Clubs & Organizations

American Federation of Government Employees, Local 1882: Call 608-388-1882.

American Society of Military Comptrollers: For information, call 608-269-1912 or 316-209-2787.

Reserve Officers Association, Fort McCoy-Readiness 43: Call David W. Alderfer (LTC-Retired) at 920-535-0515 or email

USO Wisconsin at Fort McCoy: Building 1501. Hours fluctuate based on training population. Offers volunteer opportunities, statewide events and attractions, family and youth events, and a mobile USO unit. Event information: Volunteer applications: more information, call 414-477-7279 or email

Warrant Officers Association, Chapter 0317: For more information, call 608-388-2010 or 785-979-7370 or visit


Located in building 1537. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, VISA, debit cards, WIC, and SNAP accepted. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-388-3542 or email

Food Service

Fabrew Coffee: Building 1538. Seasonal hours. Call 608-343-6257.

McCoy’s Community Center: Building 1571. McCoy’s Snack Bar serves pizza, subs, burgers, and more. Available for banquets and catering. Call 608-388-2065/7065. Call 608-388-2065/7065.

Pine View Camp Store: Building 8054. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Food, beverages, camping/picnic supplies sold. Open to the public. Call 608-388-2785/3517.

Specialty Express Food Court: Building 1538. Fresh subs, pizza, and party trays. For hours of operation, call 608-269-5615.

Whitetail Ridge Chalet: Building 8061. Ten Point Pub serves a variety of foods, including pizza, burgers, hot dogs, soft pretzels, and beverages (alcoholic and nonalcoholic). Season approximately mid-December through mid-March. Available year-round for unit events and private parties. Catering from McCoy's available upon request. Open to the public. Call608-388-3517/2260.


AAFES Administrative Office: Building 1663. Call 608-388-4134.

Alterations: Building 1538. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-269-1075.

Barber Shop: Building 1538. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-269-1710.

Car Rental (Enterprise): Phone located inside the Exchange,building 1538, or call 608-782-6183. Online reservations REF# FGAEX06.

Exchange: Building 1538. Gas pumps open 24 hours for all major credit cards and Voyager. Cash transactions available during Express/Class Six hours. ATM located at Express/Class Six. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-269-5604.

Laundry/Dry Cleaning: Building 1538. Laundry/dry cleaning drop-off and pick-up point. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-269-1075.

Military Clothing Sales Store: Building 1538. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-269-5574.

Family Support

Army Community Service (ACS) Center: Building 2111. ACS provides services that assist in maintaining the readiness of individuals,Families, and communities within America's Army. ACS is open 7:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m. Monday through Friday. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-388-3505.

Army Emergency Relief provides emergency financial assistance to Soldiers, retirees, and surviving spouses.

Army Family Action Plan program allows Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians,retirees, survivors, and Family members to submit quality-of-life improvement suggestions for Army Senior Leadership resolution.

Army Family Team Building offers fun, interactive training sessions that target professional-development skills.

Army Volunteer Corps provides opportunities for community contribution, self-satisfaction, and increased personal skills all while meeting new friends and gaining work experience. Fort McCoy community volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to, administrative work, youth tutoring, winter ski patrol, and assisting at Family events.

Employment Readiness provides services to authorized patrons. Services include local job listings, resource library, computerized job search, and resume assistance.

Exceptional Family Member Program offers program enrollment, re-enrollment, respite care,and advocacy services for Families with special medical or educational needs.

Mobilization and Deployment Readiness provides training support to the Army Family in all aspects of readiness. Examples include training for Family Readiness Group Leaders and Support Assistants, Rear Detachment Commanders, CARE Team training,and Resilience training.

Military & Family Life Counselors provide free, confidential, short-term, problem-solving counseling to service members and their Families to address life stressors such as deployment, military lifestyle, grief/loss, communication, relationships,and parenting.

Family Advocacy Program provides Family education, new-parent support, and Victim Advocacy to enhance relationship skills and improve Family quality of life and to prevent,educate, intervene in, and treat Family violence.

Financial Readiness Program provides training sessions with a practical approach to financial management with the objective of personal control over finances.

Information and Referral maintains a comprehensive on-site resource library and provides a wide variety of information on services and programs available to Soldiers,civilians, retirees, and their Families.

