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Two kids running in the snow. We all need nature—and nature needs you. Together, we can protect the wildlife and wild lands of Massachusetts for generations to come. Make a tax-deductible donation today.
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Canoe Meadows, Pittsfield

Directions to Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary

From the Mass. Turnpike (Rt I-90): Take exit 2 (Lee). Follow Rt 7 and Rt 20 north for 8 miles to Holmes Road. Turn right onto Holmes Road and proceed 2.7 miles to sanctuary entrance on the right.

From the north and Rt 9: Take Rt 7 and Rt 20 south from Pittsfield to Lenox. Turn left onto Holmes Road at the traffic light and proceed 2.7 miles to the sanctuary entrance on the right.

By public transportation: Public transportation is available through Berkshire Transit Authority/ Elm Street Bus (Route # 12). The nearest stop is at the corner of Elm Street/Holmes Road, walk about a mile south along Holmes Road to the entrance of the sanctuary, clearly marked by Mass Audubon signs. The website for the Berkshire Transit Authority is www.berkshirerta.com; phone number is 413-499-2782

Address: Pittsfield, MA