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New Marlborough

New Marlborough

New Marlborough is a series of hills and valleys lying between the Housatonic Valley to the west and the Farmington Valley to the east. In the 19th century, it prospered from its cider and gristmills, paper mills, limekiln and box factory along the Konkapot River. This town consists of five villages, Clayton, Hartsville, Mill River, New Marlborough and Southfield with their historic village centers, rolling landscapes, stonewalls and picturesque farms.


New Marlborough Library

1 Mill River-Great Barrington Road Mill River MA 01244 • 413.229.6668

Child Style

Berkshire Fish Hatchery • A federal hatchery run solely by volunteers to raise fish and awareness, to get people involved in the preservation and maintenance of our watersheds and ecosystems.

240 Hatchery Road New Marlborough MA 01230 • 413.528.9761


Old Inn on the Green • "An Inn with antique-filled rooms, serves up-to-the-minute cuisine by chef, Peter Platt... Diners can revel in times past while enjoying the culinary fruits of today." - Boston Globe

134 Hartsville-New Marlborough Road New Marlborough MA 01230 • 413.229.7924


Old Inn on the Green • Once a stagecoach relay and surrounded by rolling fields and meadows, the Inn offers authentically restored guest rooms, fine intimate dining and al fresco dining on the garden terrace.

134 Hartsville New Marlborough Road New Marlborough MA 01230 • 413.229.7924

Outdoor Adventures

Questing • Named after the Questing Beast, this 438-acre open space preserve includes hiking trails, meadows, hay fields, vernal pools and streams. Open for hiking, picnicking, cross country skiing and hunting.

New Marlborough MA 01230

Dry Hill • Wander over 200 acres of forest and a maze of thickets on a trail that traces a small brook and passes vernal pools and other wetlands. Open year-round, daily, sunrise to sunset.

Old North Road (Harmon Road) New Marlborough MA 01230 • 413.298.3239