Fort Wainwright

 Base Name:   Fort Wainwright, AK

Base City:  Fairbanks, AK

Base Operator Phone Number: (907)353-1110

 

Family Readiness Center/Fleet & Family Services/ACS:

-             Address:   Bldg. 3401 Santiago

-             Phone Number: 907.353.4227 

-             Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/acs.html

 

Cost of Living:

-          BAH/OHA: starting at $ 1221 for E-1 without dependents and $ 1626 for E-1 with dependents


Housing:

-          Housing Office:

o   Amount of on base houses available:   over 1,500

o   Phone Number: 907-356-7000

o   Address:    North Haven Leasing Office, 3401 Santiago Avenue, Ft. Wainwright, AK 99703

o   Website: https://www.nhcalaska.com/Become-a-Resident/Our-Communities/Fort-Wainwright/Waiwright-Neighborhoods

o   Off-base/privatized housing

-          AHRN:    https://www.ahrn.com/fortwainwright.php

 

Lodging: Northern Lights Inn

o   Address:  3402 Santiago Ave, Fort Wainwright, AK 99703

o   Phone Number:   1-907-353-3800

o   Websitehttp://www.ihg.com/armyhotels/hotels/us/en/reservation

 

Schools/Daycare:

-          Child Development Center

o   Child Development Center I

§  Address:  Bldg. 4024

§  Phone Number:   907-361-4190

o   Child Development Center II

§  Address:  Temporarily relocated to SAC, Bldg 4166

§  Phone Number:  907-361-9056

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/cyss.html

 

-          Military Certified Providers off-base? yes, more info: 907-353-9544

 

School: Elementary:  Arctic Light Elementary

§  Address: 4167 Neely Road, Fort Wainwright, AK 99703

§  Phone: 907-356-2038

§  Website: http://arc.k12northstar.org

o   Ladd Elementary

§  Address: 601 F Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701

§  Phone: (907) 451-1700

§  Website: http://lad.k12northstar.org

-          Middle:  Tanana Middle School

§  Address: 600 Trainor Gate Road, Fairbanks, AK 99701 Phone: 452-8145 x14501

§  Website: http://tan.k12northstar.org

-          High School: Lathrop High School

§  Address: 901 Airport Way, Fairbanks, AK 99701

§  Phone: 456-7794 x17501

§  Website: http://lth.k12northstar.org

 

Medical Services:

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

-          Address:  Bassett Army Community Hospital, 4076 Neely Road
Fort Wainwright, AK  99703

-          Phone Number:  (800)478-5172

o   Apt Line: 361-4000

o   Info: 361-5172

-          Tricare: 1-888-874-9378

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

-          Hospital on base (or clinics only): both

Troop Medical Clinic (Kamish Clinic)
3406 Alder Avenue
Fort Wainwright, AK 99703
Phone Appt 907-361-4000 / Dental 907-353-2917

 

Things to do:

-          Water Park/Parks: 

o   Melaven Swim Center

§  Address: Bldg. 3452

§  Phone: 907-353-1995
Website:  http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/sportsfitness.html

-          Gym/Fitness Center:

o   Melaven Physical Fitness Center 

§  Address:  Bldg 3452

§  Phone: 907-353-1995

o   Physical Fitness Center 

§  Address:  Bldg 3709

§  Phone: 907-353-7223

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/sportsfitness.html

-          Ice Rink: PFC Ice Rink

§  Address: Bldg. 3709

§  Phone:  907-353-7223

Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/sportsfitness.html

-          Base Vet Clinic:

§  Address: 3597 Oak Avenue, Fort Wainwright, AK

§  Phone:  907-361-3013

§  Website: http://phc.amedd.army.mil/organization/Pages/VtfDetails.aspx?VtfID=2&loc=AK

-          Outdoor Rec:

§  Address:   Bldg. 4050

§  Phone: 907-361-6349/6350.

