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Reviewed Jun. 4, 2021


Camp Robinson is a training center and is home to the Arkansas National Guard Force along with other military teams.  It is 32,000 acres and is in the heart of Little Rock Arkansas.  It consist of 26 small arms ranges and premier training centers.  

Camp Robinson was named after Joe T. Robinson who was the 23rd governor of 
Arkansas.  The Camp played a very important role in various wars and continues today for training.  It also housed a large German prisoner of war facility.  The Camp was also know as Camp Pike when it was originally  built in 1917 and the CCC Civilian Conservation Corps was stationed at Camp Pike.

You will find a nine hole golf course, a PX and a fine Arkansas National Guard Museum.  Admission is free but call 501-212-5215 for hours.

This campground has not been maintained. Many trailers looked as if they have been there for sometime.  Sites are wooded and there was a picturesque pond with several waterfowl.  There are two sites and one is newer with some pull thru sites. No additional toilets, laundry or showers so you need to be self contained.

This site is ideal to visit Little Rock since it is in the heart of the city.  It is located in a residential area and away from the interstate.  Touring the downtown area will keep you very busy.  Everything is within a few miles drive.  The Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site is open from 0900 - 1630 hours (9 am to 4:30 pm), William J. Clinton Presidential Library (closed till July 1, 2021), Museum of Discovery 0900 to 1700 hours (9 am to 5 pm) Arkansas State Capitol 1000 to 1700 hours (10 am to 5 pm) also check out the Old State House Museum and the Historic Arkansas Museum, Heifer Village or Heifer International 0900 to 1700 hours (9 am to 5 pm),  Downtown has plenty of parking and some great eateries.  A splash of the whimsy is the Esse Purse Museum and Store.

Your time will be well spent checking out all the great museums, shopping and dining you can even catch Broadway plays, truck rallies, music shows, conventions and more.  Enjoy your stay and stay as busy as you want or just kick back and enjoy a peaceful stay.

  • original front gate closed
  • Group pavilion
  • Very small
  • Second section of sites
  • Small pond
  • Wooded area
  • Many of the RV's seem to have been there
  • ANTIQUE dish
  • Wooded area
  • Picnic area
  • Pond
  • Pull through site
  • Have your ducks in a row, how about guess
  • Drive from campsite
  • Boat launch
  • Front gate
  • Front gate

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