The following is a list of links of interest to Becket residents and visitors. If you have a suggestion for this page, use our comment form.
- 2020 Census
- Air Force Reserves
- Berkshire Eagle
- Berkshire Visitors Bureau
- Commonwealth of MA
- Hidden Hills
- MA Department of Revenue
- MA Legal Forms
- Medical Reserve Corp.
Berkshire Berries® owned and operated by Mary and David Graves, is located in Becket, Massachusetts--a rural community noted for its lush wooded hillsides and cool summers.
Bonny Rigg Campground is a family campground ideally located 15 minutes south of Mass Pike at the junction of routes 8 and 20. Lovely wooded sites with electric and water, mountain brook, pool, TV lounge, LP, hayrides, gameroom, activites. Modern bathrooms, free hot showers. RVs, tents, overnights, seasonals. Pets allowed.
This Becket enterprise operates two businesses: a ski touring center and a landscaping company.
Gile Real Estate is a full service Real Estate Brokerage serving Buyers and Sellers in Becket as well as all of Berkshire County. We also give free market analysis', opinions of value, rentals and much more. Contact Beth VanNess, Broker at (413) 441-9490.
A Full Service Agency in Becket since 1993 with over 34 years' experience in real estate. Please contact Ann Spadafora at 413 623-5000.
At Uncarved Block we design and build custom energy efficient buildings using local resources.
WiredWest is our communities' chosen solution to the regional problem of inadequate broadband.
The Massachusetts Broadband Institute is progressing quickly building a 1300 mile fiber optic network in western and north central Massachusetts. This network is going through 123 communities and will greatly affect schools, libraries, town halls, medical facilities, public safety, private business and residents alike.
This is a comprehensive website created by the MBI to enable veterans and their families to be able to search all the benefits that they are entitled to in an easy one stop fashion. As there are so many well deserving veterans in our communities we really need help getting the word out on this great tool.