Green, forested mountains and clear flowing streams are just a part of the scenic beauty that makes up the town of Rowe, Massachusetts. Located in Northwest Franklin County, bordering Vermont, Rowe is a desirable place to live for its connection to the outdoors and peaceful living. It is close to downhill and cross country ski areas, and an ideal place to go hiking, fishing, hunting, as well as kayaking or rafting on the Deerfield River. Pelham Lake Park is located in Rowe and is a great place to fish. Plus there is a beach area available to town residents.
About 400 people live in Rowe and the population density is 18 residents per square mile. In July, the town comes together to celebrate Old Home Day. Events include a children's fishing derby, boat rides, antique tractors, and fireworks.
Rowe is home to a retreat center. The Rowe Center offers summer camps for children and adults. They also run retreats and workshops the rest of the year on nature, personal growth, spirituality, and the creative arts.
If you are looking to buy a single family home, land to build your dream home, farm, or second home in Rowe, Mass, click here for the latest list of what is currently on the market. You can also contact Wanda Mooney to learn more about the area and the process of moving.
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