West Springfield

West Springfield Travel Guide

Hotels in West Springfield

West Springfield Accommodations (11)
Clarion Hotel West Springfield

Clarion Hotel West Springfield

2.50 109 reviews

1080 Riverdale St, West Springfield, United States

Hampton Inn West Springfield

Hampton Inn West Springfield

4.00 274 reviews

1011 Riverdale St, West Springfield, United States

Red Roof PLUS+ West Springfield

Red Roof PLUS+ West Springfield

3.50 164 reviews

1254 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, United States

Quality Inn West Springfield

Quality Inn West Springfield

2.00 64 reviews

1150 Riverdale Street, West Springfield, United States

Travel Blogs from West Springfield

West Springfield Travel Blogs (4)
Down the coast of Maine, West Springfield, United States travel blog

Down the coast of Maine

A travel blog entry by suzy.holm

6

And into Massachusetts. Got caught in a bad traffic jam. And saw a car totally in ...

Sleep at last, West Springfield, United States travel blog

Sleep at last

A travel blog entry by pygmypuff

1

We finally got some sleep in Springfield Massachusetts after a long 10 hour day of ...

Lake Attotink, West Springfield, United States travel blog

Lake Attotink

A travel blog entry by webebookersyall

8

After a recommendation from somebody that we met down at a dog park, we headed out to Lake Attotink, just south of Springfield (but no Homer). Beautiful 4 mile walk around the Lake. Looks like it has a tourist area for the summer where you can hire boats, ...

Massacusetts, West Springfield, United States travel blog

Massacusetts

A travel blog entry by kjohnson

7

Hello ...

Attractions in West Springfield

West Springfield Attractions (3)
The Big E

The Big E

4.50

1305 Memorial Avenue, West Springfield, Massachusetts, United States

Majestic Theatre

Majestic Theatre

4.50

131 Elm St., West Springfield, Massachusetts, United States

Storrowton Village Museum

Storrowton Village Museum

4.50

1305 Memorial Ave, West Springfield, Massachusetts, United States

Restored New England village features several buildings (circa 1767-1850), which were dismantled, moved and reassembled to create a living historic museum.