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Food & Lodging

Recommended Dining & Lodging Locations

Dining

If dining on Fort Gordon's installation, please reference the map below.
The Gordon Club and the Courtyard are available for lunch from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Various fast food restaurants are available in the Post Exchange to include Taco John, Robin Hood, Baskin-Robins, Anthony’s Pizza, Popeye's Fried Chicken, and Charley’s Steak and Subs.

If you would prefer to dine off post, go out Gate 5 (also reference the map) and continue straight. You will pass various fast food restaurants to include Baldino's (subs), Taco Bell, Sonic, Pizza Hut, McDonald's, and Popeye's. There are also some buffets near post. Feel free to ask staff at Network Battle Lab , they will be happy to assist you with a dining location to fit your desire. You can also go out Gate 1 (also on the map) and continue straight on Dyess Parkway. Again you will see numerous fast food restaurants. A few include Wendy's, Popeye's, The Cracker Barrel and Burger King.

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Recommended Lodging

The following hotels are recommended for those personnel unable to secure lodging in Griffith Hall. Further selection of hotels can be found at http://www.gordon.army.mil/acs/hotels.pdf
 

Name Location Phone
Days Inn Wheeler Road (706) 868-8610 3654
Holiday Inn Gordon Hwy (706) 737-2300 2155
Ramada Limited Gordon Hwy (706) 733-8115 2154
Travelodge Washington Rd (706) 868-6930 3039
Courtyard By Marriot 1045 Stevens Creek Rd
(off Washington Rd.)
(7060 737-3737
Radisson Suites Inn Washington Rd (706)868-1800 3038
Holiday Inn Augusta-West 1075 Stevens Creek Rd
(off Washington Rd.)
(706) 738-8811
Ramada Inn 3037 Washington Rd (706) 650-1311

  



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