Relocation Readiness Program is available for pre- and post-move services, such as welcome packets, outreach to waiting Families and foreign-born spouses, a Lending Closet (short-term use of household items), Newcomer Orientation, and Sponsorship Training.

Resilience Training provides Family members and civilian employees with real-life solutions for growing and thriving in the face of challenges and bouncing back from adversity.

Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention reinforces the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault and harassment through a comprehensive program that centers on awareness and prevention, training and education,victim advocacy, reporting options, and individual and systemic recovery.

Survivor Outreach Services offers access to support, information, and services to the Families of fallen Soldiers.

Child and Youth Services: Programs available to all active-duty military, Department of Defense (DOD) civilian personnel, Reserve and National Guard personnel on active duty or during inactive duty training,and DOD contractors.

Child Development Center: Building 1796. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Serves children ages 6 weeks through 5 years.Full-time and hourly care. Preschool and Strong Beginnings Pre-Kindergarten programs provided. Call 608-388-2238.

School Liaison Officer: Building 1765. The Army and DOD are committed to addressing school and transition issues of the mobile military child. The school liaison officer manages, coordinates, and facilitates education-support services that maximize the opportunity for academic success for military children. Call 608-388-6814.

Parent Central Services: Building 1765. Offers enrollment for all programs through a central registry. Appointments for registrations are preferred, but walk-ins are served as quickly as possible after patrons with appointments. Call 608-388-8956.

School-Age Center: Building 1792. Accredited by the Council on Accreditation. Offers after-school, nonschool, and inclement-weather care for eligible youth gradesK-5. During summer months, full-day camp is offered. The SAC also is a Boys& Girls Club of America program and incorporates 4-H activities into programming. Call 608-388-4373.

• Youth Center:Building 1792. Activities available for middle school and high school youth after school, on nonschool days, and during summer camp. Special events held evenings and weekends. The CYS Youth Sponsorship program matches youth, ages 6-18, coming to Fort McCoy with volunteer sponsors of the same age to help them become familiar with the post and surrounding areas. Call 608-388-4373.

Employee Assistance Program: Building 1344. For information on EAP screening and referral services for substance abuse or other concerns and prevention education, call 608-388-2441. EAP services are provided for Department of Army civilian employees, military and Army civilian dependents,and retirees.

Health Care

Alcoholics Anonymous: For more information, call 608-388-5955/2441.

Fort McCoy Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP): 24/7 Hotline: 608-388-3000.

Occupational Health Clinic: Building 1679. Open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. Employee injuries, pre-employment work screens, job-site analysis, annual medical surveillance, blood-pressure screening, audiology screening, pulmonary function testing, and case management. Wellness education on a variety of topics available. Call 608-388-8461.

TRICARE: TRICARE North Region, 877-874-2273; TRICARE West Region, 877-988-9378; TRICARE South Region, 800-444-5445; TRICARE for Life, 866-773-0404; or visit the TRICARE website at


Family Housing: Building 6158. Single-Family government homes, Unaccompanied Personnel Housing, and Housing Service Office relocation/rental information. Open 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.Call 608-388-3704 or

IHG Army Hotels-Fort McCoy: Building 51. Available for all official and unofficial travelers visiting Fort McCoy and the surrounding area. All rooms include free wireless high-speed internet. Continental breakfast. For reservations, call 608-388-2107 or 877-711-TEAM (8326), or visit Official travelers can use the Defense Travel System to book rooms under PAL-Fort McCoy, located under the fire compliant and safety tab, or call the hotel directly. Groups requesting blocks of rooms should call the hotel directly.


Commemorative Area: Buildings 839-843 and 902. The Commemorative Area features buildings representative of Soldier life during the1940s, an Equipment Park with static displays of equipment used throughout the installation's history, the Fort McCoy History Center with displays reflecting the installation's history since 1909, and Veterans Memorial Plaza.

Open to groups by appointment. Open without appointment selected days May-September; visit Commemorative Area Open Hours for more information. For more information or to arrange group tours, call 608-388-2407.


