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Fort Riley, Kansas


500 Huebner Road
Fort Riley, KS 66442
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 785-239-3911


Fort Riley, Kansas


(??.? miles from you)

500 Huebner Road
Fort Riley, KS 66442
United States

http://www.riley.army.mil/

Call: 785-239-3911


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Why You Should Go...

Fort Riley is home to the U.S. Army's oldest and most storied division, the 1st Infantry Division, a.k.a. the "Big Red One."  The division has fought in every major conflict since World War I and co

The fort is rich in architecture, tradition and history unparalleled by any other U.S Army installation.  The Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard still performs at events as a symbolic tribute to the legacy of the mounted cavalry units which once lived and trained here.

Today, Fort Riley continues to be a leader in military readiness by integrating live training with virtual, constructive and gaming training.  We're also proud of our partnerships with regional communities that ensure a stronger Army and a stronger nation.

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Why You Should Go...

Fort Riley is home to the U.S. Army's oldest and most storied division, the 1st Infantry Division, a.k.a. the "Big Red One."  The division has fought in every major conflict since World War I and continues to be one of America’s premier fighting forces today.  Fort Riley's mission is to prepare U.S. military units to fight and win our nation's wars.

The fort is rich in architecture, tradition and history unparalleled by any other U.S Army installation.  The Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard still performs at events as a symbolic tribute to the legacy of the mounted cavalry units which once lived and trained here.

Today, Fort Riley continues to be a leader in military readiness by integrating live training with virtual, constructive and gaming training.  We're also proud of our partnerships with regional communities that ensure a stronger Army and a stronger nation.

What You Should Know...

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Visitors are welcome at Fort Riley. However, if you don't have a Department of Defense ID card, pick up a visitor’s pass at the access control center located at the Henry Gate (Marshall Army Air Field).  For more information about post access, visit the website. 

Fort Riley enjoys strong bonds with people across the Central Flint Hills Region. The 1st Inf. Div. Band, Commanding General's Mounted Color Guard, guest speakers and other units regularly participate in community events. Visit website for more details. 

Fort Riley is an outdoor paradise.  About 71,000 of the installation's 101,000 acres are managed for a wide variety of outdoor recreational use.  Activities include hunting (from big game to mushrooms), mountain biking, bird watching, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and picnicking.

Fun Facts

Fort Riley is home to the oldest and most storied division--the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division.  Visit our two museums or pick up brochures and travel on a self-guided walking or driving tour of the installation; it's free. 

Fort Riley is home to the first territorial capitol of Kansas, where the first Kansas territorial legislature met July 2-6, 1855. The facility is open only on weekends, or by appointment weekdays.

The Custer House, built in 1855, is the only surviving set of officers’ quarters dating from the fort’s establishment.  It closely resembles the style of home Gen. George Custer and his wife Libby would have lived in during their time here.  It is open Memorial Day to Labor Day; call (785) 239-2737.

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Why You Should Go...

Fort Riley is home to the U.S. Army's oldest and most storied division, the 1st Infantry Division, a.k.a. the "Big Red One."  The division has fought in every major conflict since World War I and continues to be one of America’s premier fighting forces today.  Fort Riley's mission is to prepare U.S. military units to fight and win our nation's wars.

The fort is rich in architecture, tradition and history unparalleled by any other U.S Army installation.  The Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard still performs at events as a symbolic tribute to the legacy of the mounted cavalry units which once lived and trained here.

Today, Fort Riley continues to be a leader in military readiness by integrating live training with virtual, constructive and gaming training.  We're also proud of our partnerships with regional communities that ensure a stronger Army and a stronger nation.

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What You Should Know...

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Visitors are welcome at Fort Riley. However, if you don't have a Department of Defense ID card, pick up a visitor’s pass at the access control center located at the Henry Gate (Marshall Army Air Field).  For more information about post access, visit the website. 

Fort Riley enjoys strong bonds with people across the Central Flint Hills Region. The 1st Inf. Div. Band, Commanding General's Mounted Color Guard, guest speakers and other units regularly participate in community events. Visit website for more details. 

Fort Riley is an outdoor paradise.  About 71,000 of the installation's 101,000 acres are managed for a wide variety of outdoor recreational use.  Activities include hunting (from big game to mushrooms), mountain biking, bird watching, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and picnicking.

Fun Facts

Fort Riley is home to the oldest and most storied division--the U.S. Army's 1st Infantry Division.  Visit our two museums or pick up brochures and travel on a self-guided walking or driving tour of the installation; it's free. 

Fort Riley is home to the first territorial capitol of Kansas, where the first Kansas territorial legislature met July 2-6, 1855. The facility is open only on weekends, or by appointment weekdays.

The Custer House, built in 1855, is the only surviving set of officers’ quarters dating from the fort’s establishment.  It closely resembles the style of home Gen. George Custer and his wife Libby would have lived in during their time here.  It is open Memorial Day to Labor Day; call (785) 239-2737.

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