Sandisfield is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Sandisfield lies in the southeastern part of the Berkshire Mountains, along the western banks of the Farmington River. The town lies on a plateau, with the Buck and Clam Rivers flowing through town towards the Farmington, as well as several small, marshy brooks and small ponds and lakes. The town is dotted by pieces of the Sandisfield State Forest, with the highest point in town, Abbey Hill (1,810 ft) lying in the northwest section of the forest. A small portion of Otis State Forest also crosses the northern border of town.