Can Civilians Find Lodging at Wright-Patterson AFB?


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Lodging at any United States Air Force inn is restricted to active duty, retirees, Department of Defense and Naval Air Facility civilian employees, and sponsored guests. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base’s FamCamp includes these restrictions but also allows access to disabled veterans.

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Air Force Inns operates 89 global facilities. Rooms at the Wright-Patterson AFB Inn are pet-friendly and include cable, Wi-Fi, a microwave and refrigerator. Shuttle service to and from Dayton International Airport is available. In addition to the hotel, Wright-Patterson AFB also offers a campground and cabins near the shore of Bass Lake. Cabins are restricted to base personnel, retirees, reserves and their guests.

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