WELCOME TO THE FORT BELVOIR HUNTING, FISHING, AND WATERCRAFT RECREATION WEBSITE! THIS IS THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE TO OBTAIN ALL RECREATIONAL PERMITS AND CHECK IN AND OUT OF RECREATIONAL AREAS. INDIVIDUALS SEEKING A PERMIT MUST HAVE AN iSPORTSMAN ACCOUNT WHICH MAY BE OBTAINED ON THIS WEBSITE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, QUESTIONS, OR CONCERNS, PLEASE CONTACT THE CONSERVATION BRANCH AT 703-805-3969.
2020-21 Manual and Supplement are available! Scouting will begin Saturday August 22, Early Resident Canada Goose begins Tuesday Septebmer 1, Early Urban Antlerless Archery begins Saturday September 5. Bowhunting qualifications take place Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 1130 and 1230 at Building 780 (Broadhead Range). New procedures for obtaining keys for hunting are in affect September 4. Procedures can be found at Procedures for obtaining keys for accessing hunting areas
"The mission of the natural resources management program is to manage natural resources as an integral part of Fort Belvoir's military mission. As the guardian of army lands, it is the mission of the natural resources program to maintain the existing level of biodiversity using sound ecological principles to ensure that economic and aesthetic values of public lands are maintained."
"The program's mission involves ensuring installation compliance with natural resources laws and regulations, as well as providing public access and customer service support to base operations, tenants, military personnel and their families; the research and education community; and the general public."