Hours of Operation
Operations suspended due to COVID-19.
About this Location
At Fort McCoy, we operate two combat-simulated USO stations on the training field. We provide a realistic and rustic experience for our service members to relax and connect to home through phone calls, board games, planned activities, internet conductivity, and email access.
We also have an internet café on base where service members can bring their electronics and connect to loved ones through our WiFi, grab a cup of coffee, or meet for a rousing game of cards, while catching up on the latest news.
To request USO Wisconsin support for military and their families, go to the Programs - Unit Requests page of our website.
Amenities at this Location
Food & Beverages
- Coffee & Tea
- Snack Bar
- Charging Stations
- Computers & Laptops
Multimedia & Gaming
- DVD & Blu-ray Player
- TV & Cable
- Xbox 360
Rest & Relaxation
- Lawn Games
- Music Room & Instruments
- Playing Cards
- Administrative Office
Programs at this Location
Tickets on EventBrite
Free or greatly reduced tickets are available for military families to enjoy the Brewers, Admirals, Loggers, theater, and other entertainme…
Military units can request support for various functions, in the form of snacks, comfort or relaxation. Fort McCoy area: Complete the Fort…
Camp Hometown Heroes 2015 was a great success. With your help, we provided this life changing opportunity to 140 campers from 27 states this year. Thank you for supporting our mission.Neil, Paula & Deb - Camp Hometown Heroes Find out how to support USO
Soldiers at Fort McCoy Assist Afghan Refugees
Spectrum News1 WISCONSIN— After calling Fort McCoy home for nearly six weeks, the first of nearly 13,000 Afghan refugees began to move to t…
In Focus: USO Wisconsin Executive Director explains role, support to veterans
Spectrum News1 WISCONSIN Since 1941, the USO has strengthened the connection between service members to their families and country.
Photo Essay: Musician Chris Kroeze entertains Fort McCoy community during concert at Fort McCoy
Entertainer and musician Chris Kroeze sings a song June 15, 2021, during his 90-minute concert at Fort McCoy, Wis.