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Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor Recreation is your gateway to adventure in Japan! Programs and services include trips, gear rentals, campsite and cabin rentals, paintball, and bicycle/ski/snowboard repair. Our programs cater to all experience levels, whether you’re a budding outdoor enthusiast or an honorary mountain goat. Visit our knowledgeable and friendly staff today and get equipped for a lifetime of adventure.

OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER (ORC)
Located across from Fleet Rec and the USO, the Outdoor Recreation Center is your one-stop shop for gear rentals, trip registration, and bike/ski/snowboard maintenance. The ORC also offers campsite and cabin reservations, and accepts deposits for paintball field reservations. For more info on our Ikego facilities, please visit here

GEAR RENTALS
The ORC has the gear you need to stay active year-round, including backpacking, camping, hiking, surfing, skiing and snowboarding equipment. Our staff will help outfit you for your next adventure, whether you’re participating in one of our guided trips or venturing out on your own. We also offer leisure games for your next outdoor picnic or command function. For a complete list of rental offerings and prices, please visit the ORC today.

*Please note that Outdoor Rec gear rentals are self-pickup only. Due to liability issues, staff are not allowed to move gear into or out of vehicles; please bring adequate assistance.

TRIPS
Outdoor Recreation trips are legendary: hear the waves crash around you as you climb the seaside cliffs of Jogasaki; watch the sun rise over the Minami Alps from atop Japan’s second highest peak, Mt. Kitadake; feel the icy chill and crackling heat of the Nozawa Fire Festival. For online registration (select trips only) and to view upcoming trips and itineraries, please visit here. For all other registration and trip info, please visit the ORC today.

*Liberty Blue Jacket prices available on select trips for single and unaccompanied, active duty E5 & below service members attached to CFAY / tenant commands only. To receive the discount, eligible patrons must register through the Liberty Center.

BIKE SHOP
Free estimates! Our certified technician can address your gear setup and repair issues, both big and small. To obtain service for you bike/ski/snowboard, simply bring it in to the Bike Shop (located just through the front doors of the Outdoor Recreation Center in the right-hand corner next to the water fountain) and speak with our technician. For more information on bicycle, ski, or snowboard maintenance, please call 243-5732.

SPECIAL EVENTS DEPARTMENT
For delivery, setup, command pricing, and other party equipment, please contact the Special Events department at DSN: 241-3708 / 046-896-3708, or by email: Meitoy.Mobley@fe.navy.mil; Atsushi.Tamura.JA@fe.navy.mil. For more details, please visit the Special Events page.

Upcoming Events

Road Biking at Lake Kasumigaura

Enjoy a scenic lake view all the way around the “ring ring cycling road” (about 100km / 62 mile) that stretches around Lake Kasumigaura, the 2nd biggest lake in Japan. Read More

Takatoriyama Rock Climbing

Located only 30 minutes from CFAY, we’ll hike up the trail to Takatoriyama where locals once cut stones for building materials. Read More

Kintokiyama Day Hike

Kintokiyama is located at the northwest corner of Hakone caldera, and the view of Mt. Fuji from the summit is amazing. Read More

Takatoriyama Rock Climbing

Located only 30 minutes from CFAY, we’ll hike up the trail to Takatoriyama where locals once cut stones for building materials.Read More

One-Day: Yeti Ski & Snowboard Trip

This is the first ski / snowboard trip of the season and the perfect destination to brush up your skills for the upcoming ski season. Read More

Yugawara Makuyama Day Hike

Enjoy a great view of the ocean from the summit while you look down Manazuru Peninsula, a salamander-shaped landscape, stretching into Sagami Bay.Read More