323 West Harland Road
Granville, MA 01034
Located along the southern border of Massachusetts in the towns of Granville and Tolland, this state forest's 2,426 acres, borders with Connecticut's 9,152 acre Tunxis State Forest, creating a sense of tranquil remoteness. Formerly, this extensive rolling terrain was once the hunting and fishing ground of the Tunxis tribe, later becoming open farmland and pastures; now slowly reverting back into a northern hardwood-conifer forest.
Outdoor recreation activities include camping, hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding, hunting, winter sports and wildlife viewing. The campground has 22 campsites that are nicely spread out throughout the campground. The campground also has flush toilets, hot showers and water. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. The camping season is from mid May to mid October.
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