111 N. Main St
Petersham, MA 01366
|Clamber Hill Inn & Restaurant
All the seasons are beautiful at the Clamber Hill Inn in Petersham MA, but fall is especially glorious.
Clamber Hill Inn has had visitors come from all five continents enjoy the inn as a base to explore
New England's amazing fall foliage. The spectacular New England color change normally begins
in northern Vermont, northern New Hampshire and Maine in mid September
and works it way south through Massachusetts, ending in late October along New England's
southern shoreline in Rhode Island and Connecticut. (See foliage map below.)
No where in New England is the color change more spectacular than right here
in central Massachusetts. Peak foliage season at Clamber Hill Inn in northern Worcester County
is usually mid-October, but any time during October is a great time to visit Petersham, MA
and enjoy the woodlands and hiking trails of Harvard Forest, or the back country roads
of the North Quabbin region of central Massachusetts.
The historic town of Petersham, is located in the very center Massachussets,
the very heart of New England, making it a great base from which to explore the rest of the region.
Petersham is lucky to have the Quabbin Reservoir "in our backyard", making the foliage
in Petersham truly remarkable as you can see in the video below which innkeeper
Deni Ellis created to give you a sneak preview.
|Enjoy the Fall Foliage
in Petersham, MA!
Reserve before it's too late!
|111 N. Main St.
|Designed by D. Ellis, Ellis Hospitality Group Inc