Family and MWR Programswww.knoxmwr.com
The Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation encompasses a wide range of activities and programs designed to improve the quality of life for its active-duty military personnel and their Families. Family and MWR is comprised of Army Community Service; Business Programs; Child, Youth and School Services; Community Recreation; and NAF Support Services. Programs offered by Family and MWR include Family programs, libraries, sports, fitness, clubs, golf and bowling. All Family and MWR programs are open to military personnel and their Family members. Most programs are also open to Department of Defense civilian employees and their family members, and several programs are open to the public. Generally speaking, Fort Knox’s Family and MWR facilities serve everyone.
DiningFiddlers’ Green at Fort Knox’s Saber & Quill is proud to offer daily blue plate specials 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and a special omelet station 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday. In addition to daily blue plate specials, you may enjoy a soup, salad, or a specialty sandwich or German cuisine at lunch time. It is open to the public at 1118 Chaffee Ave., Building 1118. Telephone: 502-942-0959.
The Samuel Adams Brewhouse (opening spring 2015) offers a variety of menu selections for you to enjoy. Lunch options are available 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. The snack bar is open 11 a.m. to close. Short-order items are also offered Monday through Sunday nights until closing. Menu items include hot wings, fried catfish, pulled pork, quesadillas and much more. It is open to the public. The Samuel Adams Brewhouse (opening spring 2015) is located at 2723 Spearhead Loop in Building 2723. Telephone: 502-942-0409.
The Lindsey Grill, inside the Lindsey Golf Course Club House, can help you start the day off right with a limited selection of breakfast sandwiches. Try out the homemade sausage gravy and biscuits on the weekends and holidays. For lunch and dinner, Lindsey Grill offers a selection of new sandwiches, like our famous bogey burgers, hot pastrami or the new Lindsey grinder deli sandwich. Lindsey now serves boneless or bone-in wings with your choice of buffalo, honey barbecue or the sauce of the month. Lindsey still offers freshly prepared meals, including a toasted Lindsey club sandwich, a grilled cheeseburger and a cheesy Philly steak sandwich. Lindsey Snack Bar is a great place to host that special event, birthday party, promotion party or farewell. If you are in a hurry, call in your order for pickup — seven days a week. We are open to the public at 4024 Bullion Blvd., Building 4024. Telephone: 502-943-9929.
The Strike Zone, inside Houston Bowling Center, offers a wide variety of menu items: hot and cold sandwiches or wraps, hamburgers, pizza, a variety of salads, taco bowls and many other items. Strike Zone has free Wi-Fi and is open to the public. It is located at 2385 Knox St., Building 2385. Telephone: 502-942-8754.
Mooserack Coffee Co. is located at 62 Spearhead Division Ave. A full-service espresso bar and coffee shop offers lattes, espresso, mocha, specialty drinks, smoothies, various pastries, desserts, sandwiches, paninis, soups and salads. Free Wi-Fi is available with a comfortable seating area. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is open to the public. Telephone: 502-624-3711.
Moe’s Southwest Grill is best known for its burritos packed with a choice of over 20 fresh, flavorful ingredients. The menu also features kids, vegetarian and low-calorie options. All meals are served with free chips and salsa. Food quality, safety and customer service are no joke, but aside from that, Moe’s tries not to take itself too seriously. For fun, the folks at Moe’s gave each menu item a unique name like the Funk Meister taco, Homewrecker burrito and Billy Barou nachos, to name a few, just to keep things interesting. It is open to the public at 6424 Spearhead Division Road, Building 6424. Telephone: 502-942-4033.
The HRC Cafe is a quick-service cafeteria adjacent to the Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Maude Complex. Open to everyone, this dining option offers a rotating weekly menu, which features a variety of healthy choices. It is open to the public at 6424 Spearhead Division Road, Building 6424. Telephone: 502-942-4033.
Lee’s China Bistro offers a wide selection of Asian-inspired fare for lunch and dinner. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday. The lunch buffet is available 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. daily. Dine-in, delivery and takeout services are available. It is open to the public at Building 7959 on Wilson Road. Telephone: 502-942-4777.
