Camp Roberts

The Camp Roberts Community is committed to sharing its resources with all members of the California Military Department and the community. While Camp Roberts’ primary mission is to provide areas for training, the vast and unique landscape provides hunters and anglers with an unmatched opportunity for outdoor recreation.

​Information Updated on 24 July 2018

Hunting and Fishing dates are subject to change or cancellation based on the training requirements of the California Military Department.

All participants are required to follow the State of California fishing guidelines and regulations and comply with Camp Roberts’ rules and policies while on Camp Roberts. Violations of any guidelines, regulations, rules, post procedures and or policies may result in forfeiture of fees paid, a revocation of hunting privileges at Camp Roberts, and you may be subject to additional California State Law and federal law sanctions.

Any person hunting or fishing on Camp Roberts is required to have the appropriate hunting and/or fishing license, tags from the State of California and a Camp Roberts Hunting/Fishing Permit.

Registration is open by appointment only 8am-3pm. To set up an appointment call the Hunting and Fishing Dept. at 805-365-5090 between 8am-3pm.


Pedro Alcocer (Marine Vet) showing off his beautiful 3×3. (17 Sept 2015)


Sam Montgomery(Camp Roberts employee) and daughter Rori (2014)


Casey Nelson (Camp Roberts Employee)

Click below for Hunt dates and info:

Click link to download: 16-17 Sept 2018 CIV Deer Pig Hunt.pdf

Click link to download: 5-8, 12-15 Sept 2018 Dove Hunt.pdf

Click link to download: 26-28 Oct 2018 Duck Quail Hunt.pdf

Click link to download: 25-26 Aug, 14-15 MIL Sept 2018 Deer Pig Hunt.pdf

 

Registration Forms:

Please fill out completely before arriving for your registration appointment. Thank you.

Click link to download:Hunting Deer Lottery Application 2018.pdf

Click link to download:Hunting Registration Form 2016.pdf

Click link to download: Weapons Registration Form

Click link to download: Legal Release

Mission

​The mission of the of the California Army National Guard Environmental Directorate is to support mission readiness of the CA ARNG by ensuring compliance of all CA ARNG facilities, activities and operations with all appropriate federal, state, local and military environmental laws and regulations.

​Goals:
•Carry out military and state support missions with minimal impact to the environment
•Comply with all applicable Federal, State, and Local environmental laws, regulations, and ordinances
•Provide unit level training on environmental stewardship, compliance, and pollution prevention
•Maintain, restore, and enhance existing training sites
•Stop pollution at the source

Who We Support:
•Surface Maintenance Directorate
•Facilities Directorate
•Logistics Directorate
•Organization and Training Directorate
•Plans and Operations Directorate
•Staff Judge Advocate
•Policy and Liaison Directorate
•Aviation/Safety Directorate
•United States Property and Fiscal Directorate
•40th Infantry Division (Mechanized)
•100th Troop Command
•CA ARNG Training Sites

Programs:

COMPLIANCE
•Hazardous Materials Communication/Management
•Hazardous/Non-Hazardous solid Waste Management
•Pollution Prevention
•Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Materials
•Water Quality Management
•Spill Prevention Control Countermeasures Plans
•Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
•Monitoring/Reporting Requirements
•Air Quality Management
•Ozone Depleting Compounds
•Air Permits
•Air Inventories
•Aboveground Storage Tanks
•Underground Storage Tank Management
•Site Restoration/Remediation
•Risk Evaluation/Assessment
•Asbestos, Radon, Lead Based Paint Management/Abatement
•Pest Management
•Noise Reduction

CONSERVATION
•Environmental Review (NEPA)
•Natural Resources Management
•Endangered Species Management
•Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan
•Cultural Resources Management
•Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan
•Integrated Training Area Management

OTHER
•Environmental Training
•Environmental Audits and Inspections

Points of Contact

​Environmental Office Lead
(805) 238-8332

Lead Wildlife Biologist (805) 238-8399

Lead Compliance Person (805) 238-8418

Lead Botanist
(805) 238-8548

Cultural Resource Specialist
(805) 238-8013

GIS Coordinator
(805) 238-8332

Mission

​To provide Veterans, Military Members and their families current government identification cards.

