Chesterfield Gorge

A dramatic rock canyon, forming the entrance to an extensive natural recreation area, popular for catch-and-release fly fishing. Seventy-foot walls carved by centuries of rushing water from Westfield River adjacent to the General Marquis de Lafayette Trail. Across the river, you’ll see stone abutments from a historic bridge that spanned the river in 1762, swept away by floodwaters in 1835.