Fort Gordon is located just a few miles southwest of the city of Augusta, Georgia, and coves 56,000 acres of land.
If arriving at Fort Gordon by Augusta Regional Airport which is commonly called Bush Field you'll exit from the airport's main entrance and take Tobacco Road. Tobacco Road will lead you directly into the post via Gate 5.
After entering the gate, follow Avenue of the States, which will become Rice Road. At the intersection with Chamberlain Avenue, Darling Hall (the soldier service center) will be on the right. It's a three-story brick building with a red roof.
From Airport by Taxi
If you need ground transportation to the post, exit the airport terminal and you should find a taxi stand. Radio Cab has the contract to provide a taxi service on to the installation. Cab fares from the airport to the post should be $15.00 for up to two passengers, $3.00 for each additional passenger. Make sure that the cab is a Radio Cab which has "Post Service" written on both front doors and is marked with a two-digit number. Other cabs may deliver you to Fort Gordon, but the cost may be substantially higher. There is no shuttle transportation to the post.
For AIT Soldiers only:
You may call the 15th Signal Brigade staff duty at 706-791-8314 and request to have the driver pick you up at the airport.
Take Interstate 20
Take Exit 194 to Belair Road and Dyess Parkway
Follow the Dyess Parkway signs, and also the Fort Gordon signs.
Dyess Parkway will bring you directly into the post through Gate 1
Follow the road, which is Chamberlain Avenue, past the guard house
On the left, you will see Darling Hall, a three story brick building with a red roof,Darling Hall is the Soldier Service Center and, most likely, your first stop at Fort Gordon