Fort Campbell

Base Name:   Fort Campbell, KY

Base City:  Hopkinsville, KY

Base Operator Phone Number: 270-798-2151

 

Family Readiness Center/Fleet & Family Services:

-          Address:   5661 Screaming Eagle Blvd, Fort Campbell

-          Phone Number: 270-956-2676

-          Website:    http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/acs/index.html

 

Cost of Living:

-          BAH/OHA: starting at $921 for E-1 without dependents and $1149 for E-1 with dependents


Housing:

-          Housing Office:

o   Amount of on base houses available: 3,700

o   Phone Number: (270) 798-3808  DSN 635-3808

o   Address:   Bldg 850, 16th Street and Georgia Avenue

o   Website:  http://www.campbellcrossingllc.com

o   Off-base/privatized housing

-          AHRN:    http://www.ahrn.com/fortcampbell.php

 

Lodging: George B. Turner Army Lodging

o   Address:  82 Texas Av., Fort Campbell, KY 42223

o   Phone Number:  (270) 439-2229

 

Schools/Daycare:

-          Child Development Center

o   Parent Central Services

§  Address:  3071 Bastogne Ave (35th Ave.

§  Phone Number: 270-412-0173

§  Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/CYS/CDC/index.html

-          Military Certified Providers off-base? yes, more info: 270.798.4959

 

-          Elementary:  

-          Barkley Elementary School

§  Address:  4720 Polk Rd, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270) 640-1205

§  Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/barkley/

-          Barsanti Elementary School

§  Address:  Bldg. 7409 McAuliffe Loop, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270) 640-1213

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/barsanti/

-          Jackson Elementary School

§  Address:  675 Mississippi Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (931) 431-6211

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/jackson/

-          Lincoln Elementary School

§  Address:  4718 Polk Road, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270)640-1212

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/lincoln/

-          André Lucas Elementary School

§  Address:  2115 Airborne Street, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270)640-1208

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/lucas/

-          Marshall Elementary School

§  Address:  75 Texas Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270) 640-1214 

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/marshall/

 

-          Middle:  Mahaffey Middle School

§  Address:  585 South Carolina Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270)640-1215

§  Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/mahaffey/

-          Wassom Middle School

§  Address:  3066 Forrest Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number: (270) 640-1218 ext. 5117

Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/wassom/

 

-          High School: Fort Campbell High School

§  Address:  1101 Bastogne Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5133

§  Phone Number: 270-640-1219

§  Website: http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/campbellhs/

 

Medical Services:

-          Tricare region (West, Central, North, South): South

-          Address:  Blanchfield Army Community Hospital. 650 Joel Dr., ft Campbell 42223

-          Phone Number:  270-798-8287

o   Apt Line: 270-798-8400

o   Info: 270-798-8400

-          Tricare: 800-444-5445

-          Website: http://www.campbell.amedd.army.mil

-          Hospital on base (or clinics only): Both  

Clinics

LaPointe Health Clinic
Soldier Health Services Headquarters, Bldg 5979, Desert Storm Avenue, Fort Campbell, KY 42223
270-798-4677

A Shau Valley Clinic
270-412-3535/3541

Bastogne Clinic
270-412-0091/0092

Carentan Clinic
5977 Desert Storm Ave, Fort Campbell, KY 42223
270-412-3745

Aviation Health Clinic
7149 Blacksheep Run, Fort Campbell, KY 42223
270-412-8688; Physical Appointments Line: 270-412-8387

http://www.campbell.army.mil/campbell/FCRG/Pages/default.aspx

Things to do:

-          Water Park/Parks: 

o    Gardner Pool

§  Address: 2191 Kentucky Ave

§  Phone:  (270) 798-6310

§  Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Recreation/Aquatics/index.html

 

-          Gym/Fitness Center:

o   Estep Fitness Center 

§  Address: 2270 Kentucky Ave. 

