Pittsfield State Forest Bathhouse

Department of Conservation and Recreation
Pittsfield State Forest Bathhouse
Pittsfield, MA

This is the second bathhouse comfort station facilities that Stephen Kelleher Architects designed for the Department of Conservation and Recreation. This bathhouse was customized to fit the architectural style of the Pittsfield State Forest where most of the park buildings were built in the 1930’s by the CCC camps under President Roosevelt’s administration.

This handicapped accessible comfort station consists of men’s and women’s washrooms, a family bathroom, and four private shower rooms. The station also provides an exterior sink for campers to wash dishes, pots, and pans, along with three exterior rinse stations. The facility was designed to accommodate fifty camp sites in this 10,000 acre state park.