FORT CAMPBELL HOUSING: 4 ON-POST OPTIONS
IntroductionWelcome to Fort Campbell! Located astride the Kentucky-Tennessee border, Fort Campbell is home to the 101st Airborne Division and the 160th Special Operations Regiment. Now that you have your orders and are on your way, you’re probably thinking about finding a place to live. Finding the right home can be hard, especially if you’re moving to a new area. With that in mind, we’ve put together a guide to help you get started and give you an idea of what to expect when it comes to your choices for housing on Fort Campbell.
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Fort Campbell BAHThis link will allow you to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and zip code. Knowing your BAH is crucial for making a budget and guiding your home search. To learn more about how your military BAH rate is determined, visit our in-depth guide here.
Fort Campbell BarracksAssignment to the barracks is mandatory for all E-1 to E-5 soldiers assigned to Fort Campbell who are single and or unaccompanied. Single soldiers may reside off post, but approval to reside off post must be granted in advance by the garrison commander. Each room in the Fort Campbell Barracks meets the 1+1 housing standard. Each room houses two soldiers who share a common bath and kitchen area. Room size may vary, but all rooms meet the required minimum square footage requirement. All rooms come with beds, nightstands, dressers, chests, and an entertainment center. Soldiers must provide or request their own linens.
Fort Campbell Barracks ProgramSoldier Support Center 2702 Michigan Ave. Fort Campbell, KY 42223
Phone:1 (270) 798-0673
Fort Campbell Housing Services OfficeThe Housing Services Office should be your first point of contact when you get to Fort Campbell, whether you’re going to live on or off the installation. All service members, regardless of grade or marital status, are required to report to the HSO prior to entering in an agreement to rent, lease, or purchase off-post housing. The HSO provides assistance in acquiring off-post rental housing, tenant-landlord complaint mediation, and pre-occupancy adequacy inspections, as well as assistance with home purchasing and selling.
Fort Campbell Housing Services OfficeSoldier Support Center 2702 Michigan Ave. Fort Campbell, KY 42223
(On-Post Housing): 1 (931) 431-9003
(Off-Post Housing): 1 (270) 798-3808
Hours:Monday through Friday 0730 - 1600
Fort Campbell Housing Options
Campbell CrossingThere is no government housing on post. On-post housing at Fort Campbell goes through Campbell Crossing Limited Liability There are 4,457 homes on post. Click here to browse the available floor plans and find the best one for you. Homes range from 2-5 bedrooms, and come in a wide variety of styles, with some over 2,000 square feet. Select homes are also available to rent to qualified military retirees and DOD civilian employees. The neighborhoods are walkable and pet friendly and feature several amenities including playgrounds, dog parks, splash parks, two Starbucks locations, volleyball courts, fitness centers, a community garden, a home care DIY center, free front and side lawn care, trash and recycling pickups, and several events and activities for residents. Best of all, the neighborhoods are close to local DoD schools and are less than a ten-minute drive to work.
Campbell Crossing2702 Michigan Ave Fort Campbell, KY 42223
Phone:1 (931) 431-9003
Note:Even though some neighborhoods may be available to all ranks, only certain homes within that neighborhood may be available to certain ranks.
1. The Village Commons at Hammond Heights
Ranks:E1-E9, CW1-CW5, O1-O3, Retirees, and DoD Civilians The Village Commons at Hammond Heights offers 3-4 bedroom single-family homes, duplexes, and townhomes. The area also features a large meeting room, sizable fitness and workout room, full-service Starbucks, playgrounds, and a professional Campbell Crossing team to assist you with whatever you need. This community features the first-ever Boundless Playground on a military installation designed for soldiers and family members with special needs. This area also includes a splash park, a skate park, two pavilions, and an amphitheater for outdoor movies and other entertainment.
The Village Commons at Hammond Heights supports the following neighborhoods:Hammond Heights and New Hammond Heights, Zahn Park, Summers Park, Taylor Village East, Taylor Village West, McAuliffe Park
2. The Commons at Pierce Village
Ranks:E1-E9, CW1-CW5, O1-O3, Retirees, and DoD Civilians The Commons at Pierce Village is on the north side of Fort Campbell and close to gates 5, 6, and 7. Houses here vary from 2-5 bedroom single-family and 3-5 bedroom townhouses. Schools, parks, convention centers, and more are all within walking distance. The community center offers a large meeting room with a full kitchen, a sizable fitness and workout room, and playgrounds.
The Commons at Pierce Village supports the following neighborhoods:Barker Court, LaPointe Village, Lee Park, Pierce Village
3. The Commons at Werner Park
Ranks:E1-E9, CW3-5, O1-O5, Retirees, and DoD Civilians The Commons at Werner Park is home to general, senior, field, and company-grade officers, as well as junior NCOs. The houses here range from 2-4 bedroom single-family homes to 2-4 bedroom duplexes, as well as some townhomes. This community offers established neighborhoods and playgrounds and is within walking distance of elementary and high schools. Also nearby are child development centers, a golf course, Dolan Pool, Hooper Bowling Center, and a shoppette. The Commons at Werner Park also offers a meeting room with a kitchen, a fitness and workout room, and playgrounds.
The Commons at Werner Park supports the following neighborhoods:Harper Village, Werner Park, Turner Loop, Stryker Village, Cole Park, Drennan Park, New Drennan Park
4. The Commons at The Woodlands
Ranks:E1-E9, CW1-5, O1-O3, Retirees, and DoD Civilians The Commons at the Woodlands features junior- and senior-enlisted homes and a Senior Leadership neighborhood. The homes here vary in size, but several offer 4 bedrooms. Located within walking distance of an elementary school, a child development center, and a large AAFES shoppette complex, the Commons at the Woodlands offers a large meeting room with a full kitchen, a fitness and workout room, a splash park, walking trails, playgrounds, and tennis courts. A full-size Starbucks coffee shop is conveniently located next to the commons.
The Commons at the Woodlands supports the following neighborhoods:Gardner Hills, The Woodlands
ConclusionWhen you’re moving, planning makes all of the difference. Fort Campbell has a number of great housing options available for those living on-post. There are many options here, so finding the right one will take time, but we hope this guide will help you narrow down your options. Be sure to check availability based on rank and to contact the Housing Services Office for guidance when you start your search.
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