The Willard Brook State Forest is headquartered in West Townsend, Massachusetts. The state forest comprises some 2,597 acres of woodland. Activities in the park include camping and such day use options as swimming, picnicking, fishing, hiking and cross country skiing. In addition to the two campgrounds, several trailheads and scenic pullouts there are three main day use ares of the park. Pearl Hill State Park is a heavily wooded 1000 acre tract with swimming, fishing and hiking opportunities. The willard brook is dammed creating Willard Brook Pond.
Trap Falls is a nice little cascade a short distance off the road.
Damon Pond is another reservoir with ample swimming, hiking and fishing available.