State Route 57 runs through Granville. Access Route 57 from U.S. Route 5 in Agawam or U.S. Route 202 in Southwick.
Granville is very rural and you will need a car to get around.
Busing is available during the Granville Harvest Fair (Columbus Day Weekend) to get to primary areas of the Fair. The bus stops are at the Granville Village School, the Old Meeting House, and the third stop that used to be at the Granville Green is now at the old Drum Shop. Signs are used to indicate where these stops are, but if you are not sure, ask and someone will happily point you in the right direction! As the buses used are school buses and not larger common carrier buses, space is limited, so if you plan to go on one, get to the stop early. Timing between bus arrivals varies but should not take more than five to fifteen minutes. Busing ends at the end of each fair day (around five PM).
- Noble & Cooley Company for Historical Preservation, 42 Water Street, ☏ . Tour the Granville Noble & Cooley drum factory.
- Granville State Forest, 323 West Hartland Rd (off State Route 57), ☏ . Hiking, camping, swimming.
- Robert's Hillside Orchard, 172 South Ln, ☏ . Pick your own apples. (Apple season only, Call ahead)
- Granville Harvest Fair, October (Columbus Day Weekend)
- Gran-Val Scoop, 233 Granby Road, ☏ . (Rt. 189). Home made gourmet ice cream. Open April 14 - October 14.
- Maple Corner Farm Café, 794 Beech Hill Road, ☏ . Sugar house and pancake restaurant open late February to early April. Call for hours.
- Granville Village Store, Granby Road Cutoff, (413) 357-8555, Cellar-aged cheese in great variations, pizza and subs, groceries.
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