Automotive Skills Center: Building 1763. Do-it-yourself center that offersone welding bay, four lift bays, one tire-changing bay, automatic transmissionfluid cleaning service, tire balancing, and individual instruction on privatelyowned vehicle repair. Offers oil-and-filter changes for a fee. Authorizedpatrons only. Call 608-388-3013.

Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS): For information about the BOSS program, call608-388-2202.

Car Wash: Offers one self-service bay and onetouchless automatic bay for power-washing, rinsing and waxing privately ownedvehicles. Four vacuums and canopy area for detailing vehicles also available.Open 24/7, weather permitting. Call 608-388-3544.

iSportsman: Portal for hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreational activities. Check what areas are available for recreation and sign in or out at

McCoy’s Community Center: Building 1571. Food and beverage offeringsinclude a weekday lunch buffet along with daily ala carte options such assandwiches, pizzas, and salads. Thesports bar is open nightly with dart machines, pool tables, and cornholeboards. The facility offers free WiFi,and complementary laptops are available for checkout. The eight-lane bowlingcenter features HyperBowling and is a great place to host parties. A banquetroom is available for larger private or unit parties. An outdoor courtyard has a full-service barand stage and is utilized as weather permits. An ATM is located within McCoy's.Call 608-388-2065.

Leisure Travel Services: Building 1571. Ticketoutlet for Disney and various theme parks/vacation areas. Also offers AmericanForces Travel for military discounts on hotels, car rental, flights, andcruises. Call 608-388-3011.

Pine View Recreation Area

Pine ViewCampground: Camping available year-round. RV and tent camping; rentals (duplex,two yurts, nine cabins, and on-site trailers); picnicking; hiking; volleyball;horseshoes; paddleboats; miniature golf; surrey carts; swimming; fishing;shuffleboard; disc golf; Tactics Paintball Course; and camp store. New rentalequipment and additional lodging options will be available soon! Reservationsaccepted for campsites, lodging units, picnic shelters, and equipment rental.Beach is open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Open to the public. Call608-388-3517/2619 or 800-531-4703.

• RecreationalEquipment Checkout Center (Outdoor Recreation): Building 8053. Open year-round.Items available, in season, for a fee, including a variety of boats andcampers, party canopies, grills, tables, chairs, fishing equipment, campinggear, trailers, canoes, sports equipment, and bicycles. Limited access to thepublic; call for details. Call 608-388-2619/3517 or 800-531-4703 toll free.

Sportsman's Range: Includes a Rifle Range(50, 100 & 200 meters), Pistol Range (50 meters), Combination Trap &Skeet Shotgun Range, and 3-D and Elevated Archery Range. A variety of firearmsare available for rent and ammunition and other supplies are for sale. The range is open May through Novemberdepending on weather conditions. Daily and annual season passes are availablefor purchase. Group reservations may be accepted for hours outside of normaloperations. Call 608-388-9162 or 800-531-4703 toll free.

Whitetail Ridge:Building 8061. Offers lighted downhill skiing/snowboarding and snowtubingslopes, cross-country skiing, and snowshoe trails along with equipment rentals.. The chalet houses a snack bar and full-service bar (Ten Point Pub). Season is approximately mid-December throughmid-March, depending on conditions. Opento the public. Call 608-388-4498/3517 or 800-531-4703 toll free.

Tactics Paintball &Laser Tag: Tactics Paintball and Laser Tag is available at Whitetail Ridge SkiArea. Groups of five or more can be accommodated year-round with a minimum48-hour advance notice. Last-minute reservations and walk-ins are accepted on acase-by-case basis and are not guaranteed.

Rumpel Fitness Center: Building 1122. Includes gymnasium, weight rooms,cardio room, indoor pool, hot tub, steam room, sauna, and outdoor lounge. Swimminglessons and a variety of fitness classes are offered year-round. Personaltrainers available by appointment. Authorized patrons only. Call 608-388-2290.Rumpel Fitness Center is scheduled to undergo a major renovation in 2021.

Religious Services

Protestant: Chapel 1, Building 2672. Service at 10:30 a.m.Sunday. Fellowship 9:30-11 a.m. at Religious Support Office (RSO), building 2675.

Roman Catholic: Chapel 10, building 1759. Mass at 9:15 a.m.Sunday. Fellowship 9:30-11 a.m. at the RSO, building 2675.

