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Robinson State Park, Agawam

#83 of 150 in Nature in Massachusetts
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Robinson State Park is a state-owned, public recreation area located mostly in the town of Agawam with a small section in Westfield, Massachusetts. The narrow, 1,025-acre (415 ha) state park follows the course of the meandering Westfield River which forms the park's northern border. The park is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
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  • Love the park, the river, streams, waterfall, hills are beautiful, my happy place. parking near gates and off the road  more »
  • We love this park. There’s so much to do here. I ride my mountain bike through the woods ... fabulous trails. There’s also a paved road through the park, which would be a great way to get a...  more »
  • Nice trails. Smooth trails which wind nicely through the woods. Could do with a few difficult and more technical trails to add interest for more advanced riders.
  • We have always enjoyed our visits here. The kids have plenty of play space and not everyone is crowded in one spot or are. On one side there's the little pond and on the other the river. You must take your trash with you and even so it always kept clean. Check it out.

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