Naval Air Station
Patuxent River, MD 20670-1138
301-737-2400 - Fax: 301-862-7866
Amenities include Cable TV with HBO, DVD's, free local calls, free USA Today newspapers (Mon - Fri.), air conditioning, clock/radio, hair dryer, ice, snack vending, on site Laundromat, picnic grounds, cribs, highchairs, rollaway, iron and ironing board in rooms, fax/Copy services at Front Desk. Complimentary coffee in the Lobby and in guest rooms.
Within walking Commissary, Citgo gas, Mini-Mart, Navy Exchange, Package store, beauty/ barber shop, base pool, and Housing Welcome Center.
Short drive to McDonald's, Subway, Cedar Point Credit Union, ATM, Base Clinic, fitness center, bowling alley, Cedar Point Golf Course, Officer's Club, Beach House, theater, post office, library, MWR-Ticket Center, base gym, and Bowling Center. On base fishing and hunting with the proper paperwork and Base Marina. We are 15 minutes from Solomon's Island Resort (call 410-326-500).
Attractions We're approximately one hour's drive from Washington D.C., Baltimore MD and Annapolis MD. Discount Tickets are available from MWR for the Washington D.C, Baltimore, Annapolis and Virginia area attractions and tours (call 301-342-3648).
Accommodations The Navy Lodge has 50 units with A/C and heat, private bath, (2) handicap rooms, adjoining rooms, and fully equipped kitchenettes. The Navy Lodge is considered Government Quarters, and we are a NON- SMOKING FACILITY. Hours of operation are 24 hours, 7 Days a week.
For reservations call 1-800-628-9466, or direct 301-737-2400, 24 hours a day!
From I-95 (East portion of Capital Beltway I-495)
Take exit 7A to Branch Avenue (MD-5) South
Follow MD-5 until it turns into MD-235 South Oraville
Continue South on MD-235 to Lexington Park
The NAS MAIN GATE (Gate2) is at the MD-235 and MD-246 intersection
Make a left to the Main Gate
From the Main Gate, make the first left onto Cuddihy Road.
The Navy Lodge is approximately one mile on the right.
The Navy Lodge accepts four-footed guests (dogs and cats) up to 50 pounds in weight when traveling with their owners. Military families with pets should bring enough food and other supplies, and always travel with a pet carrier. While at the Lodge, pet owners must keep all walk areas clean and use clean-up bags provided.
Pet owners also are reminded to visit a veterinarian to update all medications or treatments required and bring a copy of each pet’s vaccination record. It also is recommended they carry a health certificate for each animal, particularly while state-to-state or crossing international borders.
Always remember to bring the following on trips:
- A sturdy leash and extra collar
- An old blanket or sheet to make cleanup easier wherever the pet’s carrier will be secured
- Old sheets to cover bedding and furniture once you reach your accommodation
- Some of your pet’s own bedding
- Food & water bowl set
- Toys or chew items
- All required medications, supplements, and preventatives
- Brush or comb and lint remover
- For cats, a full litter pan with extra litter, liners, and newspaper to place underneath for cats
- Waste-removal bags
- Old towels, carpet cleaner, disinfectant spray, and trash bags for accidents; and flashlight for those nighttime walks