Ways To Stay at Robinson
Whether you’re the tent type, the cabin-only climber or camper van vagabond, Robinson Bluff has the right setup for your week or weekend of rock climbing. Choose from these three ways to stay:
Robinson Bluff’s campground has 21 primitive, wooded campsites with fire ring and natural seating. Sites are a quick walk from our brand new restrooms with potable water and shower; even closer is the maintained, portable restroom at the top of the grand staircase. Sites are available on a first come first serve basis, and can accommodate up to 6 people per campsite.
The main gate stays locked, so be prepared to haul your things to your campsite (approximately 500 yards) or email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time to request the gate code. Campers looking for a different landscape, and who are willing to hike their gear further, may want to camp along the gravel bar next to the river.
Cost to camp: $10 per site per night
Camper Van or Car Camp
With a large, level gravel parking lot, Robinson Bluff is equipped to handle camper vans, small RVs and travel trailers up to 19 feet. While not the same wooded surroundings as the tent camping, nearby trees offer some shade. No electric, water or sewer hookups, but the brand new restrooms with potable water and showers are located right across the street from the parking lot. Be aware that camper vans, RVs and travel trailers will not be able to make the loop in the campground.
Cost to camper van, RV or car camp: $10/vehicle
For those who prefer more in the way of amenities, the Camper’s Cabin is a quick walk or drive down the gravel road past the parking lot. The brand new, rustic cabin comes with a fully stocked kitchen, laundry, fire pit and BBQ grill. It accommodates up to four people, with two lofts, the queen bed is accessible via a one-of-a-kind cedar-carved staircases and the two twins via a climbing wall or built-in ladder.
With more cabins on the way, this rustic bungalow is currently the only one available to rent on AirBnB. Perfect for Robinson Bluff rock climbers who prefer a crag-side cabin over camping.
Check AirBnB for availability and pricing
Climb more. Drive less.
With 220 sport routes and bouldering problems, development at Robinson Bluff’s 3,615 feet of bluff line is always happening. In addition to fantastic rock climbing, Robinson Bluff guests also have access to hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as the Big River. Whether you stay at Robinson Bluff in a pup tent, pop up or “penthouse,” we’ve got you covered when you aren’t ready to leave!