Gateway to Fort Leonard Wood
The city is relatively young but it has achieved more than most cities since its birth, living up to its motto Grow With Us.
Since being formed in 1951, St. Robert has expanded its borders and nearly tripled in size in the last fifteen years. St. Robert has quickly become the commercial center with over 600 businesses and more than 25 hotels/motels. Lodging from Mom and Pop’s along Historic Route 66, to nationally known franchises.
Saint Robert borders the north edge of the Fort Leonard Wood military installation with access from Missouri Ave. St. Robert is proud of our service members and visitors will discover tributes to the United States servicemen and women throughout the city. Must visits are the beautiful welcome sign at the Missouri Ave./Historic Route 66 intersection, the USO Chimney Memorial, and the St Robert Military Tribute located on St. Robert Blvd. This tribute features rock murals of various military affiliations and the Freedom Rock boulder.
A wide array of dining establishments will tickle your taste buds. Tasty BBQ, down-home cooking to authentic International flavors.
The St. Robert Community Center and Park host softball tournaments, the county fair, craft shows, KSBS sanctioned Kickin’ It Route 66 BBQ Competition, and community celebrations throughout the year. The Park system also offers pavilion areas, skate park, and indoor/outdoor aquatic center. The 3 par St. Robert Golf course is available year-round. Travelers from around the globe travel historic Route 66 which runs through St. Robert. A stop by Uranus Missouri is a must! You will want to plan your stay as you make your way along this memorable road.
For outdoor enthusiasts, St. Robert is near beautiful fishing streams, canoe rentals, and resorts….plenty of water fun. With St. Robert’s convenient location within the center of the state along with the wide variety of lodging choices makes it the perfect choice to plan your vacation stay; explore the local attractions, and also take day trips to many other attractions around the state.