Atterbury-Muscatatuck: Unit, SOF and Cyber training
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: "As real as it gets."
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: DZs, LZs, air-to-ground ranges
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: UAS, UAV, robotics
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: First Responder training
Homeland Security/Law Enforcement training
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: Civilian-Military training
Atterbury-Muscatatuck: Conference facilities
Army Lawyers, from the Office of Soldiers' Counsel, advising and representing soldiers in the Medical Evaluation Board process
There are many options available at Atterbury-Muscatatuck. Visit our lodging and billeting information page.
Dependent ID cards, Retiree ID cards and all branches of the military ID cards can be made at bldg. 647. Persons getting a new or replacement ID card MUST bring 2 forms of ID and one must be a State or DOD issued ID. A secondary form of ID can be a birth certificate, social security card, student ID, or another secondary photo ID. If an ID card has expired or is getting ready to expire, it can be renewed only if it is within 30 days of the expiration date.
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 0900 50 1500. For more information, please call 812.526.1499 ext. 61278.
Need help right now? Go to Indiana National Guard Crisis Team page.
To improve guest service communication here at Camp Atterbury and to better serve you, Camp Atterbury Lodging will be making a change to the reservation system.
Starting 1 Dec 2016 at 0730 you will no longer be able to reserve the Camp Atterbury MWR Cabins, the MWR Campground and Lodging Rooms online. All reservations will be taken at the Camp Atterbury Lodging office (Building 402) or be calling the Lodging Front Desk at 812-526-1499 ext. 1128. Operating hours are Monday through Saturday from 0730-1600. Online reservations will no longer be available after 30 Nov 2016.
Cabin Reservations: The first business day of each month at 0730 the cabins become available for the next month out. (For example: 1 Dec the cabin availability will be accessible for the month of January).
The annual drinking water quality report for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2016 has been released, and indicates no violations for 2016. Camp Atterbury is committed to working with other agencies, local watershed groups and the surrounding community to protect drinking water sources and keep our water safe. Click here to read the entire report.
MG Farrell Recreation Area Reservations Procedures (revised March 1, 2016)
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