Fort Gordon Community

Fort Gordon
Serving You

Serving You

Fort Gordon_2019 Our Military Serving You

For hours of operation, menus and special event information, visit and click on “More” then “Social & Dining.”

Alternate Escapes Cafe
Building 25722 706-791-0785

Bogey’s Grill
Building 537 (at the Golf Club) 706-791-2433

Domino’s Pizza
Building 25722 706-863-6211

Gordon’s Cafe
Building 18402 706-791-6780

Heroes Sports Bar
Building 33200 (at the Bowling Center) 706-791-3446

Huddle House
35304 Avenue of the States Drive

Jackpot Cafe
Building 15500 706-791-5106

Kegler’s Cafe
Building 33200 (at the Bowling Center) 706-771-6907

Building 29607 (at Gordon Fitness Center) 706-791-2647

Me Me’s & Bo Bo’s Express Chinese Restaurant
Building 36200 706-792-9774

MWR Cafe
Building 33720 706-791-1330

Towers Cafe
Building 29808 706-791-5849


Army Continuing Education Services
Building 21606 706-791-2000

Education services and programs are available at the education center and Multi-Use Learning Facility. Active-duty military, reserve-component military, retirees, Department of the Army civilians and their adult family members may receive counseling, information about financial aid and local programs, testing services and enrollment in selected programs. There are also on-site college representatives from Georgia Military College, Troy University and Webster University.


Army Community Service

Building 33720 706-791-3579

Army Community Service is a worldwide program designed to provide both active-duty and retired military families with a centrally located and unit-based responsive source of information and assistance in solving problems. The program functions as an expansive social service network for the military community. At Fort Gordon, Army Community Service is in Darling Hall.

Programs include Army Emergency Relief; the Army Family Action Plan; Army Family Team Building; the Army Volunteer Corps; domestic abuse assistance; Employment Readiness; the Exceptional Family Member Program; Family Advocacy; Financial Readiness; mobilization and deployment services; the New Parent Support Program; Relocation Readiness; and Survivor Outreach Services. For detailed program information, visit Fort Gordon’s MWR website.

Child Development Centers

East CDC
Building 290 706-791-8707

Main CDC
Building 45300 706-791-2701

West CDC
Building 18407 706-791-0718

The child development centers offer weekly care for children 6 weeks to 6 years old, and hourly care is available for children as old as 12 on a space-available basis with reservations. The centers provide safe, nurturing environments that promote the social, emotional, physical, creative and cognitive growth development of youngsters. All programs are staffed with trained program assistants and education technicians.

Children of active-duty military personnel, appropriated or non-appropriated fund personnel, Reservists on active duty, DOD contractors and DOD civilian personnel are eligible. To use any Child, Youth and School Services program, applicants must register with Parent Outreach Services, in Building 44401. Registration requires proof of eligibility; the child’s immunization records; the child’s Social Security card; the child’s birth certificate, passport or DOD dependent ID card; leave and earnings statements or pay vouchers for both parents; emergency contact info; DOD Form 2652, the application for DOD child care fees; USDA CACFP enrollment form; and DA Form 7625-1, the special needs form.

For more information, contact Parent Outreach Services at 706-791-4455 or visit

Exceptional Family Member Program
Building 33720 706-791-4872

This program provides special-needs families with information and referral services.

Family Child Care
Building 44401 706-791-4440

Family Child Care provides an alternative to child development center care for families that need evening care, weekend care, care for children with special needs, infants and school-age children, as well as care during swing and midnight shifts.

The program also offers an opportunity for spouses to contribute to the family income while caring for their own children.

FCC providers are well trained, they and their family members undergo a thorough background check and their homes are periodically inspected by the Signal Branch Safety Office, Fire Prevention and Preventative Medicine.

School Liaison
Building 44401 706-791-7270

The school liaison office is the connection between Fort Gordon families and private and public schools. The office provides support to service members during all stages of transition and deployment to ensure children receive every opportunity for quality education.

Youth Services

School-Age Services
Building 45410 706-791-7575

Teen Center
Building 41503 706-791-6500

School-Age Services offers before- and after-school activities for kids in grades 1 through 5. Activities include mentoring and homework help, sports and fitness options, life skills and leadership opportunities, 4-H clubs, art and other recreational pursuits.

