Bascom Lodge is now closed for the 2013 season.
Lodge is a rustic stone and wood Lodge perched atop Mount Greylock in western Massachusetts. Built by the Civilian
Conservation Corps in the 1930's to provide accommodations for hikers,
vacationers, and nature enthusiasts it has private and group rooms
available for overnight stay.
We will reopen in late May, 2014.
Gift Certificates are available for the 2014 Season!
Certificates can be used for Food & Lodging.
To purchase please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently accepting reservations for lodging, dinner,
weddings, anniversaries, family gatherings, corporate events, etc.
Click here for our wedding/parties page and more information.
For reservations and information email: email@example.com
The large dining room with its high ceiling and hand-cut oak beams provides an ideal atmosphere for a meal and the enclosed porch with wraparound windows overlooks the finest views in the Berkshires. Stone fireplaces create a relaxing setting after a day of hiking.
Daily hours for dining:
Breakfast: 8:00 am - 10:00 am (for parties of eight or more reservations are required).
Lunch: 11:00 am - 4:30 pm (no reservations required).
Dinner: 7:00 pm, one seating (reservations are required for dinner).
For reservations and information call: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunset Beverage Hour: Every day, 5-7pm. Enjoy a glass of wine, beer or other beverage of your choice as the sun sets behind Mount Greylock and before dinner.
Private and group rooms available for overnight stay May 31 through October 19.
Check our Lodging page for rates and contact info.
Last day for overnight stay in 2014 is October 19 (weather permitting).
For reservations and information: email: email@example.com
On the Summit of Mount Greylock
History of Bascom Lodge:
In 1898, the State legislature established Mt. Greylock as the Commonwealth's first State Reservation. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) designed the Lodge. Its low
profile, integration into the summit’s contours, and the use of native
materials typified the CCC design theory that shaped the identity of
the country’s national and state park systems. Bascom Lodge has served
day and overnight visitors to Mt. Greylock for 70 years, including
through-hikers on the Appalachian Trail.