Fort Lewis, WA 98433
Hours of Operation
Starting July 6, the Camp Lewis Center will be open Monday-Friday from 0900-1500.
About this Location
Our new Camp Lewis USO Center was established on Fort Lewis to expand service delivery and meet a critical need for USO’s programs and services that focus on the health of the entire family. The USO Center means service members and their families enjoy exclusive use of an array of facilities and services that include a recliner lounge with big screen TVs, the Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program, a fully-stocked canteen, free Internet access, computers, printer, and WI-FI access throughout the center. The Camp Lewis USO Center is quickly becoming a cyber meeting place, having served 20,000 service members and their families in the first year of operation.
Strategically located in the heart of the base, it is less than one block from where the Soldiers and families both live and check onto the base for duty. Soldiers visit Camp Lewis USO Center daily to access and print orders prior to check-in while their spouses meet regularly for the newest USO Family program called Coffee Connections. In simplistic terms, Coffee Connections is a forum for those veteran spouses to provide wisdom and mentorship to new families arriving for the first time on Joint Base Lewis McChord. Camp Lewis USO Center is a great way to network, share advice, discuss local events, and meet new friends – all at no expense to our guests!
To become a volunteer at the Camp Lewis Center, please click on the link below:
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Daily Meals
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
- DSN Phone
Multimedia & Gaming
- TV & Cable
Rest & Relaxation
- Event & Sports Tickets
Travel Services & Gifts
- Greeting Cards
- Information Desk
- Administrative Office
Featured PersonDavid Dutcher, Center Manager email@example.com
Programs at this Location
Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program
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Food and Toy Drives
During the Holiday Season USO-NW with the help of its corporate partners host annual Holiday Food and Toy drives throughout the Pacific Nor…
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No-Dough Dinner Program
Our No Dough Dinners are when the USO provides a delicious meal to the military just before payday when money can often be tight.
After getting delayed and rerouted and delayed and rerouted, I ended up at Sea-Tac at 0030 with my next flight at 0700. I found the USO and it was a blessing. Your volunteers are exceptional, always making sure we're taken care of. For example, a group of us passed out on the couches. A volunteer went around and tucked us all in with blankets. After a day that made me want to cry, I am so appreciative of what you do for us. Being able to wash my face and brush my teeth made my day bearable!Anna C. Find out how to support USO
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