Religious Education: The Religious Support Office (RSO)builds community and provides opportunities for Fort McCoy personnel andfamilies to experience growth in their faith, support in the midst of change,and opportunities to meet new people. TheRSO provides religious support through programs and events such as theCentershot Archery Program, Financial Peace University (FPU), Protestant Womenof the Chapel (PWOC), Walk to Mary, Easter and Christmas ecumenical servicesand fellowship events, community prayer luncheons for Memorial Day and VeteransDay, spiritual resilience retreats and training, and the RSO Winter TubingParty. A religious education library is available to all at the RSO; some booksare free to keep while others are available check-out.

Pastoral Counseling: The garrison chaplain is available forpastoral care and counseling to assist the Fort McCoy personnel and familymembers with life stressors and to refer them as needed to ongoing professionalcare.

For information about chapel and worship schedules in thesurrounding communities, call 608-388-3528. The RSO is on Facebook at

If you have anemergency, call 608-630-6073 (on-call duty chaplain). If you are not able toreach the on-call duty chaplain, call DES at 608-388-2266, and they willcontact the on-call duty chaplain for further assistance.


88th Readiness Division Education & Learning Center:Building 50, room 123. The center serves military, family members, and civilianemployees of all branches. In addition,the center supports the U.S. Army Medical Command’s GoArmyEd customers acrossthe Army Reserve. Educational counselingand testing are available by appointment. Tests include CLEP/DSST, TABE, AFCT, SIFT, DLAB, and DLPT. The center also proctors college exams andPearsonVue exams. Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or by appointment.Call 608-388-7311.

Ability One/BSC: Building 2569. On-post source for officesupplies, toners, copy paper, military specialty items, cleaning supplies,special-order items, etc. Call 608-388-2848 or Government purchase cards accepted. Authorizedpatrons only.

Inspector General: Building 1245. The Office of theInspector General provides support on Army matters to the Soldiers, Families,retirees, and civilians at Fort McCoy and the 88th Readiness Division area ofresponsibility.

Inspectors general are honest brokers and fact-finders whouse administrative reviews, inquiries, and investigations to resolvecomplaints. Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 608-388-3733 formore information.

Laundromat Services: Located throughout Fort McCoy. Thesefacilities are for use exclusively by Soldiers training at Fort McCoy pursuantto military orders. Civilians and retired military are not authorized to usethese facilities. The Laundry Facilities are open 24/7. Call the TrainingFacility Support Branch (building 490) at 608-388-3800 for more information.

Military ID Cards: Building 35. Call 608-388-4563. The IDCard Section can provide eligible personnel with issuance or replacement ofmilitary ID cards and CACs. The ID Card Section is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. The office may also beclosed at times due to systems availability. Prior to a visit, call608-388-4563 to verify the ID Card Section is operational and to help ensurecustomers bring all documentation required for the service.

Permit Sales Office: Building 2168. Provides a variety ofFort McCoy hunting and fishing information, current hunting and fishingregulations and maps, season date information, quota-hunt applications, andpermit availability. The Permit Sales Office does not sell hunting or fishingpermits. All Fort McCoy hunting and fishing permits are sold through theWisconsin Department of Natural Resources Automated Licensing and IssuanceSystem.

The Permit Sales Office offers firewood-cutting permits(cash only), regulations, and maps for designated firewood-cutting areas.Hunting and fishing information and quota-hunt applications can be found

Open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Open to public.Call 608-388-3337 or

R.I.A. Federal Credit Union: Building 1501. Open 9 a.m. to 1p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. Thursdaythrough Friday. ATMs are located in building 1501 (24/7); McCoy's, building1571; Exchange, building 1538; and the IHG Army Hotel, building 51 (24/7). Call608-388-2171/269-0472, or visit

Soldier For Life — Retirement Services: Building 35.Provides information on benefits and entitlements to active-duty Soldiers and familiespreparing for retirement as well as to retired Soldiers and their families.Walk-in visitors are welcome; however, appointments are suggested. The officeis open from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday,excluding federal holidays. Call 608-388-3716 or 800-452-0923.

Voting Assistance Office: Building 2187. For information onvoting assistance or where to find voting forms, call 608-388-4746/4842 orvisit