ID CARD Services

ID Card Hours: 0800 to 1530 Monday-Friday
Closed on federal holidays & 1130-1200 daily for Lunch.

By Appointment Only. Appointments must come in ten minutes early for your appointment. Please be on time. Customers 15 minutes late must reschedule. Appointments will be scheduled Monday through Friday 0800 – 1530.

RAPIDS/DEERS/ID Card Appointment Scheduler

Location: Camp Roberts, Building 6038, Welcome Center
Telephone: 805-238-8574

WALK-IN CUSTOMERS

Walk-in customers can go to NAS Lemoore. Please call to for availability at 559-998-1224

Their hours of operation are 0730-1540.

CANCEL / RESCHEDULE APPOINTMENTS

Customers will need to know their confirmation number to cancel/reschedule an appointment. Please keep a copy of your appointment confirmation page.

BRANCH OF SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

****ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS VARY FOR EACH BRANCH OF SERVICE AND DOD AGENCY****

1. PROOF OF IDENTITY IS MANDATORY

a. Two (2) valid, unexpired forms of identification must be presented to receive any ID card. Refer to the I-9 List of Acceptable Documents. All documents must be originals. Please visit List_of_Acceptable_Documents.pdf for a complete list of accepted items.

b. When a Social Security (SS) number is required, you may use an SS Card. Driver’s Licenses must have an actual date of expiration.

2. DOCUMENTATION

a. All military/DOD dependents are required to bring in a signed DD FORM 1172.2 to be issued a new I.D card.

b. Students (21-23)must present a letter from their school registrar stating they are enrolled full-time at an accredited institution of higher learning with a signed DD FORM 1172.2.

c. All court documentation must be ORIGINAL and issued by a federal, state, or county office indicating that it has been filed and recorded in the courthouse.

d. All foreign documents must be originals with an Apostille and translated into English.

3. LOST OR STOLEN ID CARD

The following procedures/documents are required to receive a replacement ID Card for ALL Lost or Stolen ID Cards along with two (2) acceptable forms of ID (Refer to the I-9 List of Acceptable Documents).

4. LOST OR STOLEN ID CARD, MILITARY MEMBERS

A memorandum or Counseling Statement, and Sworn Statement from the Military Members Unit or Command describing the date, place, and circumstances of the loss or theft.

5. LOST OR STOLEN ID CARD, DOD CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL

MP/Police Report statement or a memorandum from the contractor’s COR, COTR or CVS Trusted Agent (TA) describing the date, place, and circumstances of the loss or theft.

6. LOST OR STOLEN ID CARD, FAMILY MEMBERS/DEPENDENTS

MP/Police Report statement describing the date, place, and circumstances of the loss or theft. The sponsor must be present or provide a digitally signed (or wet signature, with a notarized endorsement) 1172.2 authorizing replacement of the ID card.

7. LOST OR STOLEN ID CARD, RETIREES

MP/Police Report statement describing the date, place, and circumstances of the loss or theft.

8. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, MILITARY MEMBERS

Official documentation must be presented for any updates or changes (i.e. Promotion Orders, Name Change Memorandum, etc…). Must submit (2) valid forms of identification.

9. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, DOD CONTRACTORS

All data must be previously input and verified through the Contractor Verification System (CVS). If going overseas, a Letter of Authorization (LOA) is required. Must have two (2) valid, unexpired forms of identification.

10. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, FAMILY MEMBERS

Must have two (2) valid, unexpired forms of identification and one of the following: Sponsor present or an original, unexpired Power of Attorney (POA), original DD Form 1172 (ID Card Application) signed by the Sponsor and a Verifying Official.

11. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, 100% DAV

Letter from Department of Veteran Affairs showing member as an honorably discharged veteran rated as 100% service connected, authorizing commissary store and exchange privileges, DD Form 214 (Copy 4).

12.ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, FULL-TIME STUDENTS 21-23:

Adding a Child.pdf

Must be attending an accredited institution, Sponsor must be providing over 50% support, (2) valid, unexpired forms of identification and letter from Student Registrar’s Office or National Clearing House stating that they are enrolled full-time.

