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Main Campus, Fairfax and Dumfries Maps

A downloadable map of the main hospital campus (in PDF format) is available to assist in finding your way to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, as well as to the nearby Warrior Pavilion, Intrepid Pavilion (NICoE Satellite / Intrepid Spirit), Fisher House and more. Also available below are maps to Fairfax Health Center and Dumfries Health Center.

Campus Map

Dumfries Health Center Map

Fairfax Health Center Map

Map showing the location of Dumfries Health Center

Map showing location of Fairfax Health Center

Directions to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital

From Washington, via I-95 South

  • From I-95 south, take Exit 166A for Fairfax County Parkway
    (Route 286) / Backlick Road.
  • Continue on Fairfax County Parkway to its end at U.S. Route 1 / Richmond Highway.
  • Turn left on Route 1 / Richmond Highway.
If you have a Common Access Card (CAC) or federal identification card:
  • You may enter post through any gate, but we recommend passing Tulley Gate and taking a right on Belvoir Road, to Pence Gate. 
  • Pence Gate is open 24 hours, seven days a week.
  • After passing through the gate, enter the traffic circle and take the first right on DeWitt Loop. 
If you don’t have a CAC or federal identification card:
  • You’ll be required to enter Fort Belvoir through Tulley Gate between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m., and through Pence gate between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
  • After the left turn on Route 1 / Richmond Highway, turn right at the first light, toward Tulley Gate.
  • After passing through the gate, continue straight to the third traffic light and turn left on Belvoir Road.
  • Continue on Belvoir Road to the second traffic light and turn left on DeWitt Loop.
  • Patients may park in either parking garage (River or Meadows), or in front of the hospital. The first two floors of each parking garage are designated for patient parking.

From Richmond, via I-95 North

  • From I-95 North, take Exit 166A for Fairfax County Parkway
    (Route 286) / Backlick Road. 
  • Continue on Fairfax County Parkway to its end at U.S. Route 1 / Richmond Highway.
  • Turn left on Route 1 / Richmond Highway.
If you have a Common Access Card (CAC) or federal identification card:
  • You may enter post through any gate, but we recommend passing Tulley Gate and taking a right on Belvoir Road, to Pence Gate. 
  • Pence Gate is open 24 hours, seven days a week.
  • After passing through the gate, enter the traffic circle and take the first right on DeWitt Loop.
If you don’t have a CAC or federal identification card:
  • You’ll be required to enter Fort Belvoir through Tulley Gate between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m., and through Pence gate between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
  • After the left turn on Route 1 / Richmond Highway, turn right at the first light, toward Tulley Gate.
  • After passing through the gate, continue straight to the third traffic light and turn left on Belvoir Road.
  • Continue on Belvoir Road to the second traffic light and turn left on DeWitt Loop.
  • Patients may park in either parking garage (River or Meadows), or in front of the hospital. The first two floors of each parking garage are designated for patient parking.


Entering Fort Belvoir

  • Everyone entering Fort Belvoir will need government-issued photo identification. Examples include driver’s license, state identification card, military identification or passport. This applies to everyone in the vehicle age 16 and over. It also applies to pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycle riders.
  • Department of Defense post decals and motor vehicle registration are no longer required to enter the post.
  • Drivers with a government-issued Common Access Card, operating a personally-owned vehicle, may enter the post through any open gate. Pence Gate, on Belvoir Road, is the closest to the hospital.
  • Drivers without a government-issued Common Access Card must enter through Tulley Gate between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m., and through Pence gate between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
  • Rental cars must enter Fort Belvoir through Tulley Gate. Drivers will be required to show a copy of the rental contract. Vehicles may be selected for random vehicle inspection by security guards.
  • Cabs must enter through Tulley Gate. Everyone in the vehicle age 16 and over must show a government issued photo identification. The cab may be inspected by security guards.
  • Pedestrians must show government-issued photo identification.
  • Bicyclists must show government-issued photo identification, and must be wearing a bicycle helmet. Bicycles must be equipped with proper lights / reflectors.
  • For motorcycle riders, the driver policies listed above also apply. However, motorcycle riders must wear a helmet, shoes that are closed and cover the ankles, eye protection if there is no face shield on the helmet, reflective clothing, gloves, long pants and a long sleeve shirt. Motorcycle riders may be asked for their motorcycle safety card to prove attendance of a motorcycle safety course.


Hospital Parking

  • Patient parking will be on the first two levels of both Meadows and River parking garages on each side of the hospital. In addition to the parking garages, parking spaces are available in front of the hospital.
    • NOTE: Parking lots adjacent to the Warrior and Intrepid pavilions, shown as Warrior Parking and Intrepid Parking on the downloadable map shown at the top of this page, are reserved for Wounded Warriors and their family members only.
  • Staff Parking is located in the Meadows and River parking garages on all but the first two floors of each garage.
  • Environmentally-friendly parking is available through the hospital’s participation in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. A total of 336 parking spaces have been designated for either carpools or low-emission vehicles. Patients and staff participating in carpools or driving low-emission vehicles are encouraged to use these spaces.
  • Mass transportation options are available for staff and patients. Fairfax Connector operates an express bus from the Springfield/Franconia Metro station to Fort Belvoir. More information is available on the Fairfax Connector website. Once on post, staff and patients may use the internal shuttle on Fort Belvoir. Two 15-passenger vans transport personnel to nearby offices and dining locations from 6 to 9 a.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. The shuttles are open to military personnel, and Common Access Card-holder family members and employees 18 and older. Maps and route information are available at Fort Belvoir’s website.