§  Phone: 270-798-4668

o   Fitness Center 

§  Address: 5666 Wickham Ave, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone: (270) 956-1006

§  Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Recreation/Estep/index.html

 

-          Base Vet Clinic:

o   Address: Bldg 5290 on 8th Street & Wickham Avenue

o   Phone:  (270) 798-5519 

o   Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/animalshelter/index.html

-          Outdoor Rec:

§  Address:   6645 101st airborne division road

§  Phone: 270-798-2175

§  Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Recreation/index.html

-          RV/Camping Facilities and/or storage rental: Available Contact ODR

 

-          On/off base bowling alley: Hooper Bowling Center

o   Address:  5380 Tennessee Ave., Fort Campbell, KY 42223

o   Phone: (270) 798-5887

o   Website:  http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/dining/HooperBowling/index.html

 

-          Library:

o   Robert F. Sink Memorial Library

§  Address:   38 Screaming Eagle Blvd, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone: (270) 798-5729

§  Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/education/Library/index.html

 

-          Golf Course:   Cole Park Golf Club

o   Address:  1610 101st Airborne Division Rd., Fort Campbell, KY 42223

o   Phone:  (270) 798-4906

o   Website: http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Golf/index.html

 

-          Movie Theater:  Wilson Theater

o   Phone: (270)798-6857

Website:  http://www.shopmyexchange.com/ReelTimeTheatres/Movies-FtCampbell.htm

 

-          Hobby Shop: Guenette Arts & Crafts Center

o   Address: 89 Screaming Eagle Blvd, Fort Campbell, KY 42223

o   Phone: (270) 798-6693/3625 Fax: (270) 461-0713 

o   Website:  http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Recreation/ArtsCrafts/index.html

 

-          Auto shop: Air Assault Auto 

o   Address:  5300 Airborne Street (at Tennessee Avenue)

o   Phone: (270) 956-1101

o   Website:  http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/Recreation/autocraft/index.html

 

-          Local Attractions:

o   Beachaven Vineyards & Winery, 1100 Dunlop Lane
Clarksville TN 37040, http://www.beachavenwinery.com
Tel: (931) 645-8867

o   Emerald Hill Mansion, 751 N. Second St, Clarksville, TN, (931) 221-7979

o   Fort Defiance Park, 120 A St. in New Providence, TN, (931) 645-7476

 

For more information visit:  http://welcometoclarksvilletn.com/index/things-to-do-2/historic-tourist-sites/

 

-          ITT office information:  

§  Address: 2840 Bastogne Ave (Main PX Mall), Fort Campbell, KY 42223

§  Phone Number:  (270) 798-7436

§  Website:  http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/trades-services/ITR/index.html

 

 

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25/06/2013
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My husband my 3 kids our dog and myself might be PCSing to Fort Campbell the end of July or early August.  Our BAH will be about $1500 and we need atleast a 4 bedroom house and we want to be in Clarksville.  Can any one recommend the BEST schools in Clarksville? Thanks!




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My husband I and our three dogs may be getting stationed to Fort Campbell KY. I have been doing some research on the area but have found little information. Can anyone tell me what the best neighborhoods off post are to live in? Are there homes for rent that allow pets that dont cost over $1000 in rent? What is it like to live in KY? We live in AZ right now so Im thinking its going to be quite a change for us. What is there to do around fort campbell and its surrounding areas? Any help and information would be greatly appreciated! Thank You!




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Danette asks:

 

does anyone know how long the wait list is for housing? (E5 1 child) and what areas are good to live in off post and what's bad? Also our daughter will be 4 when we pcs- do the schools offer preschool? Thank You in advance for any info!




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We are moving to Ft. Campbell in July and need to know the best high school and middle school to attened. I looked at great schools and am not impressed with the test scores for any of them. Anywhere thats with in a 30 min drive from Campbell would be fine. Also anyone know about travel soccer clubs in the area? The best I'v found is in Brentwood and Nashville. Where are the nicer areas to live in?




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Minda B. says: We were at Ft. Campbell for 11 years and we loved it! 




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Whitney H. says: We've been at Fort Campbell KY for almost 3 years now and we didn't care for it at first only because of the humidity but now we love it. It grows on you. There is LOTS to do within 3 hours of the post. =] Fort Campbell does deploy ALOT but that is bound to come with the Army life :) Needless to say I am happy with Fort Campbell and sad to leave.




