Heath comprises a total area of 24.9 square miles with a population of approximately 706. It is a “Right To Farm Community” with rolling hills, stone walls, forests and streams, bordered by Whitingham and Halifax, Vermont, to the north, Colrain to the east, Charlemont to the south and southwest, and Rowe to the west. The Heath Agricultural Society Fair, held each year in August, features a chicken barbeque, animal events, live music and lots of fun for young and old alike.”
Heath Agricultural Society Fair, is held two weekends before Labor Day at the Heath Fairgrounds on Colrain Stage Road. It offers a variety of events and exhibits, including music, arts and crafts, horse and oxen draws, needlework, baked goods, flowers, fireworks and barbecue. (413) 337-5525
Heath Historical Society, is located in two buildings in the center of town: the old townhouse and the old schoolhouse. The exhibits represent a broad range of Heath's past. Open by appointment. Call Margaret Howland for further information, (413) 337-4980.
Burnt Hill is a scenic vista that hosts two wild blueberry farms where you can pick your own blueberries in the summer.