Real IDs are required - if you don't have a state issued real ID driver's license yet, you must be able to provide a second form of identification to the VCC for a gate access pass on Fort Carson.
IMPORTANT: FIRE DANGER RISK
Fort Carson: Moderate / Piñon Canyon: Moderate
30 November 2023
Users are required to checkout through a phone or computer on iSportsman and enter your harvest data. You must always check out no later than the posted checkout time for the day - posted below. Night hunting/recreation is strictly prohibited.
If you are already checked into iSportsman and the website goes down or you are packing out an already harvested animal and won't make the checkout time, you must call FC 719-725-4682 or PCMS 719-338-9536 - DPW Wildlife.
Prairie Rattlesnake Fact Sheet - CLICK HERE
Fort Carson Snake Pamphlet - CLICK HERE
Downrange Safety Briefs
All required, Downrange Safety Briefs are available online through your iSportsman account portal under "My Safety Briefs." For other details and a guide to which briefs you need to take click on the "Access" tab and then click on "Range Safety Briefing" or CLICK HERE.
UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE (UXO) INFORMATION AND OPTIONAL TRAINING CAN BE FOUND AT THE LINK BELOW.
All reporting of unexploded ordnance will be through the FC Fire Desk (719) 526-5698.
Recognize - when you may have encountered a munition and that munitions are dangerous.
Retreat – do not approach, touch, move or disturb it, but carefully leave the area.
Report – call 911 if Off Post.
On Fort Carson call Range Operations at (719) 526-5698
Firearms, including muzzleloaders, rifles, shotguns, and handguns, must be registered with the Fort Carson Provost Marshal’s Office before transporting onto Fort Carson or PCMS. Firearms are registered by submitting a completed Fort Carson (FC) Form 66-E (Registration of Personal Firearms). Firearm registration is done one time and may have multiple weapons listed on a single registration form. For forms and details, CLICK HERE.
Fort Carson Regulations
The FC 200-6 revised edition is now available (28 FEB 2023)
A memorandum was issued and amended the Fort Carson Regulation 190-4 to require a General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand for violations of paragraph 2-2 through 2-4, in addition to UCMJ actions. Civilians and Retirees in violation of 190-4, paragraphs 2-2 through 2-4 will receive similar penalties and offenders may be subject to a permanent bar from entering Fort Carson and PCMS in addition to receiving a violation notice of 18USC930 (a) Possession of a firearm and dangerous weapons in Federal facilities. This regulation can also be found under the Firearms Registration Tab under Access.
When accessing Fort Carson and PCMS for recreation, you are responsible for staying up to date with safety procedures, restricted areas, the FC Reg 200-6 and 190-4, and all other content pertaining to your activities that are published on this website and the safety briefings. It is highly recommended to check back often for updates.