Post Exchange2210 Trooper Drive................. 785-784-2026
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday
This 120,000-square-foot facility includes expanded PX services and a mall. Retail outlets include a salon and day spa, pharmacy, barber shop, video game store, coffee shop, food court, sporting goods store, flower shop and a variety of kiosks.
Hospital Exchange600 Huebner Road
(Irwin Army Community
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday
Commissary2310 Trooper Drive........ 785-239-3737/6621
next to the Post Exchange
9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday
Located next to the Main Post Exchange, the Fort Riley Commissary is a state-of-the-art supermarket fully stocked with the food items you need to keep your family healthy and your events memorable.
Riley's Conference Center785-784-1000
Monday through Friday during duty hours
A premier hospitality facility designed to ensure an unparalleled experience for our military and surrounding communities. This well-appointed, newly remodeled facility features five individual meeting rooms with dedicated audiovisual equipment. It boasts top-of-the-line projection systems, programmable wireless microphones, DVD and CD players, VCRs and portable sound systems. Each room is individually amplified to ensure the highest sound quality for your event.
Riley’s Conference Center is the official conference facility for Fort Riley. Any military or post activity can use this spacious structure Monday through Friday during duty hours. Child care for patrons is available. Such support can be arranged, but only by the person or persons securing the RCC for an event. Please call the Child and Youth Services (CYS) and Short Term Alternative Child Care (STACC), 785-239-4745, to obtain a child care contract and make child care arrangements.
Riley’s Conference Center is also an ideal location for social events. Two elegant ballrooms can easily accommodate up to 500 people. Whatever your occasion, Riley’s Conference Center will be the perfect setting.
Riley’s Conference Center offers convenience, comfort and service reliability. It is served by Five-Star Catering service.
Fort Riley Post LibraryBuilding 5306 on Hood Drive. 785-239-5305
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, closed Monday and federal holidays
Military families, civilian personnel and retirees are all welcome at the Fort Riley Library. The collection includes 60 periodical titles, six newspapers, 22,000 books, 750 DVDs, 120 books on CD and a large selection of video games. The library staff will also be adding new DVDs and books on CD as it transitions to a CD format for audio books. Check out our Spanish language collection, or read your email on one of our three Internet-ready computers.
In addition to its materials from the main collection, the Fort Riley Post Library houses approximately 2,500 materials from the Protestant Women of the Chapel, Faith and family collection.
Story times for children
Seminar programs to help you manage
Movie nights and party events throughout the year
All library programs and events are free. Please call for information on specific dates and events.
ACS Program OfferingsArmy Community Service
7264 Normandy Drive............. 785-239-9435
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
ACS Resiliency Learning Campus
7285 Normandy Drive
785-240-6257 or 785-239-9435
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
Fort Riley is a Resiliency Center of Excellence for the U.S. Army. The centerpiece of our efforts to support the Warriors and their families is the Resiliency Campus. This complex of facilities and services enables Fort Riley to follow established practices that allow professional staff to meet the needs of our Soldiers.
The Resiliency concept allows forces to withstand the rigors of multiple deployments. It enables Soldiers to deploy, return, refresh and re-energize, and eventually prepare for further assignments. It gives Soldiers, families, programs and practitioners a wide variety of options for addressing stress related to multiple deployments.
The campus includes several core facilities: the Resiliency Learning Center, Physical Fitness Centers, Spiritual Fitness Center and our new Mind Fitness Center.
In addition there are several supporting facilities and programs: Army Training Safety; Army Substance Abuse, which will include suicide prevention; Warrior Readiness Clinic; the Warrior Zone; and the USO.
ACS Soldier Family Assistance Center
674 Warrior Road ................... 785-240-7450
7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
ACS Survivor Outreach Services
510 Reed Road ....................... 785-239-5979
8 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Friday
Contact any of the ACS programs to register or for more information by phone or send an email to: email@example.com.
Leisure And Travel/ITRBuilding 6918................. 785-239-5614/4415
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
The Leisure and Travel/ITR office offers destination packaging, cruises, leisure commercial travel, discount attraction tickets and tours. It also has fax service. Cost is $2 for the first page and $1 per additional page.
Coach Bus RentalThe MWR bus is available for Command & Unit official functions, Hail & Farewells, family Readiness groups, church groups, military retiree groups and Fort Riley private organizations. This 21-passenger bus with reclining seats, PA system and DVD player and monitors will make your next trip memorable.
The YMCA in Junction City offers Operation Wheels, a service for active-duty military and their dependents living in Junction City or Fort Riley. Rides are available for those who do not have access to a vehicle or who do not drive. The program will provide four round trips per month to the Commissary (if using WIC Vouchers).
