Author: Travel Bugged

Berkshires, Hikes, Massachusetts, Travel

Best Hike with Kids in The Berkshires

The Tyringham Cobble trail is located right pass the center of the village of Tyringham, Massachusetts. Take a short stop here and wander around the little town for a taste of the tranquility of the Berkshires before heading on your adventure. This very well marked and maintained trail is a short moderate trek of about 2 miles with 300 feet […]

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Travel, Waterfalls

Your Very Own Hideaway in The Heart of The Berkshires: Campbell Falls

The 75 foot tall Campbell waterfall is split between two states. The waterfall itself is located in Massachusetts while the boundary marker that starts the trail is considered to be in Connecticut. The park was gifted to the State of Connecticut and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield, Connecticut and in 1924 special laws were […]

Berkshires, Travel

Picture Yourself in a Norman Rockwell Painting in Stockbridge, MA

Nestled in the heart of the Berkshires the town of Stockbridge, Massachusetts is the quintessential New England town straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Literally! Located about 2.5 hours from both New York and Boston the easiest way to reach the town of Stockbridge is by car although bus is also a possibility. No matter which way you enter […]

Acadia, Hikes, Maine, Travel

Top 10 Things to do in and Around Acadia National Park

Of all 59 National Parks in the United States Acadia is one of the most unique. Located exclusively within Mount Desert Island, it is the only one of it’s kind. Acadia evolved by the private generous donations of properties from land owners on the Island looking to preserve what they loved about their little slice of heaven. Their generous donations […]

Acadia, Hikes, Maine

A Hidden Gem in Acadia National Park: Ship Harbor Nature Trail

A relatively short and easy hike, about one mile back and forth, Ship Harbor Nature trail in Mount Desert, Maine is a must.  The trail used to be a deep water harbor and is now a very shallow inlet which runs along the waters edge and rocky shore. The trail rewards visitors with stunning vistas with so little effort needed. […]

Hikes, Maine, Travel

Trekking Wonderland Trail in Acadia National Park with a toddler

Wonderland Trail in Acadia National Park is possibly one of our favorite hikes within the whole park system. An easy 1.6 mile hike through winding wooded paths and leading to the shore with no one around was exactly what we needed after coming from a crowded and slightly and pushy Thunder Hole crowd. There is a little parking lot on […]