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  • To check out lodging available on Fort Lewis, visit The site has options for traditional lodging at the Fort Lewis Lodge, cabin rentals available for $50 to $60 a night, and RV and tent sites at Fort Lewis Travel Camp for $5 to $15. For more information, call (253) 967-5415.
  • There are campsites sponsored by the military throughout Washington, from spots near the ocean to spots on military installations at Whidbey Island, Everett, Fairchild, McChord, and Fort Lewis. Visit to learn more about eligible campgrounds.
  • If getting off post is more to your liking, take a look at Armed Forces Vacation Club resorts available throughout the year. There are 11 local sites, coastal and inland, as well as hundreds of sites elsewhere in the world. To learn more, visit You must be a military member, dependent, retiree or 100 percent disabled veteran to be eligible to join the travel club. Membership is free, and most resorts cost $299 each week although special deals sometimes are available. If you can't find what you're looking for through the club, there are deals for 70 percent off traditional hotels around the world. Call (800) 724-9988.
  • The military also offers resorts at the Dragon Hill Lodge in Seoul, South Korea, the Hale Koa in Hawaii, Edelweiss Lodge and Resort in Germany, and Shades of Green at Walt Disney World. For more information about these sites, visit
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