From the town's rural past, the community has retained a sense of being a small town where people participate in civic activities, school affairs and sports events. Many recreational opportunities are offered at the State Park and neighboring golf courses.
The physical setting of Agawam, traditional farm fields, historic homes and village centers, with the natural location of the town including mountains, rivers, streams and wetlands, retain an appealing sense of quiet open space. A good place to raise children, with its family values and good schools, Agawam is also a good safe place to enjoy retirement years.
LocationSouthwestern Massachusetts, bordered by Suffield, Connecticut, on the south; Southwick and Westfield on the west; and West Springfield on the north. The Connecticut River separates Agawam from Springfield on the northeast and from Longmeadow on the east. Agawam is 94 miles southwest of Boston; 21 miles north of Hartford, Connecticut; and 131 miles from New York City.
Total Area: 24.23 sq. miles
Land Area: 23.24 sq. miles
Density: 1,176 per sq. mile
Source: Mass Department of Housing and Community Development
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