The Wendell and Inez Robie Foundation

Robie Park Use Rules

Visitors to Robie Park are asked to observe the following Rules...

  1. No campfires are permitted at Robie Park.
  2. Dogs must be kept on leash AT ALL TIMES.
  3. All water at the Park is for animal use ONLY -- the water is NOT tested or treated for human use.
  4. Horses are not allowed in the park's meadow area due to environmental concerns.
  5. Wildlife inhabits the area, such as, BEARS, COYOTES, RATTLESNAKES, MOUNTAIN LIONS, PORCUPINES, etc. Be cautious and respect their space!
  6. The Tahoe-Truckee area is a high Multi Use recreation area with mountain bikes, motorcycles, runners, hikers and equestrians sharing the trails.
  7. Individuals and groups are responsible for cleaning up and removing all garbage. Any clean up costs incurred by the Robie Foundation will be charged back to the user, plus a minimum $500 fee.
  8. Horse manure needs to be spread and the camping areas left clean and natural.
  9. Headquarter and camping areas may be reserved in advance by contacting the Foundation at 503-367-4332 or email: robiepkrobiefoundation.org
  10. A $15.00 per horse per night donation is requested by the Foundation to assist in the maintenance and continued improvements for the area. Please make checks payable to "The Robie Foundation" and mail to the address provided below.
  11. The intent of the Foundation is to provide a primitive equestrian staging area for access to the trails in and around the Truckee/Tahoe high country. The Park is NOT a commercial venture, but rather a PRIVATE PROPERTY / PUBLIC BENEFIT under the terms of our 501(C)(3) non-profit incorporation.

    ***ANYONE USING THE ROBIE PARK STAGING AREA DOES SO AT THEIR OWN RISK***
  12. The Park falls within the boundaries of the Tahoe National Forest . ALL Forest Service (USFS) regulations must be followed as they pertain to day or overnight use. (Contact the Truckee FS Office at 530-587-3558 or visit their website for questions and current use updates.)
  13. The Foundation reserves the right to refuse Park access to any individuals with or without cause.
  14. Robie Park is generally open from early July through mid September. Specific dates cannot be listed due to the uncertainies of weather in the Sierras.

***Please Note: All events are required to provide a Certificate of Insurance naming the Robie Foundation as additional insured, along with completing a Park Use form***

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The Wendell & Inez Robie Foundation
PO Box 714
Foresthill, California  95631

Phone: 530.367.4332 (call ahead to send a fax)

Email: robiepkrobiefoundation.org