We’re now on Instagram!

Instagram logoCranberry 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 sharing / social media site. We’ll be posting our photos there in addition to FB and the website.

News and Info for 08/12/2017

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News and Info for 08/10/2017

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2017 Poker Paddle for the Library donation

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).

Historic postcard: Steamer Helen (at this particular moment unsunk)

The steamer Helen was a popular subject for photos, at times when she was both above and unintentionally partially below the water. The notes for this say that Buck Island is in the background.

Steamer Helen with Buck Island in the Background

News and Info for 08/08/2017

  • “Cranberry Lake and the lands that surround it provide some of the best hiking, biking, paddling, fishing, skiing and camping experiences available in the northeastern United States. This corner of the Adirondack Park is rich in forests, water, wildlife, peace and natural beauty. The Cranberry Lake 50 (a 50-mile circumnavigation of Cranberry Lake) is the perfect way to experience it all. In Cranberry Lake you will find authentic wilderness and you will connect to nature in way that is increasingly difficult in the northeast, if not the world. The Cranberry Lake 50 will guide you through this wilderness, through old-growth forests, past back country ponds, across a fascinatingly glaciated landscape, to peaceful campsites, a rejuvenated spirit, a laudable achievement and a memorable adventure.”

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  • “Guest speaker Michelle Clement from the Regional Office Of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) will present a discussion on the economic benefits of conservation and recreation and the emerging relationship between the Adirondacks, nature and millennials.”

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  • “Field work is starting for a 34-mile-long rail-trail in the Adirondacks from Tupper Lake to Lake Placid.”

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News and Info for 08/07/2017

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