The Camp Roberts Museum receives no government funding, so your donations are very important to us.  The Museum is run by an all-volunteer force, which means that the Director/Curator, all the other Board Members,
and all the Docents put their own time (and money) into running and improving the Museum.  We subsist on visitor donations, special donations, an
occasional small grant, our membership program, and proceeds from the Museum Gift Shop.  All proceeds from books written by the Curator go to the Museum as well.  Anyone wishing to help the Museum in its mission to preserve and relate the history of Camp Roberts and its soldiers is invited to send a check in any amount, made payable to the "Camp Roberts Museum."  Our mailing address is:
The Camp Roberts Museum
Bldg. 114
Camp Roberts, CA  93451-5000.

Donors will receive a formal letter of thanks, noting the amount of the donation along with the Museum's non-profit tax-exempt number for
income tax purposes.
Camp Roberts Historical Museum

Building 114
Camp Roberts, California


The Museum is always eager to accommodate group tours.  Our volunteers are very conscientious and eager to host larger groups that cannot make it on our normal Thursday or Saturday.

If your tour group, veterans group or civic club would like a special tour of the Museum, please contact  the Director/Curator, Gary McMaster, at (805) 286-6431, to make arrangements.

The Camp Roberts Historical Museum is located on Camp Roberts, California, just halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on Highway 101 (12 miles north of Paso Robles). 

The Museum is the repository for the entire history of one of America's largest and most historic Army installations, and is open to the public on Thursdays and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding National Holidays).

Groups are welcome, and lunch can be arranged ahead of time at the large camp mess hall.  There is also a nice picnic area in the back garden of the Main Museum for those bringing their lunches. 

The Museum has a great many interesting exhibits in both of its exhibit buildings--the Main Museum and the Museum Annex and has many historic vehicles, both tracked and wheeled, on display.

The topics of its exhibits range from the early ranches and the Salinas Indians through World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam, to present-day mobiliza-tions to the Middle East

The Museum has a large gift shop, two video viewing rooms, a conference room, two libraries, a picnic area, and other facilities. Handicap ramp and parking are provided at the facility. 

Many celebrities have trained at Camp Robbers, including Caspar WeinbergerRed Skelton, Robert Mitchum, Bob Newhart, and there is also an exhibit on them as well. 

Admission is always FREE to all visitors.

Access:  If visitors do not possess an active or retired military ID card, they must stop at the Military Police headquarters on the right to sign in and obtain a visitor pass before proceeding past the gate guard and entering the Camp.