13. FULL-TIME STUDENT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, CONT

Adding a Child.pdf

The start date of eligibility will begin the date the sponsor updates DEERS to extend eligibility, not the date the child enrolled in college. If the student falls below full-time status, the ID card must be turned in to the local DEERS/ID Office.

14. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS

All documents must be original or a true certified copy.

15. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, CONT

All foreign documents must have an Apostille and English translation. Please contact the Department of Foreign Ministry Affairs in the country of issuance or google “Apostille Certification & Country” to obtain guidance.

16. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, SPOUSE

Marriage Certificate/License, birth certificate, SS Card, photo ID issued by state or local government and Final Divorce Decree, annulment or death certificate from the previous marriage.

17. NAME CHANGE FOR SPOUSE UPON ENROLLMENT

The name may only be changed if the spouse provides at least one identity source document listed on the OMB I-9 form such as a Social Security Card or valid Drivers License reflecting the name change.

18. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, FORMER SPOUSE

Marriage Certificate/License, Final Divorce Decree, DD Form 214 (Copy 4), if available, Military ID Card (DD Form 1173), photo ID issued by state or local government, and SS Card.

19. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, CHILDREN

Adding a Child.pdf

(If parents are not married, see illegitimate child section below), birth certificate and social security card (if received).

20. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, STEP CHILDREN

Adding a Child.pdf

Marriage Certificate/License, birth certificate, and social security card

21. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, ADOPTED CHILDREN

Adding a Child.pdf

Final Adoption Decree or documentation from authorized placement agency under the Department of Human Services, birth certificate, and social security card.

22. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, WARD

Adding a Child.pdf

Court order granting custody to the Sponsor. The court order must stipulate that the child will be in the care and custody of the Sponsor for no less than twelve (12) consecutive months. Birth certificate and SS card.

23. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, ILLEGITIMATE CHILD

Adding a Child.pdf

Birth certificate, social security card, and one of the following: Dependency Determination from DFAS, voluntary

acknowledgment of paternity from the State in which the child was born or court order establishing paternity.

24. ADDING FAMILY MEMBERS, CHILD BORN OVERSEAS

Adding a Child.pdf

FS 240 (Consular Report of Birth Abroad) or DS Form 1350 (Certification of Report of Birth) and social security card.

25. DFAS PACKETS, INCAPACITATED CHILD

Adding a Child.pdf

DFAS approval (DD 1172 and DD 27-88), photo ID, SS card and medical sufficiency statement (memorandum from a doctor).

26. DFAS PACKETS, PARENT/PARENT IN LAW

DFAS approval (DD 1172 and DD 27-88), photo ID, SS card, birth certificate and birth certificate of the sponsor. Parent-in-law: in addition to above documentation, please include birth certificate and marriage certificate of sponsor and spouse.

27. DFAS PACKETS, WARD

Adding a Child.pdf

DFAS approval (DD 1172 and DD 27-88), birth certificate, SS card and photo ID if over 18 yrs of age.

28. DFAS DEPENDENCY APPROVAL

The ID Card Facility does not handle the approval for these packets. Contact DFAS to get your packets. Once completed you must mail or fax to DFAS. All packets need to be re-certified every 4 years.

29. ADDING FAMILY MEMBER, NOTES

Only newborns and foreign nationals can be enrolled without an SS Card. The SS Card must be provided once received to continue receiving medical benefits.

30. FORMER REMARRIED SPOUSES

a. Letter from Department of Veteran Affairs showing re-established relationship.

b. Divorce Decree

Access to Base

Entry into the base will require you to present your appointment confirmation form to the front gate.

Mission

​The mission of the Department of Information Management is to support the automation, telecommunications and the spectrum needs of Camp Roberts and customer units.

Points of Contact

​DOIM OIC:
(805) 238-8453

Telecom:
(805) 238-8390

Distance Learning Center:

Please call in advance to reserve a classroom!
805-594-6637

DSN 630.6637

Camp Roberts Help Desk
(805) 238-8777

External Links

Mission

​Manages the installation accounting programs; provides management analysis and improvement programs; statistical reporting; manpower management; program review and analysis; budgeting and programming analysis; finance, accounting, and disbursement support; training site agreements and utilization fees.

