199 North Brookfield Rd
East Brookfield, MA 01515
Come to Bogey Lanes where you'll find fun for the whole family. We have 12 lanes of Candlepin Bowling, a style of bowling unique to New England. Friday and saturday evenings the lights go out, the pins are aglow and the music picks up for "Cosmic Bowling", a glow in the dark bowling experience. If you've never tried Candlepin your in for a treat! Play a game of pool on our billiards tables or visit our arcade room. If your looking for an outside activity play on our Brand New 18 Hole Miniature Golf Course and top your visit off with a trip to our ice cream bar featuring the best ice cream in the Brookfield's (opened seasonally from April until the beginning of November). Call ahead for information and lane availability.
Business Hours: Tues 6PM - 10PM, Wed 1PM - 10PM, Thur 1PM - 10PM, Fri 1PM - 12AM, Sat 10AM - 12AM, Sun 12PM - 10PM
Brimfield Trail 5K Run
and 1 Mile Walk
Apriul 26, 2014
Five Bridge Road Trail Head
(207 Five Bridge Road)
Brimfield, MA 01010
2014 Trial Race
Register on line - click on our logo above!
Sturbridge Trail Committee
Brimfield State Forest
This rolling, heavily forested property has over 20 miles of roads and trails and is used primarily for hiking, walking, horseback riding and fishing. Dean Pond Recreation Area, located in the western portion of Brimfield State Forest, has a pavilion, comfort station, 100 linear feet of beach and picnic facilities. The roads are popular for equestrian use and related special events.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Dean Pond in Brimfield State Forest will not be open and the DCR is directing visitors to Chicopee Memorial State Park in Chicopee Falls. Due to funding reductions the DCR recomments you check www.mass.gov/dcr for further information or call the listed park number to make sure the facilites are open this season.
Streeter Point Recreation Area
This accessible area has a 100 car parking area and offers fishing, swimming and picnicking on 400 acre East Brimfield Reservoir. Boating access is from ramps located on US Army Corps of Engineers maintained ramps on Rt 20.
East Brimfield Lake
The dam at Westville Lake is situated on the Quinebaug River in the towns of Southbridge and Sturbridge, Massachusetts, approximately seven miles downstream from Old Sturbridge Village. The Westville Lake Recreation Area lies just outside downtown Southbridge, Massachusetts. The developed park includes a three acre athletic field enjoyed by softball and soccer enthusiasts as well as the occasional kite flyer. Several picnic tables and grills are situated throughout the recreation area. Two large picnic shelters accommodate group gatherings and can be reserved for a fee. The picnic shelters has multiple tables, two large grills, electrical outlets, and a wonderful view of the lake and dam. Anglers will find an abundance of warm water fish in the lake including large-mouth bass and panfish. The State of Massachusetts stocks the Quinebaug River above the dam with trout creating a popular fly-fishing location. For boating and canoeing enthusiasts, two boat launches provide easy access to the lake and the slow-moving portions of the river.
Please browse our web site to learn more about Westville Lake and what you can do here. Park Rangers are ready to assist you if you have any questions. Enjoy!
For additional campgrounds:
see Village Green Family Campgrounds on the lodging page on this site.