22148 Cuddihy Road, Building 2119
Reservations: 800-NavyINN (628-9466) or 301-737-2400
Front Desk Hours:
6 a.m. to midnight daily
Check-in starts at 3 p.m. and check-out time is noon daily.
All branches of service, active-duty (on duty or leisure) and retired military and their families, Reservists, DOD civilians, contractors on orders and other authorized guests can make reservations at the Navy Lodge.
- Pet-friendly (see pet policy below)
- Queen beds
- Private baths
- Two handicap-accessible rooms
- Two family suites
- Complimentary breakfast
The Navy Lodge is a pet-friendly, non-smoking facility. There are 48 units with queen beds and private baths. Of these 48 rooms, four sets are interconnecting, two are handicap-accessible and there are two family suites.
Each unit contains a kitchenette with microwave, cook top, refrigerator, utensils and dining table. Rooms also have satellite television, free wireless internet, DVD player, air conditioning & heat, direct dial long distance service, toll-free telephone service, hairdryers, and irons and ironing boards. There is daily housekeeping, ice and snack vending machines, a playground, free DVD rentals and a washer/dryer facility for guest use. Navy Lodge also features a weekly Manager's Reception in the lobby every Wednesday from 5-6pm where they serve light refreshments for all guests.
Navy Lodge guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast that consists of assorted pastries, juices, fresh fruit, granola bars, oatmeal and coffee, from 6-9 a.m. weekdays, and until 9:30am on weekends.
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