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Directions to Fort Gordon

Fort Gordon is best reached via Interstate 20. Take Exit 194 to Belair Road and Dyess Parkway. Follow the Dyess Parkway signs, and also the Fort Gordon signs.  Dyess Parkway will bring you directly into the post through McKenna Gate, also known as Gate One. Follow the road, which is Chamberlain Avenue, past the guard house.  You will see Darling Hall, a three story brick building with a red roof, on your left.  Darling Hall is the Soldier Service Center and, most likely, your first stop at Fort Gordon.  Information on signing-in locations is available at Darling Hall and is also available online here.  If you are looking for lodging, stop at Griffith Hall, on the left just inside the gate.

If traveling to Fort Gordon from Bush Field Airport, follow the airport exit around to Tobacco Road. It's the road that joins the airport "circle" right in front of the big flag. Take Tobacco Road all the way to Fort Gordon. You will enter through Gate 5 onto Avenue of the States. To reach Darling Hall, stay on the same road, which turns into Rice Road. Darling Hall will be on the right at the intersection with Barnes Avenue.

GPS devices are somewhat unreliable for finding your way to Fort Gordon and to buildings on the installation.

Fort Gordon is approximately 142 miles east of Atlanta, 80 miles southwest of Columbia, South Carolina and 122 miles northwest of Savannah, Georgia.

Located about eight miles southwest of Augusta, Fort Gordon's location offers close proximity to a metropolitan area and is an easy drive from Atlanta, Savannah, the beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and the mountains.

Temporary Lodging

All lodging on Fort Gordon is now operated by IHG Army Hotels.  Reservations can be made online or by calling 1-877-711-TEAM.

Here is a list of amenities available at IHG Army Hotels:

- Complimentary breakfast - served 7 days a week

- Weekly socials - a chance to grab a little food and mingle with fellow guests

- Free High Speed Internet - to help you stay connected

- Concierge service - to answer questions and provide information to make the most of your stay

- Priority Club Rewards - Guests can earn points toward hotel stays, merchandise, gift cards and more

All IHG Army Hotels are pet friendly. Guests traveling with pets may keep the animals with them in their rooms rather than boarding them in a kennel facility. Guests are limited to two pets per room and pets may not exceed 80 pounds. A non-refundable $75 per room cleaning fee will be charged to the guest's account upon check-in. In addition, there is currently a charge of $7 per night.

Pets are limited to: dogs, cats, and fish (no fee or room charge for fish). Exotic animals such as snakes, birds, and large fish such as piranhas, sharks, etc. are prohibited.

The Augusta area has many hotels and motels at various prices.  Most national chains have at least one property in the area, so we recommend you check their web sites if you have a favorite.  The closest hotels are located either on Gordon Highway near Bobby Jones Expressway (I-520) or at the I-20 exit onto Jimmie Dyess Parkway.  If moving with your pets, try petswelcome.com for information on hotels that accept pets.  The local lodging per diem rate is $91.00 per night.


 


 
 

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Site Last Modified: 12/11/2014