Museum is dedicated to telling the story of Camp Roberts, the activities taken place, and the U.S. Army. The Camp was constructed between 1940 and 1941 as one of four Infantry replacement centers to support the expansion of the U.S. Army prior to its entry into WW2. We consider ourselves the largest Army affiliated museum on the west coast.


The Museum is located inside on the Post, and visitors without a valid Government ID will have to be prepared to show a valid Driver's license, current car registration and insurance card.