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/outdoorrec.html

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

 

-          On/off base bowling alley:  NUGGET LANES Bowling Center

§  Address: Bldg 3702

§  Phone: 907-353-2654,

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/nuggetlanes.html

 

-          Library:

§  Address:  Bldg. 3700,

§  Phone: 907-353-2642

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/library.html

 

-          Golf Course: Chena Bend Golf Course

§  Address:   bldg 2092

§  Phone:   907-353-6223

§   Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/chenabendgolf.html

-          Movie Theater:  Warrior Zone

§  Address: Bldg. 3205 Santiago Ave

§  Phone:  907-353-1087

§  Website:   http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/arcticwarrior.html

 

-          Hobby Shop: Arts and Crafts

§  Address: Bldg 3727 on Neely Rd, Ft. Wainwright, AK 99703

§  Phone: (907) 353-7520

§  Website:    none

 

-          Auto shop:

§  Address:    Bldg. 3730 Oak Street

§  Phone:  907-353-7436 

§  Website: http://ftwainwrightfmwr.com/autoskills.html

 

-          Local Attractions:

o   ​Fairbanks Community Museum, 410 Cushman St, Fairbanks, AK 99701, (907) 457-3669, http://www.fairbankscommunitymuseum.com

 

o   Morris Thompson Cultural Center, 101 Dunkel St, Fairbanks, AK 99701, (907) 459-3700 - Main
(907) 459-3702 – Fax, www.morristhompsoncenter.org

 

o   Paws for adventure sled dog tours, Herning Rd., off 5.5 mile Chena Hot Springs Rd., Fairbanks, AK 99710
(907) 378-3630 – Main, www.pawsforadventure.com

 

For more information visit: http://www.explorefairbanks.com/listings/category/2/activities-attractions-and-tours

 

-          ITT office information:  Refer to ODR

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Rebecca E. says: Go to ALASKA if you can! We were at Ft. Wainwright (Fairbanks) for 3 yrs..LOVED it. 




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Nikki W says:
July 30, 2011 at 9:42 pm

I am loving Ft WW. We came here from Ft. Sill and before that Ft. Campbell.

On post housing has a wait generally but with 16th CAB moving to JBLM I think a lot of housing has freed up. They are also building more near the main gate so that they can demo the ultra old housing.

We lived in Birchwood before we moved onto post. Birchwood is meh. It?「どィび「s adjacent to post because the land belongs to the army, but it was annexed by USARAK to be used privatized off-post housing on a 30 year lease. I think they are approximately 10 years into that lease. If you are wanting off post housing your best bet is searching Craigslist unless you are going to buy. There?「どィび「s often lots of housing in between Eielson AFB and Ft WW. Be wary though ?「どィて if a place looks amazing and is cheap it likely doesn?「どィび「t have plumbing. :)

I?「どィび「ve yet to have a problem with North Haven (the company that manages housing). Cut the grass in your backyard and don?「どィび「t set the houses on fire and they?「どィび「re happy. They have mowers and weed eaters available to borrow at the housing offices. They heat through steam and all the housing areas are connected to the same heating system except Siku Basin which has its own independent boiler system because of its location. You only pay for your phone/internet. Your BAH goes to rent and power and water. The maintenance staff has been nothing but respectful and kind to me. Going out of their way to make sure I?「どィび「m taken care of, etc.

The commissary and px are run of the mill. They just reopened the bowling alley on post from a massive makeover that apparently took ages. I?「どィび「m unsure of the time frame but it?「どィび「s really nice on the inside. The hotel on post is super expensive but they did fix the TLA problem (being that you had to pay up front AND sign in in order to be granted TLA). Now it?「どィび「s normal.

I am a student and employee at UAF. I?「どィび「ve had a normal experience with them.

Stuff does cost more here. That?「どィび「s why you get COLA. Don?「どィび「t live beyond your means and run up bills here that you can?「どィび「t pay once you go back to the lower 48.

Don?「どィび「t be afraid of the winter. Be proactive. Get your vehicle winterized before you get here if you are PCSing during the winter. You can claim the maintenance costs on your taxes. Book your tickets for the ferry early. Again, this is if you are coming in the winter. In summer it?「どィび「s much simpler. Your regular heavy winter stuff is fine for here. Just don?「どィび「t hang out outside. :)

There is an Old Navy, Famous Footwear Sports Authority, WalMart, Sam?「どィび「s Club, Fred Meyer, Safeway, a sMall, and a Barnes and Noble along with tons of local places that can cater to your needs and whims. Fairbanks is small but because it serves such a large area of the state it has a lot of conveniences you wouldn?「どィび「t expect.

Have I left anything out? If you have any questions about Alaska or Ft WW please tweet me @obscurelynikki or email me!


