Our website, www.HanscomFSS.com shows you all the facilities and the great programs they offer. Most 66th FSS programs, events and facilities* are open to DoD ID cardholders, including active duty, reservists, DoD civilians, NAF employees, base contractors, retirees and authorized family members according to AFI 34-262, "Services Programs and Use Eligibility." Some priority restrictions apply; please contact the facilities directly for details.
The AFVC isn't managed by us at Force Support - it's a separate entity - but according to their eligibility info the program is available to all active and retired members of the Armed Forces, Department of Defense employees and select civilian employees in military support roles. For more information on eligibility, availability and to book your reservation visit http://www.afvclub.com or call toll-free 1-800-724-9988.
There's no usage charge to enter the Fitness & Sports Center; authorized users and their visitors can use the facility for free. Many fitness classes are $3 each, however. Non-ID-cardholders cannot use the facility on their own; i.e., they must be accompanied by their "sponsor."
For full details, we recommend you give the Fitness Center staff a call at (781) 225-6630/6631 or stop by their front desk. They can address your particular situation, give you the details on visitor rules and answer any other question you may have about the facility.
Eligible patrons for 24 Hour Fitness Access currently include:
The Golf Course is also open to VA employees, VA outpatients and VA volunteers. Honorably discharged military members are eligible to golf when they present a DD-214. For specific eligibility questions, please call the Pro Shop at 781-687-2396.
Eligibility and priority are established through AFI 34-144. Eligible patrons include active duty military personnel, DoD civilian personnel paid with either APF or NAF (including AAFES), reservist on active duty or during inactive duty training and DoD contractors.
The Youth Center is open to ages 9-18. Sponsors of the children must be from the following categories in accordance with AFI 34-144: Active Duty military | DoD civilians | Military Reserves | NAF employees | AAFES employees | Air National Guard | retirees* (all branches of services) | DoD contractors**
Our programs have various age restrictions. When specified, younger children — as well as adults — may participate in activities sponsored by Youth Programs, including special events and instructional programs.