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Mindy H. says: Loved Fort Campbell. It's a lot of deployments but very family friendly and Nashville is about 45 minutes to an hour away. We were at Campbell for 11 years and LOVED it.




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Rosanna W. says: Pro's for Campbell (in KY) that it's a great family base with lots of things to do and the price of living is not bad. Cons for Ft. Cambell is deployment is likely every other year but it is work.




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Mindy T. says: We were at Ft. Campbell for 11 years and we loved it! Now we are at Ft. Stewart and we both really dislike it a lot! I would give anything to go back to Ft. Campbell.




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Oh Fort Campbell KY/TN.....I lived here a total of 7 yrs between two different PCS's....I'd have lived here forever....we were in in both the 101st and 5th SFG.  I loved it....I love the area I love the seasons I owned three homes there both in TN and KY....but I have family in the area which makes it more attractive and now some of my closest friends have PCS'd there....they are not very fond of it....but for me if it were not for my fondness of Dallas/Fort Worth Area I'd retire there.....and Fort Cambell is a great base....




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Kimberly D says: USA Army. 1999-2007 and 2011-current. Fort Campbell is an amazing post. It's big and very easy to navigate. It's being built up daily it seems. Offers a huge PX and soon to be new Commissary. They are very family oriented and provide an abundance of activities many of which are free to Soldiers and their dependents. The towns around us are very supportive for the most part. The MWR and Travel Leisure are amazing in providing us with up to date information on activities. You can go any direction and have something to do. I will say Clarksville the town right outside post needs to provide more teen/young kids things to do but if you go an hour South or North there is plenty. I love this place!.....................

There are a ton of local eateries here. Shopping is pretty decent too. I would just google Fort Campbell and go from there!



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Kimberly D says:
August 8, 2011 at 4:50 pm

We don?ǨѢt really go ?Ǩ?clubbing?Ǩ but if you do, Nashville would be the place. Make sure you have a DD!!!! Nashville has so many great places to go. As for locally, there are many nice little places to eat and have a drink as well as some little clubs that pack a punch. As far as eateries, if it?ǨѢs not here, it?ǨѢs in Nashville but, I?ǨѢm thinking you won?ǨѢt have a problem as there are so many eateries here. For the hunters, there is Bass Pro in Nashville and a Gander Mountain in the other direction of Paducah. Paducah offers a lot as well.


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Kimberly D says:
August 8, 2011 at 4:48 pm

Fort Campbell, Kentucky December 1999-January 2007 and 2011-current. Active Duty Army, United States of America.

We were stationed here at Fort Campbell as Infantry with the 1-187 and it was a great experience. We tried for a year to get back here and was successful and currently stationed here again. There is so much to do and see in all directions. I absolutely love this place! Fort Campbell has a great family resource center and they do so much for the families and Soldiers here. The opportunities are endless. The community supports us and offers so much as well for the Soldiers and their families. It?ǨѢs a must to be stationed here!


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Mrs. McKnight says:
July 28, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Hello all! My family will be coming to Ft. Campbell in October of this year. I just wanted to say hello to everyone and to all new wives I would say, take heed to any advice, but judge the situation for urself. What some find as a bad or boring post may suit u just fine. Give it a chance. My husband has been in the Army for 10 years and we?ǨѢve been together for 3 years. I pretty much know all I need to know about the whole experience, I just want to inquire about on post housing and the shopping there. To Mrs. Robinson D, sorry to hear about your daughter?ǨѢs situation, but u will soon learn that not everyone is as they seem, no matter the rank. Just do what u can and leave the rest to God.


