Fort Robinson SP Cabins
Fort Robinson State Park visitors can choose lodging from rooms in the 1909 enlisted men's quarters or "cabins" ranging from sleep 2 to 20 in the former officers quarters that date from 1874 to 1909. All "cabins" have kitchens, baths, living rooms and bedrooms. Cabins are furnished with blankets, towels, stoves, refrigerators, silverware and cooking utensils. Lodging is available from mid-April through mid-November.
The Lodge double or twin bed rooms; Cabins & Adobes that sleep 4 to 12 people; Brick officers Quarters that sleep 14 to 20 people; Comanche Hall handles 60 people for sleeping, cooking and dining (complete kitchen). The Buffalo Barracks Squad Room sleeps 20 with 20 cots ina large room, full kitchen, great pleace for youth groups & men or women's retreats. For all accommodations, linens are furnished, and some utensils, dishes and silverware are also provided, except in Lodge Rooms. You may also reserve a picnic shelter for your group or family reunion. Group and meeting facilities include Dodd Hall, Buffalo Soldier Barracks and the Mare Barn Annex. Dodd Hall and the Buffalo Soldier Barracks can seat up to 200 people and the mare Barn Annex seats up to 150 people. Don't forget asking about having the Fort Robinson Restaurant cater your next group or meeting event.
Reservations are taken up to 1 year in advance of arrival day. Year to date reservations begin at 9 .m. CT, and 8 a.m. MT by phone, (402)471-1414, in person or over the Internet, www.ngpc.state.ne.us/parks/permits/reserve.asp .
35 cabins that may be reserved.
22 lodge rooms