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We were traveling through when we came upon these falls. Had no idea they were here. Have heard about the Turner Falls most of my life living in Massachusetts and here they were! They are very impressive to look at and the sounds are tremendous....More
Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area or visiting this section of the state.
The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because, although well done and handicap accessible, it is a bit thin to be a sole...More
I moved to the village of Turners Falls -- the north end of the Town of Montague -- after living for 60 years in metro areas of 500,000 or more. It sounds like a cliche to say "this place is human-sized" but it fits: there...More
It's called Turners Falls. With the Connecticut River, the Montague Plains, the bike path, Food City- a very decent grocery store, Unity Park, the community gardens and the lovely quaint downtown, I love it here. I prefer outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, gardening, exploring...More
Great restaurants, sports shops, antiquing, upscale up cycled goods, nature museum and trails, great children's playground with town run water feature, fish ladder, near highways of Route 2 and 91. Worth the visit.
I lived in Turners Falls from age 6-19, and still visit frequently as I have family there. It's interesting to see how during the last 15 years people have really tried to make Turners into something hip and happening. Now, I love this town. I...More
Turners Falls is a remarkably vibrant community that has transitioned from dying mill town to eclectic haven for food, entertainment, and the arts. It's not pretentious or pristine, but it is authentic and beautiful. There are more quaint places in Franklin County, but most of...More
On the Conn River, this little town is great for a nice Tavern meal at Hubie's, theater performance at The Shay Theater, excellent presentation of the Conn River at the Discovery Center, gorgeous Mass at The Polish Church(Our Lady of Czestahova or the other many...More
When you visit new places you sometimes are predisposed to what you'll see and feel. I think you will be surprised many times over when you see Turners Falls. I recommend you start at the Discovery Center by the power canal, visit the bike path,...More