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Adrea N says:
July 26, 2011 at 7:07 am

ust outside of Fairbanks, AK. This installation has lots of Outdoor and Indoor recreation, (links provided below) NAF for finding jobs, PX, Commissary, and privatized housing. There?「どィび「s an Inn and the military Bassett hospital. I am an army spouse who works off base and is going to college atvia Career Step, fully paid for by MyCAA. If you?「どィび「re interested there?「どィび「s a link below for that as well. I enjoy the summers up here and being able to explore Alaska, the winters are terribly cold and you get stuck inside for many months. Bassett Hospital: http://www.alaska.amedd.army.mil/ FTWW MWR Calendar of Events: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=ftwainwrightfmwr&PHPSESSID=9161b9ec2e8e9894ec0090c76b944da3 Explore Fairbanks events: http://www.explorefairbanks.com/things-to-do CareerStep: Give them the refer ID and save an additional $50. Your Referrer ID is: ref16059 http://referral.careerstep.com/ref16059


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Michelle Davis says:
July 15, 2011 at 12:59 pm

We just made the move from Fort Rucker to Fort Wainwright. If it?「どィび「s just you and your husband it?「どィび「s a good idea to take the ferry. My husband I really enjoyed it. It was really pretty. We have a dog. She had to stay in the car. Some people had kennels and put their dogs on kennels. We were put on the upper car deck, which if you are going to Haines (highly likely), you?「どィび「ll be able to the dog on an outside deck. We found somewhere off post to live because the waiting list is about 2 months right now and I?「どィび「m not staying in a hotel for that long. It took us about 4 hours to drive through Canada and it was beautiful. We didn?「どィび「t have a trailer, so we had no trouble crossing into Canada.


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Jessica says:
July 13, 2011 at 11:22 am

My husband just got his temp orders to Ft. Wainwright. We will be driving there from Ft. Sill. We are trying to plan our trip there. We know you can drive to Seatlle & take the Ferry or drive thru Canada. Has anyone done either of the two? We also want to live on post, but wondering if anyone knew how long the waiting list was and how the housing on post is?

We are both From Florida and are trying to prepare for the cold weather. I have read on other sites that we should try and buy most of our clothes once we get to Alaska, as they are cheaper. We are already preparing to trade our car in, since it is a rear-wheel drive.

Any tips or advice you can give will be greatly appreciated! We are very excited to get to experience living somewhere, most people would never dream of.

Thanks! Jessica


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Tametha T says:
May 30, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Flipcam GiveAway Entry:
Housing on installation?

I am in Siku Basin & it is the best housing we lived in & the service is quick. Inspection moving in was great & the waiting time was quick for us to move in.


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Brittny says:
January 16, 2011 at 10:29 pm

Brittany said on our discussion wall on facebook.com/militarydutystations: We are a pretty smal town?「どィャカ..its gets cold very cold and things are done different up here. If you have asthma or ezcema its not a good idea beause its SUPER dry?「どィャカ.but some people LOVE it and some HATE it there is no middle?「どィャカ. :)


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susanna says:
January 7, 2011 a t 1:25 pm

Here is more info on Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. including the amounts of the past years. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki?search=Alaska+Permanent+Fund+Dividend


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Ana says:
January 7, 2011 at 12:53 pm

1)depending on when you comes up here, make sure you have some winter clothes! 2)try to get all your shopping in before you get here, the only great place to shop is Anchorag?「どィャカe (about 8 hours from Fairbanks.) But, there?「どィび「s no Victoria Secret, aeropostale, aerie?「どィャカbasically all the super great clothing stores.. Fairbanks has an Old Navy and our ?「どィ?mall?「どィャ has American Eagle. 3)this is a heads up. A lot of places don?「どィび「t ship to Alaska, and if they do, it?「どィび「s OUTRAGEOUS! 4)hope you only like two seasons. Winter & ?「どィ?summer?「どィャ haha but it?「どィび「s cool cause it really is dark all winter & sunlight all summer! I been here about 12 years now?「どィャカ It?「どィび「s a kinda place you either LOVE or HATE. But after a year of living here, you get to apply for the PFD! free money anyone? Haha


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Ana says:
January 7, 2011 at 12:52 pm

