Robinson State Park

Robinson State Park


Location:In the southwestern part of central Massachusetts. Take Mass Pike (I-90) to Exit 4, I-91 south, Route 57 west, Route 187 north to North Street. Follow signs.
Facilities:Picnic areas, trails (é), restrooms (é), scenic viewing areas.
Activities:Fishing, canoeing, swimming, hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Located just minutes from Springfield on the Westfield River, this urban park serves as a major day-use area. It features five miles of frontage on the river, and one of its most picturesque spots is a 17-acre island west of the falls at Mittineague.
Address:428 North St
Agawam, MA 01001

Phone:413-786-2877
Web: www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/central/robn.htm
Size: 811 acres.

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Best access areas include; Pine Ridge District of the Nebraska National Forest, Fort Robinson State Park area and Gilbert Baker, Ponderosa, Peterson, Metcalf, Bordeaux and Bighorn wildlife management areas.
BRIMFIELD - The state Department of Conservation and Recreation reopened Robinson State Park in Agawam Sunday, after an initial cleanup of roads, trails and the day use area from the June 1 tornado.
In Agawam, Robinson State Park had been closed since the June 1 tornado damaged 25 acres, including day use areas, roads, trails, and power lines running through the park.
We're excited to have Robinson State Park reopen for the public," said DCR Commissioner Ed Lambert.
DAWES County: Nebraska National Forest, 30 km SW of Chadron, on rotten log, Morgan and Egan 380; Fort Robinson State Park, 2 miles NW of Fort Robinson, on bark, Egan 13374; Chadron State Park, 8 miles S of Chadron, on Pinus, Egan 13344; SCOTTS BLUFF: Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area, 10 miles S of Scottsbluff, on bark, Egan 13462.
2 miles N of Newport, Hughes 023; SHERIDAN: 15 miles S of Rushville, Kiener 26725, 28131; SIOUX: NW of Crawford, Kiener 28112, 28119; Crawford, Kiener 28108, 28122; Fort Robinson State Park, 2 miles NW of Ft.
Robinson, on soil, Egan 13395; Fort Robinson State Park, 2 miles NW of Ft.
In 1996, some of the most popular places were Fort Robinson State Park (355,000 visitors), Scotts Bluff National Monument (132,166), Arbor Lodge State Historical Park & Museum (100,000), Carhenge (86,598), Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer (60,002), and Buffalo Bill Ranch State Historical Park (28,446).
Along the way, it passes through and connects several DCR state parks and forests, including Robinson State Park, Mount Tom State Reservation, Mount Holyoke Range State Park, Wendell State Forest and Mount Grace State Forest.
adjacent to the 450-acre Conroy Robinson State Park, yet still close to