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Mrs Robinson D says:
June 30, 2011 at 8:42 am

Goodmorning to all an to all who read these an care. I am looking for someone who can help an it sems as if you can no longer trust your CHAIN OF COMMAND. The Military has change from when my husband an i was in . I went threw a process an no one help me for my child where she was Screwed while being station at Fort Campbell.I went threw the line up Process ended up with Sgt Major [deleted] still got no help .Thats the closet he let me get to the Post Commander an i really thought that if you got no satisfaction he was my last chance .Now i c the Military has really change because they do not care for the SOLDIERS .Everyone kept the situation all a hush hush.Now u have a whole BRIGADE there thats being a hush hush .SO WHO CARES THERE? Life is hard as it is an now u cant even trust the leading OFFICERS in your change of command


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Catherine G says:
June 10, 2011 at 10:20 pm

So far I would say we have had a more positive experience than a negative. Fort Campbell has deff become our home but we are ready to move on since we have lived here for so long. There are many things on and off post to keep you busy and Nashville is also very close.


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susanna says:
December 31, 2010 at 7:48 pm

Recommended good eats:
Maggiano?ǨѢs,
PF Changs, &
BB Kings. All are located in Nashville, Tn. Close to Ft. Campbell.


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Mindy says:
November 14, 2010 at 3:52 pm

We?ǨѢve been stationed at Ft. Campbell, KY now for 10 years. It?ǨѢs the only post we?ǨѢve ever know. We live in Clarksville off post but I?ǨѢm on post almost daily. It?ǨѢs very much like it?ǨѢs own small city. Clarksville is huge and growing in size yearly. My daughter has been in elementary and middle school in Clarksville and the schools were pretty good. I?ǨѢve heard on post school K-12 are much better. There is nice new housing on post that has been built in the past 4 years. We love it here and will be sad when we have to PCS.


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Rae says:
September 2, 2010 at 10:28 am

I have been to Ft. Riley, Ft. SIll, Ft. Knox, Ft. Jackson, Ft. Leonardwood , Ft. Hood & Ft. Belvoir Fort Campbell will always be home it was my husbands first duty station we have been here almost 7 years & I Love It! Although I must say Ft. Belvoir was nice as well! God Speed 101st Airborne Division Air Assault!!!!


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Heather Dockery says:
August 6, 2010 at 9:11 pm

I was involved with the Newcomers Association in Hopkinsville while my husband was stationed at Fort Campbell. Here is a bit about it:

Newcomers welcomes one an all?Ǩ new or old. We?ǨѢve been part of the community for close to 35 years?Ǩ our goal is to help women new to the area to meet friends, find out about location information (i.e. day care, Mom?ǨѢs groups, dentists, hair dressers and more). At one time, we were all newcomers to Hopkinsville.

We meet once a month for a lunch and have a local speaker who might share information about things we would like to know about, and you have a chance to win a minimum of 1 of 5 door prizes. Your first luncheon is free, as is day care (at the YMCA), after that lunches cost about $8 and child care is available at the Y for a reduced rate for Newcomers.

We also have day and evening sub groups: Lunch Bunch, Book Worms, Bunco, Ladies Nite Out, Supper Club and more.

For more information, visit our website hopkinsvillenewscomers.org

Remember, your first luncheon is free?Ǩ and you might just meet some gals you can connect with!


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Heather Dockery says:
July 15, 2010 at 10:13 am

We lived in Hopkinsville, KY for five years while my husband was stationed at Fort Campbell. We really enjoyed living in this smaller town. The community is very supportive of military families and I made several dear friends. There is a fabulous organization, the Newcomers Association, in Hopkinsville. They had a Playgroup for young children which allowed me to meet several great moms. The local churches have great preschool programs, but fill up fast.

My dentist was Dr. Stokes in Hopkinsville. He had a new partner when I left, and I cannot remember his name, but he was great also.

The local YMCA is great. It was built sometime around 2002, so it is a new facility with a great outdoor pool. Great childcare rooms!

I would choose Hopkinsville over Clarksville! I enjoyed the smaller town atmosphere and traffic was always so hectic when I went to Clarksville. Also, the commute was very similar in time to people traveling from Clarksville.


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mrs. bullard says:
July 5, 2010 at 8:34 pm

Fort Campbell is our family?ǨѢs first duty station. We do not much care for it.

