Fort Leonard WoodCommunity
St. Robert rises to life on Interstate 44 as a welcome destination for weary travelers. Boasting over 1,300 hotel rooms and a wide variety of American and international cuisine restaurants, St. Robert is the perfect stop as the sun fades on a long day or provides a destination in itself.
The youngest city in Pulaski County, St. Robert is the business hub for surrounding communities. National franchises and local merchants give way to the main entrance of Fort Leonard Wood, home of the U.S. Army’s Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and training post for the Engineer, Chemical and Military Police Corps. Whether you’re searching for a luxurious night’s sleep or want to satisfy your appetite with an out of the ordinary dining experience, we’ve got the answer.
St. Robert is an exciting community in one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The bustling downtown provides an enjoyable atmosphere to do some shopping or kick back with friends at a local restaurant. The flurry of activity easily recedes into peaceful neighborhoods, quiet parks and scenic country roads.
Visitors have always enjoyed sunny afternoons in St. Roberts’ parks. The town is proud of its dedication to community and family; picnic areas, community parks and playground equipment provide a haven for an afternoon outdoors. Paved walking trails that line the city complement the local landscape and provide an outdoor diversion for travelers. There are even park areas that pay proud tribute to the armed forces and neighboring Fort Leonard Wood with the presence of decommissioned Army and Marine vehicles. The authentic pieces make great photo opportunities.
St. Robert’s convenience to Interstate 44 and historic Route 66 means it’s only short drive to outdoor adventure and breathtaking scenery, family day trips, history’s haunts or Missouri’s wine country. Travel back to an earlier America on intriguing Route 66, whose quaint towns still hold many glimpses into American history. Head out for a day with the family to experience some of the Ozark region’s best canoeing, camping or fishing. Or simply relax at one of our beautiful community parks. No matter the season you visit, there’s sure to be a festival or show to draw your attention.
Blending small-town charm with the excitement of a growing community, St. Robert promises an enjoyable visit. Spend an afternoon or a week, but stop and see why we invite you to “Grow with us.”
You can visit the city of St. Robert online at www.saintrobert.com.