Towns – Erving

Erving, Massachusetts 01344

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Erving, Massachusetts is a residential community located off Route 2, a busy Mass state highway. The town itself is small, with limited shopping but several popular local restaurants.

Erving offers access to Miller River for whitewater kayaking and fishing, and Northfield Mountain, for cross country skiing, hiking, and rock climbing. Erving is home to Erving Paper Mill, the world’s largest producer of paper napkins. Erving also lays claim to Laurel Lake and Erving State Forest.

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Settled: 1730
Incorporated: 1775
County: Franklin

Erving, MA Population:
2008: 1,552
2000: 1,467
1990: 1,372

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