Though, the post is so massive it is like its own city. It has the commissary, the PX, shoppettes/gas stations, fast food, coffee shops, chapels for all religions, schools, parks, water parks and pools, southern buffet, golf course, paintball range, riding stables, skeet range, fishing ponds, a bowling alley. tons of stuff. :) if you HAVE to come here I hope you enjoy it.

home is where the army sends you hunny


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June 17, 2010 at 10:25 pm All new wives come join us on Facebook!
http://www.facebook.com/FortCampbellWivesClub


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susanna says:
June 2, 2010 at 10:54 pm

Main Website:
http://www.campbell.army.mil

Videos:
http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/acsnew/media/WelcometoFTCKYvideo.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYE0xpgPYLU

Fort Campbell phone directory:
http://www.campbell.army.mil/tools/Documents /Ft_Campbell_Phone_Directory_2009.pdf

Opinion:
Fort Campbell is on the border of KY and TN. Clarksville is the largest with a small state university,there is a mall, and of course chain restaurants, but really a cute little town. Hopkinsville is the slightly more rural town in Kentucky, it?ǨѢs nice and you have a little more elbow room, but it?ǨѢs a slightly longer drive. Oak Grove, KY, a small tobacco farming town, doesn?ǨѢt really have anything but very low rent apartments?Ǩ (remember: folks did not LIKE Oak Grove!!) Commissary, exchange, chapels shops are fairly close together. The traffic is really bad and a lot of times you?ǨѢd be better off maybe buying a bike and ride that around. It?ǨѢs easy. Nashville is about 50 miles away.

Newcomers:
New to the Fort Campbell community, or returning after an extended absence?

Attend the twice-monthly Soldier and Family Newcomer?ǨѢs Orientation at the Family Resource Center. The orientation pools resources from across the installation to make a military Family?ǨѢs move easier and to provide spouses the same access to information as in-processing Soldiers.

The orientation, filled with information about Fort Campbell, includes a welcome and video presentation, a bus tour of the installation, lunch, and the opportunity to meet representatives from the many agencies at Fort Campbell . Family Housing, Child, Youth and School Services, Tricare, Army Family Team Building and others help welcome incoming Soldiers and their Families to post.

Attendees should arrive by 8:30 a.m. and the event concludes at 3 p.m.

Free child care is available by emailing acsrelocation@www.fortcampbellmwr.com a week before the orientation you plan to attend. The registration form is available online at http://www.fortcampbellmwr.com/acsnew ?Ǩ the forms must be brought with you to the orientation. For more information call 270-798-6313.

For more information about the Soldier and Family Newcomer?ǨѢs Orientation, call (270) 798-9322.

Schools: Find all the schools on Ft.Campbell and a zone map (!) http://www.am.dodea.edu/campbell/DSO/Pages/Schools-Areas%20Served%28rev05242010%29.html Medical: Medical: Making appointments ?Ǩ make sure you ask when new appointments for the clinic of your needs are being opened, so that you call at the right times. There seem to be different times for different clinics. Pediatricians that other folks have recommended: Dr. Vernon at Rainbow Kids Clinic: http://www.clarksvillepediatricians.com/ Young Eagles on Post has gotten rave reviews Official Website: http://www.campbell.army.mil/units/bach/Pages/default.aspx Primary Care Clinics Active duty family member primary care clinics are designated by color?Ǩwhite and blue. Children from birth until the age of 18 may be enrolled in the Young Eagle (pediatric) Clinic or Blue or White Clinics. All Fort Campbell Soldiers and Family members will be assigned to a Primary Care Clinic based on the Active Duty spouse?ǨѢs major unit of assignment. This Soldier and Family Centered Care team model will enhance the continuity of care, enhance wellness and readiness by improving communications between units, families and the healthcare team. Clinic hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and appointments are made through the BACH Call Center (270) 798-4677, (931) 431-4677 or toll-free (866) 524-4677. http://www.ucomparehealthcare.com/drs/kentucky/family_medicine/Fort_Campbell.html Make sure you check Moving Tips and the other Tips for more info!


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