The Tolland State Forest is a publicly owned forest with recreational features covering 4,415 acres (1,787 ha) in the towns of Otis, Tolland, Blandford and Sandisfield in the southern Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts.The state forest was created with the state's purchase of cut-over lumber lands in 1925.The state forest is situated on the 1,065-acre (431 ha) Otis Reservoir, the largest body of water for recreational use in western Massachusetts.Forest trails are available for hiking, mountain biking, off-road vehicles, and cross-country skiing. The campground includes sites for tents and RVs while the day-use area offers swimming, picnicking, and a boat ramp. The forest also offers educational programs and restricted hunting.
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