I am still in Alaska, fort wainwright. We should be PCSing at the end of 2012, thank goodness cause I?「どィび「ve been here TOO long! It seriously is a love it or hate it state. If you like the outdoors then it?「どィび「s a great place. There is a lot to do in terms of outdoors. Snow machining, skiing, snow boarding, sledding, hiking, fishing, hunting, Fairbanks has a bird observatory. And if you are into GeoCaching surprisingly we got that too (we do that in the summer time w/our kids)
And lastly, if you come to alaska GET YOUR CAR WINTERIZED! I have heard of a lot of people who don?「どィび「t know what that is. Take your car to an auto shop & most places do it, my husband did our car himself, just bought the parts & went to the skill center on post & did it. Basically you put a heater on your oil pan, the extension cord is what you plug in at 20 above and colder or else you?「どィび「ll 1)cold start your car which is bad for it, causes unneeded wear and tear and is more polluting 2)risk your car not starting because your car is an expensive ice block.
Oh, and for people coming to alaska, after you?「どィび「ve been here ONE YEAR, and claim alaska as your place of residency, you can file for a PFD. basically it?「どィび「s free money. Say you get to Alaska in 2011, in 2012 you can file starting January ?「どィて March. You?「どィび「ll have to go to the local office and show paperwork. (I can?「どィび「t remember what kind but basically proving you are here and how long) the PFD comes out in October. This last year it was a little over $1000 each. So for a household of 5, that?「どィび「s quite a bit of change!
Here is the site:
https://myalaska.state.ak.us/home/app
Here is a site for finding a house:
http://www.ahrn.com
http://www.pcsamerica.net
And here are fort Wainwright links:
http://www.wainwright.army.mil
http://www.usarak.army.mil



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Chandra says:
November 28, 2010 at 4:26 pm

I have tons to contribute about Ft. Wainwright.

(1) On post- new housing has been built in many areas, but the wait list can be quite lengthy. The PX just had some work completed, but is still small and lacks in the variety area. The commissary is what you would expect ?「どィて they carry just about everything you need in there, and it isn?「どィび「t too small. We find that it is cheaper to shop at WalMart in Fairbanks, though. The Northern Lights in on post is a nice facility ?「どィて if you are incoming or outbound, make reservations in advance because they fill up quickly. The rooms may not be huge, but they are nice and the provided breakfast isn?「どィび「t bad either. There is a Class 6, a few shoppettes, a youth center, art and craft building, nice gym big gym and a secondary one that is older?「どィャカ There is the Last Frontier Community Center which has meeting space, play area for kids, coffee shop, and an area where your kids can play and you can exercise (and still see them) ?「どィて though I?「どィび「m not sure how much equipment or what type they have. The nice gym has an ice rink and a pool I believe. The hospital, Bassett, is small, but new and nice.

(2) Fairbanks ?「どィて Shopping isn?「どィび「t abundant, but not lacking either. Some of the big names are WalMart, Fred Meyer and Safeway for grocery/general shopping. Sports Authority, Barnes and Noble, Sportsman?「どィび「s Warehouse, Old Navy, JoAnns, Michaels (the craft store), Pac Sun, American Eagle, Icing, Zales, Sears, Hot Topic, Journeys, Payless Shoes, Foot Locker, and The Shoe Department are some recognizable more specialty oriented shopping. There are some great local shops too, you just have to look around. Restaurants: Fast food- Pizza Hut, A&W, Taco Bell, McDonalds, Wendy?「どィび「s?「どィャカ Sit down chain names: Chili?「どィび「s and Boston?「どィび「s Pizza. Local places that are not bad: Gambardella?「どィび「s Pasta Bella, Geraldo?「どィび「s Italian, Pagoda Chinese (in North Pole), Chowder House (soups and sandwiches), Silver Gulch Brewery (in Fox)?「どィャカ Things to do: Just depends on the season! The late spring and summer are AMAZING. Temperatures are bearable (on occasion I?「どィび「ve seen the lower 90?「どィャ?s but it doesn?「どィび「t stay that way for long?「どィャカ) The air is fresh, the sun is bright and beautiful (and long lasting!) You can visit the Museum of the North on the UAF campus, see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline close to Fox, travel to Circle to stand in front of the Arctic Circle sign, picnic downtown by the river at the Golden Heart Plaza?「どィャカ In the winter things are much different. VERY cold temperatures (down to -20?「どィャ?s and -30?「どィャ?s is not uncommon, and I?「どィび「ve seen -57 since we?「どィび「ve been here for nearly 3 years). At Birch Hill on post you can go tubing, skiing, snowboarding?「どィャカ other things to do are ice fishing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling?「どィャカ you get the idea. Bundle up and don?「どィび「t stay inside all winter! The lack of daylight can be depressing so make yourself get some warm clothing (courtesy of Prospector Outfitters or Big Rays) and get out and do something. Denali National Park is only a couple hours drive South. This is a MUST SEE before you leave the area. Drive or take the Alaska Railroad, but just do it! Take your camera?「どィャカ you are likely to see any variety of animals: Dall sheep, Caribou, Bear, Bald Eagles?「どィャカ the summer is the best time to go so you can drive into the park a little further. As far as the driving conditions in the winter ?「どィて Roads can get bad. A good set of all weather tires is great to have. You can get your tires studded for a minimal cost at many places around town, or you are allowed to use chains during a certain time of the year. Rear wheel or 2 wheel drive vehicles can be very problematic on icy roads. Also, make sure your vehicle is winterized, especially if you park outdoors. Recommendations are an oil pan heater, engine block heater, and possibly a battery blanket. You can install these yourself or pay someone to do it for you.
Overall, the Spring and Summer make the Winter worth the hassle. It?「どィび「s only a 3 year tour, so anyone can make the best of it if they wish!


