This 7,882-acre forest provides 35 miles of mixed-use trails, six miles of hiking trails and a one-mile interpretive trail loop around Hallockville Pond. Plainfield Pond and Crooked Pond are accessible from the State Forest. Access to the forest includes paved, unpaved, and multi-use trails. Discover an abundance of historic sites including cellar holes from the abandoned village of South Hawley, Moody Springs, a rare fieldstone “beehive” charcoal kiln and the remains of a mill complex at Hallockville Pond.
Please note: Due to unknown trail conditions and damage to roads sustained as a result of Hurricane Irene, Kenneth M. Dubuque Memorial State Forest is inaccessible and closed until further notice.
Hawley, MA 01339