Resources at The Sanctuary

Resources Close To Three Sisters Sanctuary


The Williamsburg General Store has been a destination for decades with it's quaint New England Charm and the Williamsburg Market has all your grocery needs.

Shelburne Falls

A small, historic town in Western MA with a budding arts community and two of the most iconic MA attractions: The Bridge of Flowers and Glacial Potholes.


One of the most vibrant downtown centers in New England offering a unique blend of independent retail shops, eclectic restaurants and cafes, art galleries, museums, clubs, and theaters earning its name as “#1 Best Small Arts Town in America” and one of the “Top 25 Arts Destinations” in the nation.

North Adams

A hub of culture and arts in the Berkshires, home of MASS MoCA with a panoramic vista of several mountain ranges and access to collaborative communities in all directions.


Artists and creative types have flocked to the town, churning out art and pottery from factory buildings once famed for textiles, buttons, and rubber. Now the city boasts all the perks that come with being a cultural center – social, gastronomical, mixological, and musical, among others.


Old Deerfield Village, Yankee Candle, Magic Wings Butterfly Museum, Berkshire Brewing Co. are just a start to what is offered.

D.A.R. State Forest

A publicly owned forest with recreational features. Activities center around Upper and Lower Highland Lakes.

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.

Chapel Brook

173 acres, with 1,420-foot Pony Mountain, with vertical 100-foot rock face for skilled rock climbers. Below, Chapel Brook, a tributary of the South River meanders through a dense hardwood forest before cascading over three bedrock ledges.


A performance venue housed in a historic church in Florence, MA with a rich legacy of activism. World-class jazz, acoustic roots, and global music from near and far.


40 square miles, this small rural town,has a lake, convenience store with gas, hiking, Fall Festival and a Farmers Market.