord Rd.
and takes you through Sudbury Center and onto U.S. Rt. 20. Returen via U.S. Rt. 20 through Waltham to Boston.
Greater Springfield/Franklin County
The Secondary roads of Rt. 116 and Rt. 9 wind through rolling countryside and hill towns.
Rt. 116 passes through the picturesque towns of Conway and Ashfield, Rt. 9 leads through the village
centers of Cummington and Goshen and the College towns of Northampton and Amherst.
The Mohawk Trail, which runs 63 miles along Rt. 2 from Millers Falls to Williamstown, is one
off the state's most popular foliage routes. Excellent up country viewing sites include the Whitcomb Summit,
the hairpin turn before North Adams, the 10 mile drive to the summit of Mt. Greylock, the French King Bridge,
Millers Falls, the Bissell Covered Bridge, Charlemont, and the enchanting Bridge of Flowers, Shelburne Falls.
North of Boston
Rt. 133 is a gorgeous route that winds along charming country back roads and the picture-perfect
New England towns of Essex, Ipswich, Rowley, and Georgetown. Rt. 1A from beverly to Newburyport travels
through beautiful open spaces and farms via Ipswich, which boasts more pre-1725 houses still standing than any
other town in the U.S.A. Rt. 127 winds along the coast through Beverly, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Gloucester,
and up to Rockport.
Plymouth County/South Shore
Just south of Boston, pick up Rt. 24 south, then take Rt. 104 to Bridgewater. Continue on
Rt. 104, then Rt. 106 to Halifax. Rt. 58 south will take you to North Carver Where you'll see cranberry bogs
flooded with pools of crimson berries. From North Carver, continue south on Rt. 58 to Rt. 28 east to Rt. 6 west
through the towns of Wareham, Rochester, Marion, and Mattapoisett.
Follow Rt. 7 north from Sheffield to Williamstown. Rt. 8 runs from Sandisfield to Dalton
and is a superb route between two state forests. Rt. 183, from Great Barrington to Lenox, follows the
Housatonic River and passes through small villages. Take Richmond Rd. off Rt. 183, just south of Tanglewood,
and stop at the overlook for views of Stckbridge Bowl and the southern Berkshire Hills.
Rt. 43 east, off Rt. 7, is the lower road to Williamstown, and passes through lovely farmland. Rt. 23,
from Great Barrington to Monterey and then right onto Tyringham Rd., takes you through the
Tyringham Valley to Lee.
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