Fort Belvoir is located along RT 1 just south of Washington D.C. and east of Interstate 95.  It's location along the Potomac River and relatively large tracks of forest withing Fairfax County provide exceptional watercraft, hunting, and fishing opportunities.  For more information about Fort Belvoir visit the Fort Belvoir home page at 

For directions to the Conservation Branch (Bldg 780) or DFMWR Outdoor Recreation (Bldg 778):

From Rt 1

                Turn onto Pohick Rd (Tulley Gate Entrance)

                Proceed through security- At least one occupant of a vehicle must present valid DoD identification in order to access gates other than Tulley Gate.  The Visitor Center issues temporary passes for sponsored visitors and personnel requiring long term access.  The Visitor Center is located at Tulley Gate and open Monday-Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  To receive a pass, authorized drivers must be sponsored, provide a valid state driver's license, a current vehicle registration and proof of insurance.  Call the Visitor Center for more information at (703) 806-4892.

                At first traffic light, turn RIGHT onto Theote Rd

                Proceed approx. ¾ mile, turn RIGHT onto Warren Rd

                Proceed approx. ½ mile, turn RIGHT onto Johnston Rd

                Proceed approx. ¼ mile, Outdoor Recreation is on the Right

                Continue past Outdoor Recreation and the Conservation Branch is on your right (square brick building up a small driveway).