History buffs and nature lovers alike will want to check out this unique hike in Massachusetts. The Bernard Farm trail in Mount Greylock State Reservation will take you through a beautiful forest and right past the wreckage of a real plane crash. Keep reading to find out more about how you can experience the Mount Greylock plane crash for yourself.

Incredibly, the 1988 plane crash is only one of several that have occurred on Mount Greylock.

For more information about the Bernard Farm Trail, including the location of the trailhead and reviews by other hikers, check out the hike’s listing on  the Bernard Farm Trail  page on the AllTrails website.

There are plenty more hikes in the area, and you can get more information by visiting AllTrails+.

Have you ever taken this hike? Would you agree that this is one of the most fascinating places to go hiking in Massachusetts?

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Where can we find other hiking trails in Massachusetts?

  • The Tucker Hill Loop in Milton meanders for just under a mile within the Blue Hills Reservation.
  • The Bray Loop Trail in Holyoke is regarded by some as one of the best hikes in Massachusetts.
  • The Battle Road Trail in Concord traces the British Redcoats' route on their march to and from Concord on April 19, 1775.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful hiking trails in Massachusetts.

Where can we find haunted cemeteries in Massachusetts?

  • The Canton Corner Cemetery in Canton is thought to be haunted often by strange laughter echo from the left side of the cemetery near the back of the burial are
  • The Holyhood Cemetery in Chestnut Hill is said to be visited by ghostly forms of children darting amongst the headstones after sunset.
  • The Copp's Hill Burying Ground in Boston has been reported to be haunted by a colonial preacher who condemned many of the so-called “Salem Witches” to hell.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other haunted cemeteries in Massachusetts.

Where can we go camping in Massachusetts?

  • The Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area in Boston offers water recreational opportunities and overnight camping on a handful of the 34 islands here.
  • Shawme-Crowell State Forest in Sandwich features scores of campsites and over a dozen miles of bike and walking trails.
  • The Horseneck Beach State Reservation in West Point features over 100 campsites and a playground.

Read on to learn more about the many other exciting places to go camping in Massachusetts.

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