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Ft Indiantown Gap Billeting


Building 11-7

Fort Indiantown Gap offers a variety of lodging options to meet your training needs and intent for any unit size. Our lodging team strives for clean, attractive and well-maintained buildings. Many of our facilities have been renovated within the past five years.

The lodging areas are scattered throughout the garrison, and most are within walking distance to post amenities.

Cottages, suites and transient quarters are available for space-available rental. Reservations may be made 24 hours in advance.

Call 717-861-2512/2540 for more information and availability.


Check-in is 2 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday through Thursday and 2 to 8 p.m. Friday, or mission-dependent. After hours, registration and key pickup may be done at the Fort Indiantown Gap Police Station, Building 7-5. Checkout is before 11 a.m. Late checkout may be arranged with the billeting staff. A $25 fee is assessed for unauthorized late checkouts.


The billeting office accepts MasterCard and Visa. Personal checks are not accepted; however, cash and money orders may be used.


The lake-view, three-bedroom, two-bath homes come with all the amenities. A flat-screen television with satellite is located in the living room, which is furnished with comfortable seating and a fireplace. A full kitchen is equipped with pots and pans, assorted cooking utensils, flatware, eight dinnerware place settings and all appliances. A grill and picnic area are located nearby for cookouts. The en suite master bath has a garden tub. The laundry room comes with a washer and dryer, as well as an iron and ironing board. Commercial internet and phone service is available at no additional cost. The houses may be reserved for general officers on official duty status. Daily housekeeping service is provided. The rate is $65 per night, with additional guests incurring a cost of $10 per night.


The one-bedroom, newly renovated cottages come with a lot of amenities and charm. A flat-screen television is located in the living room area, and a kitchenette comes with pots and pans, assorted cooking utensils, flatware, dinnerware place settings and all appliances. Commercial Wi-Fi and phone service is available at no additional cost. The cottages may be reserved for O-6 and higher on official duty status, and others may rent on a space-available basis. Daily housekeeping service is provided. The rate is $45 per night, with additional guests incurring a cost of $10 per night.


Fort Indiantown Gap’s Chargeable Transient Quarters (CTQs) serve as the installation’s bachelor officer quarters and bachelor enlisted quarters. There are more than 600 rooms available for personnel training on the installation or on orders. Most of the rooms are outfitted with a bed, desk, wall locker, minifridge and air conditioning. There are common-use latrines. A comfortable day room offers Wi-Fi connectivity and satellite television. Some rooms have televisions. Daily housekeeping services are provided.

CTQs may be reserved for officers, warrant officers and NCOs E-7 and higher that are training with units. Soldiers of any rank on official orders may reserve a CTQ room. All others may rent on a space-available basis. Rates are $10 to $35 per night.


More than $2.7 million was invested in barrack renovations in 2010. All of the barracks are located close to one or more of the Soldier amenities, such as the Blue Mountain Sports Arena, Warrior Fitness Center, athletic fields, PX and Recreation Center. The installation has room for more than 6,000 troops.

The typical barracks on Fort Indiantown Gap holds 60 Soldiers in an open-bay style with four cadre rooms per building and a common latrine. Each Soldier has a wall locker and bunk. Newly renovated barracks have air conditioning.

The newest barracks, located in Area 6, are in high demand year-round. These barracks have four bays with 40 bunks each. Each bay has its own latrine. There are administrative and supply spaces with weapon vaults in each of the buildings.


Designed to simulate the austere conditions Soldiers may encounter in a deployed environment, the TTB is able to house approximately 800 troops in permanent buildings. The site has four dining facilities with electricity, supply buildings and a designated motor pool.


Depending on unit strength, administrative buildings are available. Most buildings come with basic amenities such as tables, chairs and a latrine. Some buildings come with internet connectivity. Call 717-861-8158 for more information.


Units may also draw on one of the more than 20 dining facilities on post. In general, dining facilities seat approximately 80 to 100 Soldiers, and a dining facility is needed for approximately every 225 Soldiers. The newly constructed Area 6 dining facility is able to seat a much larger number of troops. For more information, please see the section on Food Service.


Two fully equipped laundromats are on post, located in buildings 4-29 and 12-10. Laundry soap and dryer sheets are available at the Post Exchange.


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