The Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) welcomes all Soldiers - all ranks and ages - as well as authorized Family and MWR patrons, including civilians. BOSS members participate in activities such as trips and community events They also receive discounts and free passes to shows and sporting events. BOSS menbers are also well-known in the community, on post and off, for the many hours they devote to volunteering.
Bunker Hall Cafe
Cardinal Golf Club
Championship golf and a beautiful course
The Cardinal Golf Club is a 27-hole championship course located at Fort Lee, south of Richmond, Virginia. The course offers a nice variety of length and playability. The facility also includes a full practice range, two large putting/chipping greens, practice bunker and fully stocked Pro Shop. Golf lessons are available by PGA Professional Instructors.
Cardinal Golf Club Quick Service Restaurant
Open daily for delicious breakfast or lunch. Lunch offerings include fresh made-to-order sandwiches, burgers and salads. Click here for the daily specials!
Clark Fitness Center
Clark Fitness Center will be available for Active Duty Military personnel to access the facility after normal operational hours. To do so, personnel must be registered with the Clark Fitness Center staff.
Clark Fitness Center features a gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and other indoor sports, two racquetball courts, strength training and cardio areas, and full locker rooms with saunas for men and women. (locker rooms and saunas are currently closed)
This fenced dog park is a safe place for dogs to run and socialize off-leash. The park is rarely crowded and your pet will have plenty of room to play. There's also shade to relax under and benches for pet parents.
Domestic Abuse Empowerment Program (Victim Advocacy)
Employment Readiness Program (ERP)
This program provides information and referral services in the areas of employment, education and training to give military family members the competitive edge needed to secure employment.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
The EFMP provides comprehensive and coordinated medical, educational, housing, community support and personal services to families with special needs.
Family Advocacy Program
The Family Advocacy Program supports readiness, builds healthy families and sustains strong communities by providing comprehensive approaches to prevention, identification and intervention of child and spouse abuse in military families.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Policy:
The Department of Army policy is to prevent spouse and child abuse, to protect those who are victims of abuse, to treat those affected by abuse and to ensure that personnel are professionally trained to intervene in abuse cases.
The FAP promotes public awareness within the military community and coordinates professional intervention at all levels within the civilian and military communities, including law enforcement, social services, health services and legal services.
The Family Advocacy Program provides core programs in prevention and education in the following areas:
- Community Education
- Commander Education
- Troop Education
- Education for Professionals
- Parent Education and Support
- Safety Education
- Spouse Abuse Prevention
- Victim Advocacy Services
- Family Life Education
The Family Advocacy Program educators provide briefings and trainings on identification, reporting and prevention of spouse and child abuse.