Whether you are glancing at migratory birds on your way to class or snowboarding down a mountain, you’ll have every opportunity to enjoy the natural environment and the 275-acre campus.
Located in an area with as rich a natural history as the Berkshires, the Simon's Rock campus contains various vestiges from its natural past. Behind theLiebowitz Center for International Studiesis a white oak which is older than both the school and the US. Simon’s Rock, the college’s boulder namesake, as well as many of the other rocks on campus were brought here on glaciers thousands of years ago. As a student you’ll have many opportunities to experience the natural history of the campus.
Whether you prefer to hike through open wilderness or read a book by the lake, Simon’s Rock has a lot to offer you.
Simon’s Rock is near several ski facilities, hiking trails, and natural areas.Learn more about outdoor activities in the Berkshires.
Enjoy the Surroundings
There are many scenic nooks and open spaces where students work, relax, and socialize.
Explore the campus and see for yourself.