At a glance:
Region: Western Mass.
Rowe might have a tiny population of not nearly 400 people, but that means there’s a lot of open space to enjoy.
The town found in the northwest part of the state has a great student-to-teacher ratio and not a Starbucks in sight for those against corporate infiltration.
There’s the Kemp-McCarthy museum which holds local artifacts and antiques, as well as a history of the Yankee Atomic Electrical Company—the now-decommissioned first nuclear power plant in New England.