West Springfield is a suburb of Springfield and is known as "West Side" because it is located on the western side of Springfield, divided by the Connecticut River. This fact actually played a major part in the town's early history. West Springfield became independent from Springfield in 1774, after residents grew tired of crossing the Connecticut River during town meetings and to put an end to the tension concerning resource allocation.
West Springfield has a diversified and interesting geography. It is located on the west side of the Connecticut River and on the north side of the Westfield River. On the west, it is bordered by East Mountain, which are linear cliffs of volcanic trap rock, and which are part of the Metacomet Ridge. The city also has plenty of brooks.
Why not get a charter bus in West Springfield, Massachusetts and see what the city has to offer its visitors? Here are some:
If you are in luck, your trip might coincide with The Big E, which is considered as the largest state fair in New England. The 17-day affair will feature food, beer, vendor booths, games, a circus, a series of shows, rides, and so much more!
Make sure you have a 24-passenger bus rental in West Springfield to drive you around the city.