We’re now on Instagram!

Cranberry Lake Boat Club is now on Instagram! Our username is cranberrylakeboatclub and you can search for us and follow us through the mobile phone app. Please share this, especially with people under 30! Instagram is the world’s leading photo

2017 Poker Paddle for the Library donation

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Poker Paddle for the Library this year! Here’s CLC’s Piers Brahmam (l) and Dave Rurkowski (r) presenting a check for $735 to the librarian Devin Rice (c).

CLBC officers for 2017-2018

At the Board Meeting of the Cranberry Lake Boat Club this morning, the following officers were elected for the next year: Commodore – Nick Hunter Vice Commodore – Bob Sutor Treasurer – Jenna Burkard Secretary – Pat Farnsworth

Did you happen to lose one of these???

These are items found adrift on the lake in the last 6 weeks or so. Stop by the Biological Station on Columbian Road to examine or reclaim these wayward items!

The new Cranberry Lake Boat Club dock has been installed!

The new Cranberry Lake Boat Club dock is now installed! Members may access it via the right of way next to the church directly across from the Stone Manor. Please remember to respect the surrounding property and especially the dock

It’s time to register for the 2017 Firecracker road race!

It’s time to register for the 2017 Firecracker road race!

This year’s Firecracker race/walk will take place on Saturday, July 1, with an 8 AM registration and a 9 AM start. This is a non-sanctioned 5k and 10k race, and 5k and 10k walk. Your $25 registration includes refreshments and

Sponsoring the 2017 Firecracker road race

Are you a local business or resident of Cranberry Lake who loves the Firecracker road race? The race will take place this year on Saturday, July 1 and we will again be listing sponsors on the back of our very

Honoring Peter Vandewater

I wanted to let you and the boat club know that on May 11 (rain date May12) around noon, the Adirondack Park Agency will be honoring Peter Vandewater by planting a tree on the Ray Brook grounds and having a