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Robinson Township is situated in Ottawa County and was established in 1856. It features a mix of residential, commercial, and natural areas, with a focus on preserving natural habitats. Significant roads like Lake Michigan Drive (M-45) and North Cedar Drive provide easy access to the township. Landmarks include Robinson Forest and Riverside Park, which offer a variety of recreational opportunities. The township is part of the Grand Haven Area Public Schools district. Robinson Township is known for its rural setting and community-centric atmosphere. The township has been experiencing slow but steady growth, balancing development with conservation.