Robinsonville is an unincorporated community in the state of Mississippi in the Southern region of the United States. The area is also known, especially to visitors, under the more familiar name of Tunica. The chief attraction in this area of Mississippi is a large and sprawling complex of casinos, hotels, resort areas and shopping venues. Other locations frequently visited by travelers include the Civil Rights Museum, the historic Delta Plantation and the antebellum mansion known locally as the Columns of Tunica.
Robinsonville is easily accessed via several local airports, including the Tunica Municipal Airport (UTM) and the Ralph M. Sharpe Airport (30M). The town is also easily reached via the historic Highway 61. Although small in size, Robinsonville features many historic and scenic neighborhoods, many of which still contain a fair share of pre-war homes and mansions that are open to the public to tour.
Robinsonville has a classic Southern climate with hot, humid summers, warm spring seasons and short, generally mild winters. Because of its excellent climate, visitors flock to the area at all times of the year. The main attraction, both for nightlife and dining, is the wealth of casinos in the area. These include the Gold Strike, Harrah's, Hollywood Casino, Fitzgerald's and many more.