Recreation

More than 25 miles of main dirt roads, old skidder trails, side roads, and several maintained trails permit members to enjoy much of the lands leased and owned by the Club up close using ATVs (or trucks) during the warm summer months and via snowmibile during the winter months. Snowmobiling has been a popular recreational activity during winter months at Robinwood Park since the 1970’s with groomed snowmobile trails leading to Long Lake, Tupper Lake, Cranberry Lake, and Beaver River. Most years there is an old-timer snowmobile run to get the old sleds and sledders out for a some fresh air. Club roads, lakes, tracks, and old logging roads also make Robinwood a great place to put on the skies or snowshoes to get away from everything.

Ice fishing on Bog Lake a few years back.

Ice fishing on Bog Lake a few years back.

Al and Marie on railroad trail near Beaver River trussel.

Al and Marie on railroad trail near Beaver River trussel.

Snowmobiles at Beaver River a few miles south of Robinwood Park.

Snowmobiles at Beaver River a few miles south of Robinwood Park.

Cookout on Bog Lake a few years back.

Cookout on Bog Lake a few years back.

Ski tracks on Station road near Robinwood Station in early winter.

Ski tracks on Station road near Robinwood Station in early winter.

Marie snowshoeing in deep snow.

Marie snowshoeing in deep snow.

Two feet of fresh snow on the loop road at Robinwood Park.

Two feet of fresh snow on the loop road at Robinwood Park.

Ski trail leading to old lodge site in midwinter.

Ski trail leading to old lodge site in midwinter.

Ski trail at southwest end of Bog Lake in February.

Ski trail at southwest end of Bog Lake in February.

Old snowmobiles at Beaver River a few years back.

Old snowmobiles at Beaver River a few years back.

Gloria and others at Robinwood Station.

Gloria and others at Robinwood Station.

Marie on ATV at Robinwood.

Marie on ATV at Robinwood.

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