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Car is the easiest way to reach Stockbridge, though bus is possible.

by Tom Brosnahan
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The easiest way to reach Stockbridge is by car via the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90; Exit 1, West Stockbridge/MA Route 41, or Exit 2, Lee/US Route 20).

(Although the Mass. Pike passes fairly close to the north of Stockbridge, there is no exit right there.)

Note that West Stockbridge is actually more to the north of Stockbridge than to the west.

There is Bonanza Bus intercity bus service to Lee and Lenox, and Amtrak train service to Pittsfield, and to Albany NY. More...

Local buses run by the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority connect Berkshire County towns and resorts with one another.

Distances from Stockbridge

Albany NY: 42 miles (68 km) NW, 50 minutes

Boston MA: 131 miles (211 km) E, 2.5 hours

Great Barrington MA: 7 miles (11 km) S, 15 minutes

Lenox MA: 6 miles (10 km) N, 15 minutes

Lee MA: 4 miles (6-1/2 km) NE, 10 minutes

North Adams MA: 35 miles (56 km) N, 1 hour

West Stockbridge MA: 5 miles (8 km) NW, 10 minutes

Williamstown MA: 34 miles (55 km) N, 55 minutes


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West Stockbridge

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