The parcel of land owned by Loon Gulf that encompasses Surveyor Point, Crusher Mountain, and curves up and along Route 26 to upper Bass Lake Road has been sold. This parcel includes some waterfront along Molasses Bay. The backside of the parcel abuts the Sable Highlands lands owned by a private paper company, which is subject to a somewhat restrictive recreational access easement with NYSDEC.
I believe the intent of the new owner is to preserve open space, as it currently exists. The parcel has been selectively posted (Surveyor Point, and lands around some existing homes). It does not appear that the Crusher Mountain trail has been posted.
He has also purchased the portion of Prince Camp Point formerly owned by Loon Gulf. This parcel abuts Route 26 and, I believe, includes the land along Route 26 at Hodge Bay.
Other parcels sold by Loon Gulf have been extensively logged. Most recently, the parcel bounded by Route 26 and Blue Spruce.
I am an advocate for sustainable Forestry, which includes responsible logging. It significantly improves the health of the forest and provides much more diverse wildlife habitat.