Camp Guernsey Operations

Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center is designated as a Maneuver Training Center-Heavy (MTC-H).  Multiple battalions can complete task force level training using a combination of live fire ranges and maneuver training land.

Four distinct training areas:

North Training Area – 51,000 acres of fire and maneuver areas; dedicated impact area for artillery; Close Air Support & aerial bombing; and dedicated firing ranges for small arms, heavy weapons; live-fire convoy routes; Counter Improvised Explosive Device Lane; and missile/rocket firing points.

South Training Area – various ranges including MRF, Zero, known distance, combat pistol, and small arms; obstacle course; compass & land navigation course; high ropes course; mine warfare area.

Camp Guernsey Army Air Field – 60 square miles of restricted airspace; C-17 capable runway; tactical landing strip; hot refuel; aerial gunnery; combat offload capabilities; 24/7 crash fire rescue.

Cantonment – 200-person dining facility; billeting for up to 1,503 people in dormitories, private/semi-private billets available;  fuel point; combined maintenance facility.

Camp Guernsey is a NGB Level 2 Joint Training Center consisting of more than 78,000 acres of maneuver area, training ranges, and 64 square miles of air space which provide for combined arms training using multiple scenarios over varied terrain. Camp Guernsey can support up to an entire brigade of troops, maneuver, and equipment. Camp Guernsey exists to facilitate and support realistic combat training for current and future American fighting forces.

The camp’s rural locale in southeastern Wyoming offers many training advantages. Noise, movement, and training restrictions are limited. Accessibility from road, rail and air provide flexible options for troop, equipment, and material movement. A dedicated, fully-qualified staff currently supports DoD and Non-DoD customers for all types of training 24/7/365.

Camp Guernsey was built on the tradition of the frontier forts of America’s early years. Frontier forts were often the vanguard of defense in the American West. Camp Guernsey continues this tradition by providing realistic, combat-based training opportunities for continental and deploying American forces. Customers from all branches of the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, Wyoming state and local agencies, and civilian entities, train here.

The Broom Creek Hunter Management Area, located on Camp Guernsey Joint Training Center, is open to fishing and hunting turkey, sharp-tailed grouse, doves, water fowl, rabbits, squirrels, predators (during daylight hours), antelope, deer, elk, and mountain lion during the specific species season, as published in current Wyoming Game and Fish regulations.

Permission slips may be obtained from the Wyoming Game & Fish Website, except for predator hunters who receive permission slips directly from the Camp Guernsey Fire Desk. Once a permission slip is obtained, call into the Camp Guernsey Fire Desk (307-836-7810) to see which locations within the Broom Creek Hunter Management Area are closed for military training and to receive your confirmation code.

Anyone caught hunting on Camp Guernsey property without checking in at the Fire Desk will be considered a trespasser and may be cited for trespassing and any other appropriate Game & Fish violations the warden or other law enforcement official deems necessary.

Fishing on camp property is managed through the Wyoming Game & Fish Walk-In Fishing Area Program (North Platte River Area 14). Fishing is allowed on the river along Wendover Bend. Fishermen do not need to check in with, nor obtain permission from, the Camp Fires Desk prior to fishing.

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