Where the bass call home! The Berkshire Fishing Club is a gorgeous 125-acre private lake surrounded by pristine woods with no houses, no jet skis and best of all no large boats to disrupt the great largemouth bass fishing experience. What a great way to get outside and enjoy a unique Berkshire experience, so whether you are a seasoned angler or a new one, it is time to reel in your own bass in the Berkshires.Zoar Outdoor or if you are looking to get wet let them set you up with a whitewater rafting outing you will not soon forget. Their adventures can be as short as a few hours or as long as 5 days, you can decide. So whether it is just your or it is the entire family now is the time to discover the great outdoors in a whole new way. Trustees of the Reservation has so many ways to play in the Berkshires, from reptiles and raptors to storytellers and stilt walkers. Take a hike, paddle a canoe, play hide and seek along a trail at Bartholomew’s Cobble. Eat watermelon at one of their family concerts in Naumkeag’s gardens. Come play with the Trustees in the Berkshires and beyond. Ramblewild, the Northeast’s premier aerial adventure park! Here you will be able to climb, swing, and float through canopies of leaves and columns of pristine Berkshire hemlock. Let ropes, bridges, zip-lines, and walkways lead you through an unforgettable and exhilarating aerial adventure. This is an experience you will not soon forget and one that truly sets the Berkshires apart as a top-notch outdoor recreation destination. Berkshire East! Whether you are looking for the rush of ziplining or white water rafting, you will find it here. Add to the experience the Thunderbolt, North America’s largest mountain coaster and this location is outdoor fun central. With the opening of the Thunder Mountain Bike Park, Berkshire East is truly New England’s Outdoor Adventure Center. Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary, and Lime Kiln Farm Wildlife Sanctuary are among the top places to explore, play and learn in the Berkshires! Enjoy ten miles of well-marked trails, fun programs and nature outings for people of all ages and abilities. Here you want to check out an active beaver colony, listen to the birds sing, or join a guided program.