Recreation and LeisureAUTOMOTIVE SKILLS AND SERVICE CENTER
The Fort Knox Automotive Skills and Service Center has ASE-certified technicians available to make repairs to the Fort Knox community’s automobile needs. Our technicians can perform alignments, tuneups, full brake service, full diagnostics, heating and cooling, inspections for trips, safety and needed repairs, just to name a few. We are operated on a first-come, first-served basis. Auto Crafts carries a parts inventory and can get most parts on the same day depending on availability. We also carry a full line of tires, Cooper, Multi-Mile and Yokohama, or speak with our tire expert and we can order most brands with two-day service.
The Fort Knox Automotive Craft Shop is a 42-bay facility with bays designated for specific automotive repairs and maintenance-related activities. Customers have their choice of bays for various types of work. It includes a welding area, lift bays, general flat bays, oil change bays and motorcycle lifts. To utilize self-help bays, there is a safety video and shop rules brief that is mandatory in order to obtain a DA Form 3031.
We also offer a 90- and 120-day payment plan; call us at 502-624-5338 or 502-624-5410 to find out more. The Fort Knox Automotive Skills & Service Center is located at 706 Spearhead Division Ave., Building 1054.
Barr Library serves the educational, research and recreational needs of the Fort Knox community by providing a diverse array of materials and services. Children’s programming includes weekly preschool story hour programs from September through May and a fun-filled Summer Reading Program. A Teen Program is also offered for youth ages 12 to 17. Special programs and events for the entire family are planned throughout the year. The library provides 24/7 services through its online catalog with access to more than 2,000 electronic books, links to AKO-based research databases and access to the TumbleBook Library, a collection of more than 150 animated, talking picture books in a format kids love. Chapter books for older kids are also featured. To check out these services go to www.barrlibrary.org or the smartphone-friendly www.barrlibrary.mobi. State-of-the-art computer workstations provide patrons with email and Internet access, Microsoft Office Suite applications software and specialized research databases. Professional librarians are available to help find materials and assist with research. There is no charge for any of these programs or services. Other services available to patrons include interlibrary loan and a pay photocopier and computer printer. Scan-to-email and fax service is also available at no charge. The library is at 62 W. Spearhead Division Ave., Building 400. Telephone: 502-624-1232.
BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS
The BOSS program supports the overall quality of life for single Soldiers. BOSS gives single Soldiers the opportunity to participate in and contribute to their respective communities through community service. BOSS identifies quality-of-life issues and concerns by recommending improvements through the chain of command. BOSS also encourages and assists single Soldiers in identifying and planning for recreational and leisure activities. The BOSS program is open to all single Soldiers regardless of rank, geographical bachelors, single parents, and DA and DoD single civilians. It is located at 268 Knox St., Building 2002. Telephone: 502-624-2677.
Houston Bowling Center is an award-winning facility, which includes a pro shop, Strike Zone themed eatery, 32 state-of-the-art synthetic lanes, QubicaAMF 90 Xli pinsetters, Conqueror Pro automatic scorers, on-lane televisions and bumper bowling for small children. League bowling is offered to individuals, couples, children, seniors and organizations or groups of all ages and all levels of ability. The bowling center hosts special event bowling for organizations, groups and tournaments. Call to schedule special events or birthday bowling parties. The hours of operation vary seasonally, but the facility is open seven days a week. Houston Bowling Center is at 2385 Knox St., Building 2385. It is open to the public. Telephone: 502-624-1651 or 502-624-4740.
EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT CENTER
The Outdoor Recreation Equipment Checkout Center carries a wide range of rental items, including boats and campers, camping and sports equipment, lawn and garden tools, household tools, furniture and picnic equipment. The center can also repair outboard motors on personally owned boats. The equipment checkout center is at 4244 Park Road and is open to all DoD ID card holders. Telephone: 502-624-2314.
FALLS LANDING MINIATURE GOLF
Located adjacent to the Fort Knox Water Park, the course offers an 18-hole challenge surrounded by trickling streams, cascading waterfalls and realistic rock formations for players of all ages to enjoy. The natural setting of the course delivers a fun and relaxing way to spend the day with friends and family. A spacious patio area with chairs, tables and umbrellas is available for relaxing after an intense game on the Falls Landing course. Have an upcoming event to host? Falls Landing Mini Golf has two party rooms available. It is located at 5536 Chaffee Ave., Building 5536, and is open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Telephone: 502-624-2435.
The Family and MWR Fencing Service is at 4244 Park Road at the Outdoor Recreation Equipment Checkout Center. It provides high-quality, low-cost fence installation for Soldiers living in Fort Knox Family housing. The fencing may be rented on a long- or short-term basis. Telephone: 502-624-2314.