KCI Roadrunner And Traveler's ExpressKansas City’s International Airport Service provides door-to-door service. Make your reservations at Leisure Travel Center and the commission will be paid back to the Morale, Welfare & Recreation Fund.
Temporary LodgingAll lodging on Fort Riley is operated by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG). IHG Army Hotels provides a long list of amenities and services specifically catered to meet the needs of military personnel, their families and visitors to Fort Riley. IHG Army Hotels on Fort Riley is honored to be part of the mission to support the troops and strives to provide the best possible experience for our guests.
Reservations are recommended prior to your arrival to Fort Riley. Reservations may be made by calling 785-239-2830, 877-711-TEAM or online at www.ihgarmyhotels.com. Keep your confirmation number for the reservation. Reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card.
Check-In/Checkout — Check-in is after 4 p.m., and checkout is 11 a.m. Payment of the fees in cash must be made in advance; Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted.
Location —IHG Army Hotels on Fort Riley is at the Candlewood Suites, 6956 Warren Road. This is in proximity to the Custer Hill Mini Mall. The check-in desk is available 24/7.
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers offers healthy, exciting alternatives for Soldiers doing “the same old thing.”
BOSS is based on three “pillars”:
Quality of life — Quality of life includes those issues that help influence morale, living environment, personal growth and development of Soldiers. Issues raised during meetings will be directed to the appropriate command channels for resolution on the installation.
Recreation and leisure — Fun activities on Fort Riley include ski trips to Colorado, fashion shows, car shows and trips. Several trips are scheduled throughout the year and are geared toward single Soldiers.
Community service — BOSS makes a difference by volunteering in the community and areas surrounding Fort Riley.
VolunteersIf you are looking for something new to do, many agencies on post can use your help. Additionally, the success of those same service agencies depends on volunteers to accomplish their missions.
Many volunteer opportunities exist for individual growth and skill development. Volunteers in the wives’ clubs, Post Thrift Shop, Army Community Service, PTAs, Youth Services, chaplain’s activities, and many other fine organizations help meet volunteer-manpower needs and provide a material service, or benefit, to Soldiers and family members.
Volunteers contribute to Fort Riley’s mission and to its quality of life. If you would like to volunteer, call the volunteer coordinator. The following is a list of agencies that are seeking volunteers:
The American Red Cross
Historical and Archaeological Society of Fort Riley
Community Life Program
Parent Teacher Association
Army Community Service
USO Fort Riley
CAUSE — Comfort for America’s
Museum DivisionU.S. Cavalry Museum
205 Custer Ave.
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday
1st Infantry Division Museum
207 Custer Ave.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, closed Monday and Tuesday
Quarters #24, on Sheridan Avenue
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday
The house is closed during the winter months, except by appointment. Docents are available for group tours by request. The museums are free and open to the public year-round except for New Year’s, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. All are located on the Historic Main Post area. Self-guided walking and driving tour pamphlets are available at the U.S. Cavalry Museum. The First Territorial Capitol of Kansas is open 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, April 1 to Oct. 1.
Please note that the First Territorial Capitol is under the management and direction of the Geary County Historical Society. Direct all inquiries about this facility, including questions about group tours, to the GCHS at 785-238-1666.
Religious ServicesOne of the first things many Soldiers and family members do when they arrive at a new post is to find a place of worship. In addition to chaplains and chaplain assistants serving each unit, there are six chapels on this post, all offering worship services to meet your spiritual needs.
Whatever your religious background, you can grow and flourish during your assignment here in the heart of America. There are many worship opportunities representing a variety of faiths. If you have special religious needs, or a question about religious support, call the Installation Command Chaplain’s office at 785-239-3359 or visit www.riley.army.mil/Services/FortRileyServices/Chaplain.aspx.
The Fort Riley Unit Ministry Teams (UMTs) provide services to the entire Fort Riley community. For assistance or information, call the UMT assigned to your unit or any chapel.
Chapel DirectoryMain Post Chapel:
6 Barry Ave. .................... 785-239-6597
Saint Mary’s Chapel:
3 Barry Ave., Main Post.... 785-239-6597
Collective Protestant worship, Episcopal worship, Liturgical service, Roman Catholic Mass, Children’s church and religious education
Morris Hill Chapel:
5315 Jackson St.,
Monteith Heights............... 785-239-4685
Gospel worship, Roman Catholic Mass, youth groups and religious education
7086 Normandy Drive...... 785-239-4818
Collective Protestant worship
7865 Normandy Drive...... 785-239-9149
Collective Protestant worship,
Charismatic Protestant worship and
Irwin Army Community
600 Huebner Road,
Second Floor,........... 785-239-7871/7872
Roman Catholic Mass
Family Life Ministry:
500 Huebner Road 785-239-3436
Family and individual counseling, and pre-marriage classes