Parks & Playgrounds

Lost Lake was designed with activities for all four seasons in mind. There’s no limit on fun!

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Sand Beach

Lost Lake’s sand beach will be a favorite for both young and old, providing a swim beach for sunbathing, playing, or swimming. The white sand beach extends into Lost Lake for a true beach experience. The Beach will offer boating, picnicking, swimming and play areas for Lost Lake property owners and guests.

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Bushkill Park West

Bushkill Park West, located along the west side of the Bushkill River, will offer pedestrian access to the Bush Kill from inside the resort where visitors can enjoy a relaxing picnic, fly-fishing or bird watching.

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Recreational Trail Park

Winding through the community, the Lost Lake Resort Recreational Trail leads to wildlife observation stations, resort amenities and to the Neversink Gorge Trail System adjacent to the resort. The trail provides an excellent opportunity to observe Lost Lake’s wildlife, vegetation, and incredible views.

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Wildlife Observation Stations

Multiple stations will be designed to observe the resort’s abundant natural wildlife, without disruption and an opportunity for photographs of Lost Lake’s incredible views.

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USTA Tennis Courts

Lost Lake’s tennis courts will meet the exact standards of the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Performance proven, Laykold, multi-layer acrylic coatings are designed for optimal year-round playing conditions. Hard courts offer a faster game and more uniform bounce, and our courts will offer more cushion than traditional hard courts.

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Bushkill Park East

Bushkill Park East will offer areas for picnics and fishing on approximately 1.5 acres on the east side of the Bushkill River, and on adjoining land owned by the State of New York. Located close to and accessible from Cold Spring Road, Bushkill Park East will be available for public use.