A Northern Berkshire native with a passion for the outdoors wants to turn a 120-acre property near the summit of Mount Greylock into a one-of-a-kind recreational resort.

The Berkshire Eagle  reports D. Foster Goodrich has submitted plans to the city that call for converting the residential property on Notch Road into a resort replete with "glamping" sites, camping sites, and a bed-and-breakfast in the main residence.

The property would serve as the gateway to outdoor recreation for guests, with the entrance to the Mount Greylock State Reservation nearby, and a host of opportunities for hiking, fishing and mountain biking.

The proposal will be reviewed by the Planning Board during its meeting at 6 p.m. Monday.