About Camp Roberts, CA
Camp Roberts is a post of the California National Guard located on either side of the Salinas River in Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties. The post is run by the California Army National Guard and is named after a World War I Medal of Honor recipient.
Camp Roberts is important in many respects as a training ground for units from outside of the area. In fact, in addition to hosting annual trainings for nearly all California Army National Guard units, it also has a history of being used by the British Army.
The post is undergoing major renovations to remove infested, hazardous barracks from the World War II-era. Those renovations, which were started in 2012, necessitated the construction of a substantial landfill in the area. However, the areas is still beautiful and suit for personnel.