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The Robinson State Park is a state park and recreation area in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts. It is a popular day use area in the Springfield region.

Described as ?one of the most enjoyable places to ride in south central Massachusetts?, the Robinson State Park offers 852 acres of natural setting in an urban locale. It is home to a great number of tree species, considered as one of the most diverse forests in the state. It is also filled with some rare, threatened, and endangered wildflowers, adding more charm to this narrow park.

Created in the 1930s through the donation of John C. Robinson to be used as a recreation area, the roads of the Robinson State Park were built by the CCC. Visitors of the park can enjoy hiking, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, picnicking, swimming, and cross country skiing among many others.
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