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Fort Sill's Leisure and Recreation Fort Sill's Leisure and Recreation is open to active-duty, retired, and warrant officers, and most Department of the Defense civilians. Public access is limited to certain activities. Please contact the Public Affairs Office at 580-442-4500 for further information.

GOLF COURSES - Fort Sill offers two challenging courses, which are open year-round for you and your family. Each course has practice areas that include a large driving range, putting and pitching greens.

Some other features include full-service pro shops, snack bars, men's and women's locker rooms, club storage rooms, golf cart storage and maintenance workshop. Riding golf carts, pull carts, clubs and lockers are available for rent.

Cedar Lake Golf Course, 580-353-8569
Fort Sill Golf Course, 580-353-0411

SWIMMING POOLS - Fort Sill boasts four pools; three outdoor and one indoor. The outdoor pools are open May through September. Post 1 is located at 1175 King road, Post 2 is behind the Officer's Club and Pool 3 is behind building 5485. The indoor pool at the Rinehart Fitness Center is open year round.

Bath houses with showers, lavatories, latrines and dressing rooms are available at all the pools. A parent or guardian must accompany children under 10 years of age.

TWIN OAKS BOWLING CENTER - Visit Fort Sill's modern, full-service 36-lane bowing center. There you will find a computerized scoring system, full line of blowing equipment and accessories available in the pro shop, lockers, shoe rental and a snack bar. They also offer a game room with video games, pool tables and pinball.

TENNIS COURTS - If tennis is your sport, you will find a number of courts available both day and night. Perfect your backhand at one of the lighted courts at 601 Upton Road or 1020 Upton Road. An unlighted court is also available adjacent to Goldner Gym.

SPORTSMAN SERVICES - 580-442-34553 - Sportsman Services coordinates hunting and fishing activities on post. You may purchase licenses and obtain information about post regulations there. Up-to-date maps of firing fans and unit training help naturalists have an enjoyable and safe experience with Fort Sill's wild side.

CONSERVATION EDUCATION CENTER & NATURE TRAIL - 580-442-3553 - A great way to spend a beautiful afternoon is to take the family and a picnic and visit the Conservation Education Center and walk the Nature Trail in the shadows of Medicine Bluffs. The center has exhibits, displays and native wildlife and will teach you about native Oklahoma plants and animals. Children and adults alike enjoy observing deer, coyotes, a bobcat, turkeys and other birds and animals that are housed at the Center. You will also learn what Fort Sill is doing to preserve its wildlife. You can walk off that picnic lunch while viewing the nearby nature trail that has interpretive signs covering cultural and natural resources.

OUTDOOR RECREATION BRANCH - 580-355-8270 - Fort Sill's Outdoor Recreation Branch, located in the RecPlex, is your camping and boating headquarters. A complete line of recreation equipment is available for rent including bicycles, canoes, fishing boats complete with trailers, small campers, tents, fishing poles, and a tournament bass boat.


Phone: 580-442-4500
Our Website:sill-www.army.mil

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Fort Sill's Leisure and Recreation

Fort Sill's Leisure and Recreation is open to active-duty, retired, and warrant officers, and most Department of the Defense civilians. Public access is limited to certain activities. Please contact the Public Affairs Office at 580-442-4500 for further information.

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Fort Sill Golf Club

Course Access: Military
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 4

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