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Fort Bragg Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation provides military Families with unique and exciting events. Family and MWR offers camping at Smith Lake, ice skating at Cleland Ice Rink, exciting rides at the fairs, and the latest in music at our outdoor concerts.

Family and MWR restaurants and clubs offer a variety of menu selections to satisfy any craving, from Philly Cheese Steaks at one of the bowling centers, to pizza at Sports USA. Visit McKellar's Lodge for their famous barbeque, try a specialty coffee at one of our Java Café's, or grab a club sandwich or burger at the Green Beret Club.

Spend some quality time with your Family and friends at the facilities described in the following pages. Remember, the more you enjoy using Family and MWR programs, the more you enhance the quality of Family and MWR programs for the entire community to enjoy.

Access up-to-date information about our programs and facilities at the Fort Bragg Family and MWR website: or on Facebook at FMWR Fort Bragg.


Soldier and Family Assistance Center

 910-643-6653 Fax: 910-432-0902
Soldier Support Center, 1st Floor, Wing L, directly across from the service elevators
Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm After 5 pm: WTB Staff Duty 910-907-5219

Family Advocacy Program

(910) 396-5521
Soldier Support Center 3rd Floor – Bldg. 4-2843
Normandy Drive, Fort Bragg (
M-F 8am – 5pm



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 Fort Bragg Recreation is a division under Fort Bragg's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation directorate. They are committed to providing top notch services and events for Fort Bragg and the surrounding community. Our facilities include Outdoor Recreation with Cleland Ice Skating Rink and Inline Skating Rink, Smith Lake Recreation Area and Riding Stables, Clay Target Center, and Equipment Checkout Center, Throckmorton Library, Leisure Travel Services, Auto Skills, Wood Shop, Frame and Design, Arts and Crafts, Special Events and our Recreation Delivery System.


Fitness and Sports Fitness & Sports

Fort Bragg Fitness and Sports is under the Fort Bragg's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation directorate. They are honored in providing service members and their families with multiple types of sports and fitness centers. Some of the things they offer are fitness programs, group fitness classes, gyms, running trails and tracks and our different sports.

Dining and Entertainment Dining & Entertainment

Fort Bragg Dining and Entertainment is under the Fort Bragg's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation directorate. They are dedicated in providing our service members and their families with multiple types of dining and entertainment. Some of the things we offer are Fort Bragg Club, Green Beret Club, McKellar’s Lodge, Quick Bites, Coffee Cafes, Catering and Party Places.

 Lodging Lodging

Fort Bragg Lodging will make every effort to ensure that your stay is both comfortable and enjoyable. Whether you are completing your tour of duty at Fort Bragg, have just arrived, or are on vacation, we are delighted to have you visit with us. Lodging facilities are open to military personnel (all ranks/grades), their family members and guests, and retired military and their guests. Advance reservations are permitted by all ranks on leave or official duty.


Army Information Line (Toll free) 1-800-833-6622

The Army Information Line (toll-free) provides accurate information, useful resources and helpful referral services to those with issues or concerns about Army Life including but not limited to:

                                             Child Support                        Deployment

                                           Family Readiness               Family Readiness Groups

                                                Finance                         Military Installations

                                        Natural Disaster Relief     Contingency Operations Information


Experienced constituent liaisons staff the line and are available to assist members of the Army Well-Being constituent communities - Soldiers (active duty, National Guard and Army Reserve), civilians, retirees, veterans and family members. The Army Information Line also serves as a safety net for those who have exhausted all other resources.


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