Williamstown is a northeastern Berkshire County town that borders Vermont. The town feels lively and suburban. It has actually been ranked as one of the most charming towns in the county, and even all of New England. Williamstown is also widely known for its praised liberal arts college, Williams College. The intimate feel and incredible experience of places such as the Clark Art Institute and Williamstown Theatre Festival continually draw many tourists into the area. There’s also a rainbow of places to dine and grab a drink, especially downtown.
The natural aspects of Williamstown are unforgettable. There are a few amazing hiking trails that feel really adventurous and exciting. This includes places such as the Cascade Trail, Mountain Meadow Preserve, and Taconic Trail State Park, and more. A strong collection of wilderness, character, culture, the arts, individuality, and expression exist in town.