About the OWL Community
Otis Wood Lands is one of the area's premier private communities nestled in the Berkshire mountains. It is a hidden gem of the Berkshire region having kept the natural beauty of the land as it has matured over the years.
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A SAFETY REMINDER REGARDING EXCAVATION AT YOUR PROPERTY:
If you are having any type of excavating work done at your property, DigSafe and Otis Fiber MUST be contacted prior to any work being performed. The number for DigSafe is 811 and the local number for Otis Fiber is 413-297-8135 (this local number is ONLY for excavating work being done at your property). Be safe and dig safe! Please remember that we have underground utilities in the community!
OWL Lodge wifi: The main wifi in the Lodge does not require a password. The network name for the extension is: OwlPasswordRequired
The password for this extension is: route8!!
For those wishing to pay for garbage removal, please contact Hilltown Recycling at 413-854-8866. Be advised that, per the Declaration of Covenants, garbage bins may not be visible from the roadway. Also, please secure bins so wildlife can't access them.
CLUB OFFICE open Wednesday evenings (6-9 p.m.) and Saturday mornings (7-noon). Inclement weather may affect these hours. Please call ahead if you are planning to stop by (413-269-6252)
NEXT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING, is Saturday, May 28th at 9 a.m. via Zoom.
Perfectly situated close to all the cultural venues in the area, Otis Wood Lands has been thoughtfully maintained keeping the peaceful, natural character of the area.
The OWL community was designed in a way to both provide privacy for all the homes and preserve the surrounding natural beauty. OWL is both a quiet retreat from the outside world but also a fun community with social activities that you can choose to participate in or not.
Otis Wood Lands abuts the Otis State Forest. There are meandering trails throughout the community that connect with trails in the state forest and lead to nearby ponds where the fishing is quite good. Year-round hiking and birding, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing all take place on the trail system within the community.