Fort Gordon Information

Fort Gordon is a great and safe place to ride. The base has been welcoming, allowing access to the facilities and recreation areas. If you do not have a military ID, you need to request a visitor card which is good for one year. For details, go to the Annual Pass section below.

Annual Pass

The annual pass allows you access to the Fort with the least amount of effort. Make a copy of your drivers license and fill out the Driver-Consent-Form-Mandatory items one through 12. Sign and date the form. 

In addition, you will need to provide a copy of one of the following:

Your birth certificate

Your Social Security card

Your passport


To expedite the process, David Marin has volunteered to handle the application submission for active members of TriAugusta. You may contact him through our Facebook page. 


To access the bike routes on Range Road, you must also create an online account  with isportsman. Through this account, you purchase a recreation pass ($5) that is good for one year. There is a safety video to watch and a short quiz after. You will then be able to sign in/out each time you ride. The area is remote and Isportsman allows them to verify who is out there.  Should you forget to sign out, you will receive a phone call from the MP’s. Fail to sign in/out twice and you are banned for six months.

Range Road

The repaving of Range Road is ahead of schedule and should be completed soon. Members are riding there regularly and no issues have been reported.

Running is not allowed on Range Road so be aware of this if you plan to do a brick workout.

Portions of the road will be closed when training operations are in progress. These are usually related to live fire exercises so DO NOT go around a barricade! Isportsman can tell you what areas are closed if you go to….


Click on the link below for a downloadable map of Range Road


In Case of Emergency...


9-1-1  calls do not go directly to the on-base emergency service!

The Fort is a safe place to ride. Speed limits are enforced and hand-held cell phones are forbidden. But Range Road is isolated and should you need help in an emergency, the procedure is slightly different.

When you call 9-1-1, the call is routed to a dispatcher who is off-base. You have to tell them you are on the base so they can transfer you to the Fort’s Emergency Service. 

Also, while riding, make mental notes of mile markers, road signs and training areas so you can give dispatchers an idea of where you are.

The Fort Gordon Pool

We are not currently allowed to sign ourselves into the pool. Members with a visitor card can only be signed in by a sponsor with a military ID. Sponsors can bring in 2 guests at a time.


Monday – Friday