Naval Academy Club Information

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Where to Go

The Naval Academy Club at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The Naval Academy Club is located at 2 Truxtun Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21402. Personal cars are not permitted on Academy grounds. Enter the United States Naval Academy on foot at the Pedestrian Gate #3 located at the corner of Maryland Avenue and Hanover Street.

See google map here

When to Arrive

Registration and continental breakfast are from 8:45-9:15 AM on Sunday, October 8.

What to Bring

PHOTO ID. THIS IS REQUIRED to enter United States Naval Academy.

Bring two pieces of identification, if from a noncompliant state. Check this link to determine: https://www.dhs.gov/current-status-states-territories

International citizens must bring a passport.

Parking

Where to Park
Daily parking is available at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for $10.Directions to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Take Route 50 to Annapolis/Rowe Blvd (exit 24). Follow signs along Rowe Blvd. to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Gate 5.The stadium’s GPS Address is 550 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401.

Where to park in downtown Annapolis:
http://www.downtownannapolis.org/_pages/transport/tr_parking.htm

July 2017

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