Robbins is a city in Moore County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 1,195 at the 2000 census.
Robbins is the hometown of the late Charles E. Brady, NASA astronaut of STS-78 space shuttle mission in 1996. A physician, Brady held the rank of captain in the US Navy, flight surgeon for the Blue Angels Navy flight squadron, an avid amateur radio operator (N4BQW) and BSA Eagle Scout.
Robbins is the hometown of former North Carolina senator and 2004 Democratic vice-presidential candidate John Edwards, and is the annual site of the Mid Atlantic Star Party, a regional gathering of amateur astronomers.