Tourism works for Western Mass!
A vibrant tourism economy makes this region a great place to visit and an even better place to live! Share Your Story with us and we’ll share it with our local legislative delegation. Let your elected officials know that tourism works for you!
Tourism is the Third Largest Industry in Western Mass.
Tourism Provides Over 3,000 Jobs in Hampden County Alone.
Visitors Paid Over $46 MILLION in State & Local Taxes.
Tourism-related Taxes Fund our Roads, Schools & Infrastructure.
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Uno Pizzeria and Grill is celebrating their 30th Anniversary and have announced their 2021 Summer Music Lineup. Enjoy live music, EVERY NIGHT through August 29th, 6pm – 10pm, weather permitting. There is no admission charge for the series, which is held on the outdoor courtyard patio. Featuring To...June 1 - July 5
Barton Cove and Munn’s Ferry campgrounds are situated along the Connecticut River in Massachusetts. Campgrounds now accepting reservations. Half of the campsites will be left empty to allow for social distancing, and the larger 30-person group sites will remain closed for the time being, in ke...June 1 - July 4
Walk from page to page and enjoy reading the delightful children’s story, Backyard Fairies. The forest shimmers with magic as a young girl searches for these elusive creatures. Even though the fairies keep flitting out of sight, keen-eyed readers will spot them on every page. Award-winning author...June 1 - June 27
Note for 2021: all reservation groups will have their own private raft(s) and River Guide(s). Our rafts hold 8-9 people. Rafts perform much better and are more fun in Class 3-4 rapids when full, so try to plan for 6-8 paddlers (8 is ideal) in your raft whenever possible. While a few of our MaineJune 1 - June 27