Fort Gordon is a United States Army installation established in 1911 and is the current home of the Army Signal Corps. Fort Gordon is located in the state of Georgia. The main component of Fort Gordon is the Advanced Individual Training for Signal Corps military occupational specialities. In the past years, after the Vietnam War, Fort Gordon was home to Camp Crocket, an area of the post conducting infantry training courses for soldiers in line to attend Airborne training.
Top Attractions Within Fort Gordon
Fort Gordon Lakes Golf Course is the best public courses in the area. This 18 hole space is perfect for those are fans of outdoor activities. Besides the golf course, you are provided with spectacular views of the Lakes and Pines. Gordon Lakes has a very natural surface driving range with a practice bunker. The venue also provides tourists with various amenities, such as restrooms, restaurants where you can enjoy a satisfying meal, as well as bars, where you can enjoy a cold drink or a hot cup of coffee.
The Laurel and Hardy Museum of Harlem is located in the proximity of Fort Gordon. The Museum opened in 2002 and it is the first American museum dedicated to the two comedians, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The admission is free and visitors can see a variety of Laurel and Hardy memorabilia, re-view their favourite Laurel and Hardy movies and purchase all kinds of souvenirs. There are also different activities for children. The volunteers are more than happy to provide you with additional information on the museum.
The Country Club Dance Hall is a wonderful place where you can have lots of fun alongside your family and friends. The place is big enough, there are great bands that play most of the time. The Fort Gordon Dance Hall also provides clients with a great selection of beverages, as well as some on the house snacks, pretzels, bagels and cheese with crackers.