Lebanon Springs: Your Hub for New Yorkís Berkshires
Lebanon Springs is a hamlet in the larger town of New Lebanon, itself located in Columbia County in the rolling Berkshire region.
While the Berkshires are not in the same mountainous class as, say, the Himalayas, they are none the less quite famous and appealing. Sticklers for accuracy may point out that the Taconic Mountain Range in New York is technically not the Berkshires, but with views this camera-worthy, whoís quibbling?
Speaking of views, the Berkshire region is famous, not only for its mountains, but also for the rolling hills and their often spectacular displays of fall color. In keeping with that fact, camera-toting tourists will be happy to note that the Pittsfield State Forest is a mere 11 miles over the state line in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
While Lebanon Springs may not have been your first choice for a vacation rental search, itís right in that culturally and historically rich region where New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and Connecticut connect. (You can get to these states within an hourís drive, depending on traffic and road conditions.) If you canít get enough mountains, Catskill Park and Adirondack Park are approximately 50 and 90 miles away respectively.
Little Lebanon Springs may seem away from it all, but you can get there from here!