About Robbins Crossing
Robbins Crossing is a small pioneer village made up of several log cabin style structures. Located on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, the special visitors center serves as a unique lab for students learning interpretive services at the college. On weekends from Memorial Day through the end of October, costumed interpreters recreate the people and settings of a 19th-century southeastern Ohio community. Robbins Crossing can be seen by the public throughout the year and is open for private parties and catering events. Contact Hocking College for more information.