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Brittany says:
November 15, 2010 at 12:20 pm

We loved living in Alaska, although there is not much to do in Fairbanks. There are a couple of restaraunts in the area and a Wal Mart. It can be very depressing there so make sure to take vitamins and try to stay up beat. Get out of the house when ever possible and make friends.


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Share says:
September 7, 2010 at 10:41 am

Entertainment in Fairbanks:
Hockey is HUGE in Fairbanks ?「どィて the ice dogs play at the Big Dipper and then the Nanooks play upat UAF (the college). There are a few fun bars/clubs dependingon your type of music. The Silver Spur is a country bar, and I honestly cant remember the name of the big club that?「どィび「s down the street from there. The blue Loon is on the outskirts of town & they have movies and concerts and comedy nights there. It is a great place! And the Howling Dog is also a little bit out oftown, but definately worth the trip to experience it at least once. The Marlin is on College road ?「どィて it?「どィび「s a ?「どィ?hippy?「どィャ college bar, but they have the best guiness in town! There is One movie theater in town on Airport Road, and a couple shopping centers, but no real ?「どィ?mall?「どィャ. there is always some kind of festival/bazzaar/event going on to keep you from being bored ?「どィて you just have to be willing to get out and do it.


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share says:
August 5, 2010 at 8:11 am

Ft Wainwright is situated i the Fairbanks North Star Borough. There is a great Commisarry/PX there. An Awesome gym, ball fields, ski/sledding hill & so much more. It?「どィび「s been a while since I have been in the housing there, but I know they have recently built more housing for all the incoming soldiers, I grew up in the area ?「どィて so if you want any other info about the fairbanks/north pole area just email me. share_l_h (at) hotmail.com


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Brittany Haniff says:
July 14, 2010 at 8:59 am

I need as much information as possible about alaska, my husband just got his orders yesterday we move in september. i?「どィび「ve lived in orlando, florida all my life never even seen snow im excited for the new adventure and its gorgeous there but i have sooo many questions and dont even know where to be


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susanna says:
May 31, 2010 at 8:19 pm

There isn?「どィび「t as much snow as you would think, and yes, they do plow the roads here. As for driving, have either a 4wd/awd car or get snow tires (not studs). Weather: -20 to -30 common in winter. 70-90 in summer. Light: By the end of December there is 3 hours of daylight. But by January your gaining 7 minutes of light a day, so it adds up fast. In the summer the sun never fully sets. I have heard peoople talking about how they went for a hike or bike ride or started a camping trip at midnight.
UAF is a good school, small so it?「どィび「s personal. It only takes 10-15 minutes to drive from one end of town to the other, 20 durning ?「どィ?rush hour?「どィャ. So even if you live on post (opposite end of town) it?「どィび「s really not a big deal driving it.
The thing is everyone likes to freak out about living here that they don?「どィび「t enjoy the uniquiness and don?「どィび「t take advantage of the fact that they live in a place that people spend thousands of dollars to come visit. Get a good coat and good tires and a sense of adventure.


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