Camp Joseph Robinson Army Base
Arkansas National Guard, 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 77th Combat Aviation Brigade, 87th Troop Command
6000 Fort McCalister, North Little Rock, AR 72199
Camp Joseph Robinson is the home of Arkansas National Guard. The camp provides training for the Army National Guard while also providing storage and facilities to a number of different military and civilian organizations. The facility consists of 32,000 acres, 26 small arms ranges and hosts three premier training institutions; the 233rd Regiment Regional Training Institute, the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center and the National Guard Professional Education Center.
Camp Robinson was also once known as Camp Pike, named of General Zebulon Montgomery Pike when it was originally built in June 1917. Camp Robinson has a long history dating back to World War I and World War II, but unlike other bases that have closed in the intermission between conflicts, Camp Robinson has always served a purpose.
Arriving at Camp Robinson
From Bill and Hillary Clinton Airport in Little Rock, Camp Robinson is approximately 10 miles away via I-30E.
There are over 10,000 Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, military family members, DoD personnel and retirees assigned to Camp Joseph Robinson.