Holyoke Marijuana Information
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Sitting just west of the Concord River, and just east of the Mount Tom Range is the beautiful city of Holyoke. The city has a population just shy of 40,000 residents, making it the 37th largest city in the state of Massachusetts. The city was officially incorporated in 1850, but settlement began as early as 1745. The city is fondly referred to as “The Paper City.”
Holyoke is located about 8 miles north of Springfield in western Massachusetts, and has a rich history of agricultural pursuits and the production of paper. After a dam was built in town, the city was able to harness the power of the moving water and channel it to power the factories and mills. At one point there were over 25 different mills producing paper goods in the town.
The landscape in Holyoke is gorgeous. With its location off the mighty Connecticut River and by Mount Tom Range, the terrain is more hilly and mountainous than much of the rest of the state. There are rock faces that offer stunning views and climbers and hikers alike adore.
For you sports nuts, Holyoke is revered for being the birthplace of volleyball! The game was invented here in town in 1895, and rapidly spread to the rest of the world.
Unfortunately there are currently no medical marijuana dispensaries located in town, but with the recent legalization of marijuana for recreational use in the state of Massachusetts, we hope that it will mean that some recreational shops will open their doors to the public in the area in the near future!
Come check out all that Holyoke has to offer. It is a great place to relax and unwind! If you would like more information on Massachusetts Marijuana Laws, click here.
And if you would like to know where the nearest medical marijuana dispensary is located, it can be found by consulting our Massachusetts Dispensary Map & Directory.
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