Natural Resources

Aside from hunting and fishing (see Fish & Game page) resident wildlife; many lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams; snowmobiling; ATV riding; and backroads provide never-ending opportunity for members and their families to enjoy the real Adirondack experience at Robinwood Park. Club members and their families may socialize with other club members or keep to themselves on thousands of acres of club property,miles of dirt roads/ATV trails, and many lakes and ponds within our boundaries or on state land and lakes adjacent to Robinwood Park.

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Picnic Island in Lows Lake

Please click on one of the drop-down submenus above for more images of some of the natural resources (lakes/rivers, wildlife, flowers, bugs, and other roadside pleasures) that Club members and their families enjoy in or near Robinwood Park.

Fall visitor at Robinwood Park.

Fall visitor at Robinwood Park.

Gloria and others at Robinwood Station.

Gloria and others at Robinwood Station.

Fall colors on beaver pond off road 10.

Fall colors on beaver pond off road 10.

Pink trillium.

Pink trillium.

Wild Iris near Raineer Pond.

Wild Iris near Raineer Pond.

Doe with a cap of snow.

Doe with a cap of snow.

Water pitcher along floating bog in Laws Lake.

Water pitcher along floating bog in Laws Lake.

Immature Bald Eagle on Lows Lake

Immature Bald Eagle on Lows Lake

Bald Eagle in Lows Lake.

Bald Eagle in Lows Lake.

Ski trail on old logging road near Clear Pond.

Ski trail on old logging road near Clear Pond.

Lone Pine Island on Bog Lake

Lone Pine Island on Bog Lake

Moose feeding in Helldiver Pond/Moose River Plains (E. George)

Moose feeding in Helldiver Pond/Moose River Plains (E. George)

Spearmint on cold December morning near old lodge.

Spearmint on cold December morning near old lodge.

Black-eye Susans on old flow near Newcomb, NY.

Black-eye Susans on old flow near Newcomb, NY.

Al and Marie on railroad trail near Beaver River trussel.

Al and Marie on railroad trail near Beaver River trussel.

Little Canada geese along side of dirt road.

Little Canada geese along side of dirt road.

One of the few tributary streams to Bog Lake.

One of the few tributary streams to Bog Lake.

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