- MWR Rents
We've Got Your Gear
We offer a variety of sporting and outdoor recreational equipment, including:
- Travel trailers
- Camping gear
- Mountain/road bicycles
- Tow-behind barbecue grills
- Tables and chairs
- Inflatable bouncers
Picnic and Camping Areas
- Lakeside Pavilions has picnic sites for your outdoor fun days
- Lower Garden Canyon offers camping and picnic areas
- Prices range from $40 to $140 per day. Call (520) 533-6707 to reserve.
Deal on Wheels A resale location for your vehicle, trailer, motorcycle or anything on wheels
RV storage in safe and secure lots on-post
Lock and Leave Storage Center
We offer a wide variety of storage units in all sizes and prices.
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday, 10 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Contact us for information, 520-439-5261.
Storage Unit Type Size Bicycle Size 2’8″ x 4′ x 8′ Closet Size
4′ x 4′ x 4′
4′ x 8′ x 8′
8′ x 8′ x 8′
Half House Unit
12′ x 8′
Whole House Unit 16′ x 8′
- Sportsman's Center
We offer a variety of activities and services to the outdoors-men and women of Fort Huachuca. Individuals and groups are welcome to come out and enjoy our services and facilities. Visit the Sportsman’s Center during operating hours, or call to ask about about pricing and availability 520-533-7085.
Garden Canyon RV Park
We're located on Garden Canyon Road. Our RV Park has 12 spaces equipped with water and electric hook-ups, no sewer.
Volunteers are Welcome
We always appreciate an extra hand! We gladly accept and encourage volunteers who need to fulfill assigned hours, or anyone interested in our programs and wish to participate. Prior to volunteering, please register at www.myarmyonesource.com
Hours & Access Status
- Batting Cages - Open, bring quarters and your own gear to play
- Sportsman's Center - open weekends
- Paintball - open Sat, Sun
- Archery - open, pay to play honor system
- Range 3 - open Sat, Sun
- Skeet and Trap - open Sat, Sun
- Fort Huachuca Challenge Course
We Can Help Your Group Reach New Heights!
Our high rope obstacles help you harness your group's potential
- Fosters shared learning, openness and cooperation.
- Events are customizable - No two events are alike.
- Group size ranges from 8 to 50 participants.
Half Day: 3 to 4 Hours
Whole Day: 6 to 7 hours
Full Monty: 1-and-a-half days
For more information call 520-533-6707.
- The Recreation Adventure Park
Open during daylight hours.
Cost is 4 quarters ($1) for 10 pitches.
Bats and helmets are available for free check-out at MWR Rents, Bldg. 70914, corner of Irwin and Hunter.
Customers may use their own equipment, but anyone using the cages MUST wear a batting helmet at all times.
Sorry, we do not have a change machine on site. Bring your quarters!
Call (520) 533-6707 for more information.
- Warrior Adventure Quest
Warrior Adventure Quest (WAQ) is an Army RESET training tool designed to introduce Soldiers to activities that serve as alternatives to aberrant behaviors often associated with accidents involving recently re-deployed Soldiers. This tool presents coping outlets to help Soldiers realize their own new level of normal after deployment and "move on" with their lives.
WAQ combines existing MWR Outdoor Recreation high adventure activities (e.g. rock climbing, mountain biking, paintball, scuba, ropes courses, skiing, zip lines, white water rafting, and others) with a leader-led after action debriefing (L-LAAD) tool developed by Army Medical Department (AMEDD) center and school.
The WAQ program has been developed into five phases.
Phase I, Leader Training, is for all SSG and above participants and teaches them how to facilitate a leader-led after action debrief
(L-LAAD) in response to a significant event in an operational environment.
Phase II, teaches these unit leaders how to utilize the same L-LAAD technique when facilitation surrounds an outdoor adventure activity.
Phase III, Soldier Training, presents to all program Soldier participants concepts like personal readiness and resilience and Combat Operational Stress Control, and how they relate to the Warrior Adventure Quest program.
Phase IV, is the outdoor adventure activity (e.g., paddling, riding, climbing, etc.) where team building is combined with challenging activity skills.
Phase V, is the actual facilitation of the L-LAAD by the unit leaders with their unit members to realize connections between the activity they have just experienced and the challenges they may be experiencing in their daily lives.
We offer the Challenge Course, Horseback Riding, and Paintball as WAQ activities.
For more information call 520-533-6707 to plan your adventure.
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