The Commanding General’s Tours Program runs from October through April.

If you’ve ever wondered what happens aboard the Combat Center, here’s your opportunity to learn more about the installation’s history, how Marines and sailors train here and to see parts of the installation not usually seen by non-military personnel.

The Commanding General’s Tours Program runs from October through April and provides adults 18 and older with the opportunity to tour the installation. When Operational Commitments allow and resources permit, tours will be conducted on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays of the month, on a first come first served basis. Those interested are required to make reservations 60 days in advance. Maximum group size is limited to 35 persons; and the minimum is 10, therefore individuals looking for tours may be matched with other groups or guests. While on the six to eight-hour tour, patrons will be required to walk through deep sand and uneven terrain, and may be faced with extreme weather conditions. The base provides the tours for free; the only cost to participants is lunch at one of the restaurants aboard the installation.

In order to access the installation all members of the tour party must submit identification at least 30 Days in advance for the usage of facilities, unit & entity notification and security screening to include:  full name, date of birth, as well as driver’s license number, state and expiration date. Up to date ID card or Passport information is also accepted.  For guests to access the installation a thorough security screening is mandatory and any individual that is not cleared for access will not be permitted to attend the tour. Failure to provide the requested information 30 days in advance will result in the cancellation of the tour.

For more information or to arrange a tour, call (760) 830-3735.

Retired and former Marines from the Victor Valley High Desert Marines group watch as members of...
Tour participants get a feel for the MRAP rollover simulator during a visit to the Combat Center.
A tour participant takes aim at simulated targets on the 360-degree video screen in the combat...
A battle scenario unfolds on the video screen in the combat convoy simulator at Camp Wilson.
Tour guide Michael King explains to tour participants how instructors create combat convoy...
A tour participant gets a feel for being behind the while of a large tactical vehicle during a...
Tour participants look over the urban landscape at Range 200, one of several MOUT — Military...
Tour participants learn how Marines and sailors train in urban environments during a visit to Range...
Tour guide Mike King explains to visitors how different training scenerios can unfold in MOUT —...
Jay Jones, left, work leader at the Range Sustainment Branch, explains to tour participants how the...
Jay Jones, right, work leader at the Combat Center's Range Sustainment Branch, shows a tour...
Tour participants often mingle with Marines and sailors during lunch at one of the Combat Center's...
Director (760) 830-8734
Deputy Director (760) 830-3765
Community Liaison (760) 830-5651
School Liaison (760) 830-1574
Tours/Operations Officer (760) 830-3735
Administrative Officer (760) 830-8734
Resource Management
(760) 830-3737
Range Sustainability Program
(760) 830-8477

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