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Robbins Park


  1. Disc Golf Course
  2. Fishing
  3. Gaga Pit
  4. Multi-Purpose Field
  5. Parking
  6. Picnic Areas
  7. Picnic Shelter (Reservable)
  8. Playground
  9. Restrooms
  10. Sand Volleyball Court
  11. Tennis
  12. Walking Trails
Robbins Park is a multiphase, joint venture project, between Westmoreland Lake LLC, Mecklenburg County and the Town of Cornelius. These three partners collaborated to design a park and residential community, The Preserve at Robbins Park. The crescent area opened in September 2011. Phase II opened in April 2015.

View a map of Robbins Park and Westmoreland Athletic Complex.
View the Robbins Park Master Plan.

Interested in fishing? Read more about the required NC fishing license, including a link to purchase yours online.

Interested in reserving a field or shelter?  Visit our Rental Information page.

Please Do Not Feed the Dog Decoys

The PARC Department will soon be installing Watch Dog Goose Patrol dog decoy silhouettes around Robbins Park to help manage the growing Canada geese population.  Park visitors have voiced concern over their aggressive behavior and excessive droppings on the park trails and boardwalk. Grazing Canada geese can damage plant material creating unsightly, unhygienic and unsafe conditions.  
Staff researched humane methods to reduce the impacts of geese on the parks. Dogs are considered one of the few predators to geese.  For this pilot project, dog decoys will be staked into the ground in areas where the geese congregate.  The decoys will be elevated slightly above the ground to allow the dog decoy to move freely in the wind. This movement is designed to keep geese away.