FORT KNOX DOG PARK
The Fort Knox Dog Park is a facility set aside for dogs to exercise and play off-leash in a controlled environment under the supervision of their owners. It has benches for your comfort, nearby parking, water, tools for waste disposal, and regular maintenance and cleaning of the grounds. The park has an enclosed area for small dogs and one for large dogs. The dog park is at 722 Ninth Cavalry Regiment Ave. Telephone: 502-624-4747.
FRENCH SHOOTING CLUB
French Shooting Club offers rifle, pistol, skeet, archery, sporting clay and trap shooting. The club also features a paintball area. It is at 9333 Main Range Road, Building 9333, and is open to the public. Telephone: 502-624-7754.
Located in the Hansen Center, Hansen Gallery provides the Fort Knox community a variety of custom framing and self-help framing options. It also offers a complete awards and engraving center with state-of-the-art laser engraving and sublimation capabilities for personalized coffee mugs and more. The staff is ready to assist with design services for all your framing and award needs. It is located at 1053 Spearhead Division Ave. Telephone: 502-624-4725.
HANSEN THRIFT STORE
The Hansen Thrift Store, in the Hansen Center, is the place to find slightly used furniture, clothing, baby strollers, books, toys, knickknacks and dozens of other items. It is also the perfect place to turn those items you no longer need into ready cash. It is open to the public at 1053 Spearhead Division Ave., Building 1053. Telephone: 502-942-8019.
LEISURE TRAVEL SERVICES (ITR)
Complete one-stop travel and leisure travel services are available through Fort Knox Leisure Travel, inside the Hansen Center. Discount tickets for local attractions as well as those in Tennessee, Florida, Ohio and Indiana are available through ITR, along with hotel and motel discounts. For all of your leisure travel needs, ITR office travel professionals are there to serve you. Also, selected special events like Broadway Across America and concert tickets in Louisville are available at the Leisure Travel office. It is open to all DoD cardholders at 1053 Spearhead Division Ave., Building 1053. Telephone: 502-624-5030.
LINDSEY GOLF COURSE
Lindsey Golf Course is a challenging, PGA-certified, 18-hole golf course with Bermuda fairways. It offers a fully equipped golf shop and features a grill, a snack bar, driving range operations and a teaching professional for individual, group or clinic lessons. Annual passes for singles, families and corporations are available. Your annual pass holder fee includes unlimited play, reserved tee times up to 14 days in advance, exclusive tournaments and other special programs. There is also an annual cart fee rental available, which allows you unlimited use of golf carts. Lindsey Golf Course is open to the public, so stop by to check out our annual fees. Join now and your annual golf pass is good for 12 months from the day you join. The club house is located at 4024 Bullion Blvd., Building 4024. Telephone: 502-943-9929.
SABER & QUILL
The Saber & Quill Catering and Conference Center offers seven well-appointed and newly renovated rooms to host events with 30 to 300 guests. The center has a variety of menus and can tailor them to each event. The highly motivated and trained staff will assist you in your planning efforts. Catering hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday by appointment.
Fiddlers’ Green bar offers dinner 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; and 4 p.m. to midnight Friday. Karaoke is 7 p.m. to midnight Friday nights. It is open to the public at 1118 Chaffee Ave., Building 1118. Telephone: 502-942-0959.
SAMUEL ADAMS BREWHOUSE
Opening Spring 2015
The Samuel Adams Brewhouse has something for everyone. It is a great place to grab some lunch and relax, then come back later in the evening and join the best party this area has to offer. Samuel Adams Brewhouse offers karaoke featuring Spotlight Entertainment with more than 50,000 songs to choose from with rhythm and blues, hip-hop, country, rock, Latin, oldies, German, Korean and Thai tunes included. Music is updated monthly and includes current radio hits. Spotlight also provides the best of dance. Sports lovers will enjoy a 9-by-11-foot theater screen and 18 flat-screen TVs to enjoy NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB, NBA, NHL, NASCAR and much more. There are four pool tables, three Mega-Touch games, two dart boards, Planet Bingo and Session Bingo. Throughout the year the Brewhouse offers special events like New Year’s Eve parties, Mardi Gras celebrations, luaus and the Fort Knox Karaoke Idol Contest. It is open to the public at 2723 Spearhead Loop, Building 2723. Telephone: 502-942-0409.
