There are a lot of fun things to do in Pittsfield, MA, but one of the most popular is visiting the Berkshire Museum. Stratton Brook State Park Trail is a great way to work your way through Connecticut's first fully wheelchair accessible park. For families, the Tannersville Cycle Path offers a graded dirt road that begins at the end of a 2.5 km path on the east side of the city.
Pittsfield borders Berkshire County, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York. Pittsfields borders the Berkshire River Valley, the largest and most scenic river valley in the state, and the Connecticut River Valley.
The Southwick Rail Trail runs from the Massachusetts - Connecticut state line north to the Westfield line, and the Sue Grossman River Greenway, just over two miles away, is between the towns of Winchester North and Torrington South. Pittsfield is served by two public transportation routes, the Southwicks River Trail, a 1.5 mile section of the Berkshire River Waterfront Trail and a 2.2 mile section along the East River, both limited to about 1 mile each.
Pittsfield is located in the Albany television market, but is not necessarily served by ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox in the city of Albany. This is where the low-power W28DA television station is located, which broadcasts WNYT from a location in South Mountain City. Boston's WCVB (ABC Affiliate Area) is also broadcast via cable, and there are no ABC affiliates in this area.
The Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area, which covers the entire Berkshire County, is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States with a population of over 1.5 million people. It is home to the University of Massachusetts Medical School and is the second largest university in Massachusetts after Boston. There are a lot of things to see, do and enjoy that are done in Pitt's MA, as well as a lot of fun things you can do.
The Kaaterskill Rail Trail offers a scenic view of Haines Falls in eastern New York, nestled in the northern Catskills.
Pittsfield is located on the banks of the Housatonic River, which flows through the city as it flows into the Hudson River at its confluence with the Connecticut River. It is located in the northern Catskills in eastern New York State, north of Albany, and is located in a small town of about 1,000 people. Pittsfields is located on the river and its tributaries, such as the Delaware River and the New Haven River in New Hampshire, and is at the tip of the Delaware River in Massachusetts.
Pittsfield is located in the northern Catskills in eastern New York State, north of Albany, and in a small town of about 1,000 people. In Lee, there is an Interstate, I-95, located at the intersection of the New Haven River and the Hudson River in New Hampshire. It is also located on the Housatonic River, at its confluence with the Connecticut River.
The city is located in western Berkshire County, with a population of about 2,000 in Pittsfield and about 1,500 in a small town in eastern New York State. The city is located in much of western Berkshire County in western New Hampshire, near the New Haven River and the Hudson River.
At the terminus to the west, the city is located on Route 7 and crosses a portion of Massachusetts Route 8, which is combined with Route 20, for which it is Route 19. It stretches from the former track bed, from where it meets the center of Pittsfield, to the New Haven River and the Hudson River in the western state of New York. At its eastern end, it stretches along the former western end of the Berkshire - New Hampshire - Connecticut line and is near Pittsfields Park Square, or "Park Square" in its original name. In addition, Route 8 to the east passes the state's second largest highway, Route 2, and connects with Route 5 at this point, while at the western end it passes the eastern edge of former Berkshires Park.
The Ramble Railroad is located in a corridor abandoned by the Central New England Railroad, which operated from 1871 to 1967. The Massachusetts Central Railroad was destroyed by a hurricane in 1938, and the 104-mile corridor was reborn as a cross-state trail.
The city library, the Berkshire Athenaeum, is one of the largest in western Massachusetts and connected to the regional library system. The town is fully operational with all major public facilities, including Berkshire Medical Center, the only hospital in the northern part of the county.
Pittsfield is also the county seat of Berkshire County and as such has many state facilities within the counties. The city is represented in the Massachusetts Senate by two Senators, Robert DeLeo (D-Springfield) and Patrick Leahy (R-Brookline). Nationally, Pittsfields has been represented by Richard Neal, D, of Springfield, since 2013. He represents Massachusetts in the U.S. Senate and has represented the state of Massachusetts in both the House and Senate for the past four years.