The Youth Services program and the new Teen Center are for kids in grades 6 through 12. Youth Services is an affiliate of 4-H and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. It offers a wide variety of activities and clubs that focus on character and leadership development, community service, the arts, sports, fitness and recreation.

Hours and fees for these programs vary. Transportation to and from various off-post schools is available. See the website for more information.


PenFed Credit Union
36305 Avenue of the States 800-247-5626

Wells Fargo
Building 36300 706-771-5960


Legal Assistance
Building 29718 706-791-7812/7813

Notary and power of attorney services are available on a walk-in basis during normal operating hours. Individual legal assistance is provided by appointment only. Available services include legal assistance in family law, estate planning, property, military issues, taxes and more.

Building 33500 706-791-7323

The Fort Gordon Woodworth Library’s collection consists of print and electronic resources. Free proctoring and notary services are also available. Library programs include family games and movies, preschool story hour, a garden club and more. To search the library’s online catalog, visit the library’s website.


For information about the recreational programs at Fort Gordon, visit the Fort Gordon MWR website at

Aladdin Travel
Building 36200 706-771-0089

Aladdin Travel is Fort Gordon’s Information, Tickets and Registration program. It is a full-service travel agency offering airline tickets, cruises, attraction tickets and more. Find information and get military discount tickets for area attractions, including Six Flags Over Georgia, Riverbanks Zoo, Carowinds and more.

Alternate Escapes Recreation Center
Building 25722 706-791-0785

The center features free Wi-Fi, TVs, pool and pingpong tables, the Game Link Lounge, arcade games and more. If you’re hungry, grab a bite to eat at the cafe or Domino’s pizza.


Indoor Pool
Building 21608 706-791-3034

Outdoor Pool and Spray Park
Building 36710 706-791-8053

The indoor pool is a fitness and learning pool. The heated facility has seven 50-meter lanes and two diving boards. The Outdoor Pool and Spray Park has a big pool and a kiddie pool, each with a beachfront entry. Other features include tumble buckets, a toddler slide, a three-story slide, two diving boards and a covered patio for eating. Hours are seasonal for the outdoor facility.

Bingo Palace
Building 15500 706-793-0003

Play for cash prizes with paper or electronic versions of bingo. Afterwards, grab a bite to eat at the Jackpot Cafe.

Community Garden
Brainard Avenue
and 44th Street 706-791-9483

Fort Gordon’s community garden is chemical-free and bird-, bee- and kid-friendly. The garden serves as a teaching garden for Fort Gordon Child, Youth and School Services programs, has support programming for all new gardeners and is a great place to share garden advice for every level of gardening experience. For more information on the garden club, workshops, plot registration and fees, visit the garden’s website.

Double Eagle Disc Golf Course
Wainwright Circle 706-791-6433

Disc golf is played like traditional golf, but with a flying disc instead of balls and clubs. Fort Gordon’s new disc golf course is fun for all ages.

Fitness Centers

Cyber Fitness Center
Building 25713 706-791-7370

Gordon Fitness Center
Building 29607 706-791-2369

Nelson Fitness Center
Building 21713 706-791-6872

Victory Fitness Center
Building 25510 706-791-2864

Cyber Fitness Center offers a weight room, cardiovascular equipment, a basketball court, a volleyball court, an equipment issue room, a sauna and racquetball courts.

Gordon Fitness Center has a racquetball court, a free weights and strength room, cardiovascular equipment, a sauna, an aerobics room, a Nautilus room, a spinning room, tanning beds and massage therapy rooms. Gordon also offers concessions for energy food and drinks, as well as group fitness instruction and personal fitness trainers.

Nelson Fitness Center has a weight room, cardiovascular equipment, a basketball court, a volleyball court, an equipment issue room, a sauna and racquetball courts.

Victory Fitness Center has a strength room, a cardiovascular room, a weight room, a racquetball court, a sauna and an equipment issue room. The basketball and volleyball floor has been converted to house equipment to conduct Functional Fitness and Combative Instruction.

Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre
Building 32100 706-793-8552

The Ford Gordon Entertainment Program offers a full season of theatrical and musical events. The professionally staffed community theater showcases musicals, comedies, mysteries and special attractions with a delicious buffet dinner. The program also offers outdoor concerts, talent shows, festivals and more.