Points of Contact:

Director of Personnel and Community Activities:
Agreements, MWR, ID cards, troop services, SRP operations, PAO, personnel and resource management.
(805) 238-8404

Public Affairs Officer:
News releases, VIP representative, news articles, installation economic analyst, historian.
(805) 238-8308

State Personnel Services:
State civil service & SAD personnel management, training officer for all status employees.
(805) 238-8208

Human Resource Specialist:
Federal personnel management and copier services.
(805) 238-8058

Troop Service Support:
Gym, Phoenix Recreation Center, MWR BBQ trailers, RV storage, troop service support, medical waste management, med aid station, ATM machine, Internet Cafe, Record Keeping and Web Portal Management

(805) 238-8397

Accounting Officer:
Budget, accounting and unit MWR funds.
(805) 238-8245

Business Services Specialist:
Purchasing, licensing and contracting.
(805) 238-8216

Welcome Center (Family Assistance Specialist):
(805) 238-8310

ID Card Center:
CAC ID card and dependent ID card operations.
(805) 238-8574

Mission

​The mission at Camp Roberts is to facilitate the training, mobilization and security of the National Guard, Army Reserve and Active Component units in support of Federal, State and community missions.​

Photo of Billeting Office at Camp Roberts CA

Camp Roberts offers both billets, which range from small houses to single unaccompanied personnel BOQ and BEQ, to an RV park for those wishing to stay in their Motor Homes.

The Camp Roberts Billeting Office is located in Building 6037, across from the athletic field.

Billeting office hours are 0800-1630. We close from 1200 – 1300 for lunch break. Please call for current rates. Check out time is 1100 each day. Check-in time is 1400

The rate for the RV Park is $10.00 per night. All sites have full hook ups.

Reservations* can be made by calling (805) 238-8312, or DSN 949-8312. The fax number is (805) 238-8384.

*Note: Reservations will be secured with a credit card number. VISA, Master Card, Discover, and American Express are accepted. No-shows will be assessed as a one night stay. No charges will be applied if cancellations are received prior to 1200 hours on the day of arrival.

 

his is one of our newly remodeled rooms in building 6013.

These are a few of the remodeled rooms in building 6003.

Points of Contact

​Reservations can be made by calling

(805) 238-8312
DSN 949-8312.

The fax number is
(805) 238-8384.

Mission

To provide and facilitate training, mobilization, safety and security for the National Guard, Army Reserve, and Active Component units in support of State, Federal and Community Missions.

Operations Officer:
(805)238-8647

Operations NCO (Scheduling and Coordination):
(805)238-8206

Range Control Operations Manager:
(805)238-8205

Range Control NCOIC:
(805)238-8503

Range Firing Desk Operator:
(805)238-8269

Mobilization Planning:
(805)238-8447

Mission

To provide logistical support in all classes of supply to units in training and during Mobilization.

Logistics Officer:
(805) 238-8430

Housing and Services:
(805) 238-8313

Fuel Branch (POL):
(805) 238-8314

Maintenance Division:
(805) 238-8184

Property Book:
(805) 238-8492

Transportation Branch:
(805) 238-8494

Central Issue Facility (CIF):
ng.ca.caarng.list.cif@mail.mil

Shipping and Recieving:
(805) 238-8033

Mission:

Provide installation facilities and infrastructure engineering, master planning, and support functions in order to enhance the readiness and quality of life of the service members and their families living and working at Camp Roberts, while defining a strategy to meet future requirements.

For Daily and Routine Maintenane, DPW Public Works and DPW Suppy and Services contacts please contact:

​Emergency Services Division
Emergency On Post Only (805) 238-8911

Bldg. 4050

Emergency from Cell
(805) 238-8911
Bldg. 4050

Fire/Security Chief
(805) 238-8406
Cell (805) 602-8877
Fax (805) 238-8079
Bldg. 4050

Emergency Services Duty Phone (805) 238-8220 Bldg. 4050