PO Box 179, Great Barrington Airport, Great Barrington Massachusetts 01230
Great Barrington Airport serves Great Barrington and Berkshire County and is owned by Berkshire Aviation Enterprises. The paved runway extends for 2579 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 739 feet at a distance of about 2 miles from Great Barrington.
Nearby accommodations include The Williamsville Inn, Days Inn Great Barrington Ma, and The Red Lion Inn, within about 10 miles of the facilities.
Other Transportation nearby:
(Agawam) Agawam-Springfield Harbor Seaplane Base
(Albany) Albany International Airport
(Poughkeepsie) Dutchess County Airport
(Hatfield) Hatfield-Pilgrim Airport
(Kingston) Hudson River Cruises
(Burlington) Mountain Meadow Airstrip Airport
05/26 Coming to The Great Barrington area
Hebron Maple Festival Hebron CT March16-17 Each year thousands of people come from miles around to enjoy and experience the weekend of maple related events.
7th Annual Great International Spring Beer Festival Providence RI April20 Your Beer Festival Admission Ticket will allow you UNLIMITED SAMPLING of more than 250 brewers, live music, food and MUCH MORE at the Rhode Island Convention Center.
Connecticut Sheep, Wool and Fiber Festival Vernon CT April27 The festival, started in 1909 by the CT Sheep Breeders Association, as a program ""to promote the keeping of sheep in Connecticut"", has evolved and expanded into a premier sheep and fiber festival by providing exhibits, demonstrations and over 60 vendors from the sheep, wool and fiber arena.
Connecticut Sheep and Wool Festival vernon CT April27 The festival started in 1909 by the CT Sheep Breeders Association as a program “to promote the keeping of sheep in Connecticut” has evolved and expanded into a premier sheep and fiber festival.
Contemporary Art Fair Connecticut Norwalk CT April27-28 Modeled after our two sucessful NYC shows at the Javits Center. Each of the two shows will have approximately 100 exhibitors.
Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor Manchester NH March17-May5 A display at the Currier Museum of Art shows the striking duality of deadly weaponry and artistic beauty from the Samurai culture of centuries past.