Towns – Hinsdale

Hinsdale, Massachusetts 01235

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Hinsdale, Massachusetts is only 9 miles from Pittsfield and 42 miles from Springfield. Hinsdale was named for one of its first families, the Hinsdale’s. The Hinsdale’s owned an important woolen mill, which later closed during the Great Depression. Today, Hinsdale, Mass is mostly a rural town known as a distant suburb of Pittsfield. The Berkshire Hills and parts of the Appalachian Trail cut through Hinsdale. There are many rivers and lakes, including Ashmere Lake and Muddy Pond. Many summer camps and country clubs surround the lakes of Hinsdale.

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Settled: 1763
Incorporated: 1804
County: Berkshire

Hinsdale, MA Population:
2008: 1,913
2000: 1,872
1990: 1,959

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