A Ride Down This Epic Natural Waterslide In Massachusetts Will Make Your Summer Complete
Summer in Massachusetts means sunshine, hot days and the quest for the perfect place to cool off. However, the town of Ashfield is home to a secret swimming spot that combines the beauty of a waterfall with the epic fun of a natural waterslide.
The Chapel Brook Falls is a waterfall that cascades beautifully over a smooth rock bed on Pony Mountain in Ashfield. Read on to learn how you can experience this place for yourself.
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Check out the video below to see how the natural waterslide works!
To find the falls, head to Pony Mountain in Ashfield and get on Williamsburg Road. The waterfall is only a couple hundred yards from the street. There’s parking on the side of the lane and a trail that leads to the falls.