Camp Carlson Army Recreational Area, on U.S. Highway 60W, offers a conference center, 10 family cabins (with bathrooms), three group cabins, 53 recreational vehicle sites (35have full hookups, 18 have just water and electric hookups), tent camping and picnic areas. Carlson also has a 25-acre fishing lake stocked with bluegill, catfish and bass. Fort Knox also has Keyes Park, Nininger Park, Douglas Lake and Thorne Park. Hunting and fishing are permitted on select areas of the installation. For additional information, go to www.knox.army.mil/fw. It is open to the public at 9210 U.S. Highway 60. Telephone: 502-624-4836.
Sports and FitnessFitness Centers
Gammon Physical Fitness Center is at 850 Radio St., Building 850. The facility features flat-screen televisions and the latest in Life Fitness, Nautilus and Precor exercise equipment. Men’s and women’s saunas, separate locker rooms, an indoor walking track and three fitness classrooms complement the facility. A variety of fitness classes are available and include: Zumba, gliding, step aerobics, toning, TRX, hip-hop dance, boot camps, cardio sculpting and spinning. For more aerobics information, please call 502-624-8180.
Natcher Physical Fitness Center is at 2341 Garry Owen Ave. The facility features three full-court basketball and volleyball courts, two racquetball courts, and a coed weight and cardio room with an array of Life Fitness, Nautilus and Precor exercise equipment. The facility also offers flat-screen televisions in the cardio and weight rooms, a suspended running track, men’s and women’s shower facilities, and equipment checkout. Telephone: 502-624-8169.
Otto Physical Fitness Center is at 6591 Abel St. The facility features one main basketball court, two auxiliary basketball courts, volleyball courts, weight and physical fitness equipment, saunas, men’s and women’s locker rooms, and equipment checkout. The facility also has flat-screen televisions throughout the cardio and weight training areas. Telephone: 502-624-3316.
Smith Physical Fitness Center is in Building 5927, 26th Cavalry Drive. Featured activities include: one main basketball court, two auxiliary basketball courts, a 20-foot-high rock wall and 14-foot-high bouldering wall, two racquetball courts, two volleyball courts, and a large cardio and weight training area, complemented with the best fitness equipment in the industry, as well as numerous 55-inch flat-screen televisions, male and female locker rooms with saunas, and equipment checkout. Telephone: 502-624-3641.
For more information about these facilities or the sports program, call 502-624-8180.
KILIANSKI SPORTS COMPLEX
The Kilianski Sports Complex is a state-of-the-art facility that features six softball fields and two combination soccer and football fields. Unit-level intramural league play, post varsity sports games and a variety of regional, national and world-level tournaments are conducted at the complex. The sports complex is located at 6200 Wilson Road. Call 502-624-5992 or 502-624-1247 for more information.
MILITARY SPORTS PROGRAMS
The Intramural Sports Program offers many sports, including flag football, volleyball, basketball, slow-pitch softball, coed softball, golf, bowling and cross-country. Other special activities include racquetball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, corn-hole tournaments, etc. The Intramural Sports Office is located in the Natcher Physical Fitness Center at 2341 Garry Owen Ave.
Fort Knox has three swimming facilities, including the Anderson Indoor Aquatics Center, the Fort Knox Water Park and the Gammon Indoor Pool.
The Anderson Indoor Aquatics Center, in the Anderson Family Complex, includes an Olympic-size swimming pool, a giant waterslide, lap swimming, a large patio with a Snack Shack and Splash Park, lessons, a cardiovascular fitness center, a party room and large locker rooms. It is open to the public at 7962 Wilson Road, Building 7962. Telephone: 502-624-6217.
The Water Park is behind Devers Middle School & Teen Center and is open Memorial Day to Labor Day. It includes two giant waterslides, a water challenge course, a zero-entry pool, a 25-meter pool, a large kids’ wading pool and a large patio. Food service is also available. It is open to the public and located at 5539 Chaffee Ave., Building 5539. Telephone: 502-624-1253.
The Gammon Indoor Pool offers a limited schedule of open swimming and aquatic classes; however, the facility is primarily used for military training and swim meets. It is at 850 Radio Road, Building 850. Telephone: 502-624-4033.
There is a daily fee for Anderson and the Water Park, or family passes are available for the full year, the summer months or nonsummer months.