Westville Recreation Area

Westville Lake

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Overview

Westville Lake is situated on the Quinebaug River in the towns of Southbridge and Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Westville offers a variety of hiking opportunities, group picnic shelters, a picnic cove, a large recreation field, canoe/kayak launches, and much more.

Recreation

Westville Lake offers two large picnic shelters for hosting any number of events, a canoe/kayak launch into a slow current river, fishing opportunities, plenty of charcoal grills and picnic tables for everyone to enjoy, and a trail network perfect for hiking for all ages. In the winter, there is an ice skating pond in the park and perfect sledding hills!

Facilities

There are two large picnic shelters with electricity hook-ups, picnic tables, and grills available for use in the recreation area. There is a large picnic cove with many picnic tables and grills. There are also flush toilets, drinking water, and hiking trails available throughout the park.

Natural Features

The recreation area features a large open field, a picnic cove with trees for shade on those hot summer days, and beautiful waterside views for wildlife viewing.

Nearby Attractions

Explore the living history museum of Old Sturbridge Village nearby.

Charges & Cancellations

Season Dates 2020 May 16, 2020 - September 7, 2020

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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Buffumville Lake (Group Shelters)
Buffumville Lake
8.5mi
West Thompson Lake Campground
West Thompson Lake
12.2mi
West Hill Park
West Hill Dam
23.7mi
Tully Lake Recreation Area (Ma)
Tully Lake
40.3mi
Indian Hollow
Knightville Dam
44.4mi
Edward Macdowell Lake Day Use Facilities
Edward Macdowell Lake
57.3mi
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