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Inside the quiet shady sanctuary of Don Robinson State Park, it’s hard to believe that the bustling metropolitan area of St. Louis is not far away.
The park’s wooded hillsides buffer any outside noise, and its interesting sandstone canyons make it easy to forget there is a world outside. That’s just what Don Robinson intended when he purchased the property as his personal home and sanctuary.
The area is located in the upper watershed of the LaBarque Creek and features sandstone box canyons, shelter caves, cliffs, glades, and upland and bottomland forests. It was Robinson’s wish that upon his death, his personal sanctuary would become part of the Missouri state park system.
Today, Don Robinson State Park offers visitors to chance to experience and explore this amazing landscape that is not far from St. Louis but still a world away. The park offers hiking trails, a picnic shelter and a special-use camping area.