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We stayed at Fr. Robinson for a week. Very nice and clean.. It has two campgrounds. One has full hookup. Very reasonably priced. Lots of history to see on site. They also have man hiking trails, fishing, horseback riding. Everyone thee was very friendly and...More
This year was the second time that we stayed here. We had the very large groups staying in the old "officers" quarters. The housing is updated but still as original as can be. If you are looking for perfection your missing the point with this...More
They'll tell you the Queen Lodge rooms aren't big enough for a 3rd person. That's not really true. A twin bed or bunks could easily fit in there. A blow up mattress would suffice. If nothing else, the room begs for a King sized mattress....More
Although I had visited Fort Robinson in the past, this was the first time I had stayed overnight. The rooms in the lodge are sparsely furnished, but accommodations are comfortable. This is not a Holiday Inn...no TV, no little shampoo, lotion bottles, etc. This adventure...More
We were part of a large group who came for the Eclipse. We stayed in Comanche Hall. Huge rooms with baths. Easily accommodates 60 people. Great kitchen and dining room to feed the masses. So many activities at the park ... museums, horseback or carriage...More
I would say, yes, overall, it's usually quite hot in August. If they dont' provide fans, it is a thought to bring one along. Having said that, we camped in our horsetrailer quarters in Aug or early Sept and were able to... More
I would say, yes, overall, it's usually quite hot in August. If they dont' provide fans, it is a thought to bring one along. Having said that, we camped in our horsetrailer quarters in Aug or early Sept and were able to sleep with the windows open, and not use the a/c. We were very comfortable.