Like many towns in the Pioneer Valley, Southampton began as a farming community, and though there are few farms left now, retained much of its agricultural atmosphere over the years. The center of town is small and unassuming, but support is strong for community functions, like Celebrate Southampton, which features a community picnic, music, and a talk about the town's history. In Southampton, you can buy farm fresh eggs from a resident who raises chickens or attend a wine-tasting at Black Birch Vineyard. In 2008, the National Rural Water Association rated the town's water as the best tasting in the country. Convenient to Interstate 91, the Massachusetts Turnpike, and surrounding towns including Holyoke, Westfield, Easthampton, and Northampton, Southampton offers something for everyone.
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