city in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States

Agawam is a town in the Hampden County part of the Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts. It includes the village of Feeding Hills.

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U.S. Route 5 runs along the eastern border of Agawam along the Connecticut River. It connects to Suffield, Connecticut in the south and West Springfield in the north. State Route 57 is the major east/west route through the city.

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  • 1 Six Flags New England, 1623 Main St, toll-free: +1-877-474-9352. The largest theme park in New England with ten roller-coasters, numerous thrill rides, and an expansive water park for those sweltering summer days. It opens in April as the weather starts to get warm and closes in November as it starts to get cold.    
  • 2 Robinson State Park, North Street, +1 413 786-2877. State Park located on the Westfield River. Picnicking, mountain biking, hiking, walking, swimming.    

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  • The 911. The 911 is a tiny little "hole-in-the-wall" restaurant on the corner of North West Street and North Westfield Street. Despite its small size and out-of-the-way location, The 911 has the best burgers and hot dogs in all of Agawam, possibly in the entire Pioneer Valley. The menu isn't much more complicated than that, but the food that they do have is outstanding.

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Routes through Agawam
GreenfieldWest Springfield  N   S  SpringfieldHartford
MontereyGranville ← Jct S    N  W   E  END

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