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Join Dave Gallup, president, Springfield Naturalist Society, on this hike back to the 19th century and discover the once thriving community of Dana – one of the four towns lost when the area was flooded to form the Quabbin Reservoir. This all-day adventure includes the Enfield Lookout to view the Quabbin Reservoir; the Quabbin Cemetery to view artifacts from the four towns lost to the reservoir; and Hardwick, which resembles what Dana looked like during the early 1900s. On this four mile round-trip walk, you will journey on an old road through the open forest with stops along the way to explore the history and wildlife of the region. At Dana Commons, examine the cellar holes, stone walls, sidewalks, and streets of this town frozen in time, Dave has many surprises, including rare photographs of the beautiful Dana homes that stood one hundred years ago. Bag lunch, bottled water, and shuttle bus transportation provided. Bring a camera. Due to ecological reasons, this hike is limited to 25 participants. This event includes a four mile walk and a lot of standing. Fee: $35 The rain date is Friday, October 6, same time, same place.
Belchertown is a larger town with desirable small-town appeal covering one of the largest land areas in Massachusetts - almost 60 square miles.
It is located on Route 9 with Palmer and Ludlow on the south, Granby and Amherst on the west with Pelham on the north and the Quabbin Reservoir and Ware on the east.
The historic five-acre town common surrounded by colonial homes and white churches holds the annual Belchertown Fair in October as well as concerts, festivals, parades and community activities including the Belchertown Easter Egg Hunt.
Town pride shows in the beautiful new schools and police department and community resources including a Senior Center, Teen Center and Family Center.
Fishing, hiking, snowmobiling are just a few of the many recreational activities available in the Belchertown area. Discover the Quabbin Reservoir and Stone House Museum along with ancient elms and maples, stone walls and lovely homes in this beautiful New England town.