Gordon Car Care Auto Skills Center
Building 29300 706-791-2390

Gordon Car Care offers full-service repairs and do-it-yourself bay rentals. A storage facility, storage lots for vehicles and a vehicle resale lot are also available.

Gordon Lakes Golf Club
Building 537 706-791-2433

This 27-hole, par-72 course features play around a 20-acre lake as well as bunkers and cutouts in Georgia pines and other native trees. The club has an active tournament program, a restaurant and a pro shop.

Gordon Lanes Bowling Center
Building 33200 706-791-3446

Strike up some family fun at the bowling center. Gordon Lanes features 24 bowling lanes, a snack bar, a pro shop and a sports bar with pool tables, video games, volleyball courts and sports TV. Call for lane availability.

Hilltop Riding Stable
Building 508 706-791-4864

Hilltop Riding Stable offers more than 250 acres of trails for horseback riding. Programs include horse camps, organized trail rides, education sessions and Fort Gordon’s Saddle Club. Lessons are also available. Hours vary by season; see the stable’s website for current hours.

MWR Sports
Building 24501 706-791-1142

MWR Sports offers a number of intramural and varsity sports programs for military members, their families, retirees, civilian employees and contractors at Fort Gordon. Sports include basketball, flag football, rugby, softball, soccer, Ultimate Frisbee and volleyball. Fun runs, aerobics training classes, strength training and other programs are also available.

Sports equipment rentals are available Monday through Friday. Call 706-791-7857 or visit for more information.

Outdoor Recreation
Building 00445 706-791-5078

The Tactical Advantage Sportsman’s Complex is home to the Fort Gordon Outdoor Recreation program. Outdoor Recreation offers an array of services and equipment rentals, including hunting and fishing licenses, bicycles, fishing boats, archery equipment and firearms for target practice. Outdoor Recreation is also the place to make reservations for the Leitner Lake Recreation Complex, which has RV and primitive camping sites.


Fort Gordon Commissary
Building 37200 762-333-7610

Save an average of 30 percent of your hard-earned dollars when shopping for groceries at the commissary. In-store amenities and specialties include a bakery, custom photo cakes, a deli, fresh sandwiches to go, party cakes, plants, rotisserie chicken and sushi.

Fort Gordon Exchange

The Fort Gordon Exchange wants to be your first choice for shopping. It offers a price-match program that guarantees the lowest prices in town. Hours for services outside of the Main Exchange vary, so call or visit the website for detailed information.

Main Exchange

Building 38200 706-793-7171/7172
Class Six 706-793-5366
Military Clothing Store 706-793-2315

Food Court

Arby’s 706-772-9742
Boston Market 706-772-9742
Charley’s Grilled Subs 706-772-9742
Popeyes 706-772-9742
Starbucks 706-793-8966
Subway 706-772-9742
Taco Bell 706-772-9742


Barbershop 706-793-0230
Car Rental 706-798-6006
The Cleaners 706-798-5110
GameStop 706-771-4940
GNC 706-772-9090
Gun Counter 706-793-7171/7172
Mobile Center 706-798-0576
Optical Center 706-790-6398
Optometry Care 706-771-9403
Pharmacy 706-787-8033
The UPS Store 706-793-3770
U.S. Patriot 706-796-3434

Hospital Branch Store/Barber/Starbucks
Building 300

Barbershop 706-787-7282
Exchange Branch Store 706-560-1459
Starbucks 706-796-0243

Troop Branch Store/Barber/Burger King/Leather Shop
Building 25711

Barbershop 706-796-8646
Burger King 706-798-1947
Military Essential 706-796-8099
Troop Branch Store 706-793-9757
Troop Food Court/GNC/U.S. Patriots
Building 29722
GNC 706-798-0047
Panda Express 706-305-9555
Subway 706-793-8007
U.S. Patriots 706-910-0680

Other Facilities

Burger King, Building 35402 706-793-8542
Domino’s, Building 25722 706-863-6211
Firestone, Building 31300 706-798-3105
Gate 1 Express, Building 100 706-792-9707
Gate 5 Express, Building 49300 706-793-1160
Washateria, across from
Wells Fargo 706-793-0818

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