12 State Parks 4 State Fish Hatcherys 1 State Wildlife Area 68 State Wildlife Management Areas 4 State Fish Hatcherys 2 National Forests 1 National Historic Site 4 National Wildlife Areas 6 National Wildlife Refuges 1 National Recreation Area
Great place! Lots of history!! - I have been to Fort Robinson 3 times since the summer of 1988. The whole place is full of history.
There is always something to do, unless you would rather relax and do nothing. Fort Robinson is great for that, too!
Fort Robinson raises their own grass fed bison to serve in their on site restaurant. The bison tastes great, as does the rest of the food they serve.
The only problem I have found is that I still live 1100+ miles away! ?Y~c
Years of Memories - My parents took us when we were kids & have carried that on with their grandkids. This has been an annual trip for 25+ yrs & remains one our fav trips & greatest memories growing up. Thank you!!
Love the Cranes - It would be nice if the shower / bath house opened earlier in March for us camping crane watchers AND a porta-potty down by the railroad bridge over the river where we all walk to to watch would be very handy and not cost the State Park System too much money.
ENF Visit - We enjoyed the visit we had on Monday. We especially want to thank the person responsible for putting the picnic table half way to the bridge. Not only did our people use this table to rest, but many others did too. They sat and rested on it going and coming back from the bridge. Thank you. We appreciate the courtesy very much.
Labor Day Weekend - What a Great way to spend one of the last weekends of summer. We came to camp and see our son that goes to Chadron State College. Wow, this Park has so much to offer....tomahawk throwing, archery, swimming, trail rides, fishing, and paddle boats. We had a Great time. Shower facilities were clean and showers were hot. It was a fantastic long weekend and we look forward to visiting again.