Two days of outdoor fun during the peak of fall foliage season.

Gracze kasyna uwielbiają odwiedzać malownicze Adams, Massachusetts. Miasto znajduje się na brzegu rzeki Connecticut i jest celem turystycznym od ponad 150 lat. Gracze w https://pl.bestcasinos-pl.com/najlepsze-kasyno-online/ mogą również cieszyć się pieszymi i rowerowymi szlakami w pobliskim North Adams lub jazdą na nartach w Deerfield. To małe miasto jest domem dla wielu atrakcji, które sprawiają, że jest to świetne miejsce na wakacje. Jest tu wiele miejsc, gdzie można zjeść i wypić, a także atrakcji takich jak lasy, jeziora i farmy. Tutejsze kasyno jest również jednym z najlepszych w okolicy, więc odwiedzający mogą cieszyć się czasem grając w gry, gdy są tutaj. Gracze w kasynie uwielbiają wakacje w malowniczym Adams, Massachusetts. Miasto ma wiele do zaoferowania turystom, w tym piękne krajobrazy, przyjaznych mieszkańców, oraz niedrogie hotele i restauracje. Niektóre z głównych atrakcji dla odwiedzających kasyno to Park Stanowy Adams, który oferuje szlaki turystyczne i miejsce piknikowe nad jeziorem, Muzeum Towarzystwa Historycznego Franklin County oraz Centrum Sztuki Adams. Jest tu również wiele uroczych małych firm, które można odwiedzić podczas wakacji w Adams, takich jak kawiarnie, galerie sztuki i piekarnie.

Adams is Columbus Day Weekend!

October 8th & 9th, 2023

Held during the peak of the Fall Foliage season, RambleFest offers two events: an awesome street festival and the 55th Greylock Ramble, a hike to the summit of Mount Greylock. For family fun during the fall foliage season, come to Adams. Adams is Columbus Day Weekend! 

Until then here is what you can expect



Scenes from past RambleFests

Party on Sunday

Held outdoors at the Adams Visitor Center at 3 Hoosac Street, admission is free to a festival full of music, food and fun in celebration of autumn in the Berkshires. There will be live musical acts,  local craft beer and local wine, great food, produce, outdoor recreation and craft exhibitors. Activities include a toasty campfire with marshmallows, pumpkin decorating and other activities for the kids. Leashed pets are welcome, so it’s fun for the whole family! Historic Train Rides by Berkshire Scenic Railway will also be available, right across Hoosac Street at Adams Station. The festival runs from noon to 5, rain or shine.

Live Music!

The consummate  rockers of Phil ‘N the Blanks will be the headline act at RambleFest 2023. They cover the essential hits from The Beatles to now. From 2:30 to 5. Prepare to dance!

The dynamic duo of Lindsay and Duffy will be our opening act, starting at noon.


Photo of Phil 'N the Blanks

Local Craft Beer & Wine

From our very first event, ProAdams has always featured local craft brewers and vintners. New to RambleFest this year is Townie Lager from Shire Breu-Haus based in nearby Dalton.  We will also have a new selection ‘Crush Groove’ from Soul Purpose brewery in Worcester, MA!

Balderdash Cellars from Richmond will be offering their fine wines by the glass. Balderdash has been at all of our 20 events. Welcome back!

In addition, non-alcoholic beverages will be offered at many vendors, including fresh cider from Adams’ own Jaeschke’s Orchard and some high octane coffee available at the Poseidon Coffee Kiosk.

Train Rides!

Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum will be offering train rides on their Hoosac Valley Service vintage rail cars. Their station is directly across Hoosac Street from RambleFest.  Rides available all RambleFest weekend. For tickets and scheduling information, please visit their website.

Hike on Monday - The Greylock Ramble

Since 1965, people that love the fall colors, fantastic views and a great hike in the woods gather at base of Mount Greylock on Columbus Day for the annual Greylock Ramble. It’s the ultimate way to experience autumn in the Berkshires. Free shuttles take hikers from Adams Visitor Center to and from the base of the Cheshire Harbor Trail from 8 am to 4 pm. Using the shuttle is strongly recommended, as parking near the trailhead is very limited. Shuttles will take hikers to the Cheshire Harbor Trail from 8 am to 1 pm, and return hikers to the Visitor Center until 4 pm. Pets are permitted on the hike, but not on the shuttles.


Cheshire Harbor Trail

A favorite hike to the summit of Mount Greylock, the Cheshire Harbor Trail is the gentlest path to the summit, although still fairly strenuous. Round trip is about 6 miles and takes 4 to 5 hours. 

Hiking • Biking • Skiing

Cheshire Harbor Trail


Berkshire Eagle ©



Thanks to the generous sponsors of RambleFest 2023!

This wouldn’t happen without our sponsors! 

Also, thanks to the in-kind support of Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum, Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering, Broadlawn Farm, the Town of Adams, Youth Center Inc., and the many volunteers that donate their time and efforts.


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Busses are running from 8-4 today from the Adams Visitor Center to the Cheshire Harbor trail head! Please park at the Adams Visitor Center as there is very little parking on the mountain. Enjoy the 55th Greylock Ramble! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Berkshire Rhythm Keepers led by Aimee Gelinas, Director of the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center in Windsor, is an intergenerational group performing traditional drumming and singing from West Africa and the Caribbean.
JOIN THEIR ENERGY today at RambleFest
performance at 1:45pm TODAY 🥁🪘🥁
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The Berkshire Rhythm Keepers led by Aimee Gelinas, Director of the Tamarack Hollow Nature & Cultural Center in Windsor, is an intergenerational group performing traditional drumming and singing from West Africa and the Caribbean. 
JOIN THEIR ENERGY today at RambleFest
performance at 1:45pm TODAY 🥁🪘🥁Image attachment

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Thank You! for filling My Soul with Peace & Love today. This was the extra blessing.

I've never been. Sounds Pleasant.

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