Temporary Lodging Facilities offer short-term housing accommodations for military members, their families, and guests. The mission of the Temporary Lodging Facility is to provide quality accommodations at a reasonable price. This program operates with centralized policy development and guidance from Headquarters. Control of everyday operational functions is decentralized and handled by each MCCS activity. Purchasing decisions are made at each command, with few items centrally procured.
Recreational Lodging is available at several Marine Corps Installations. Consisting of cabins, chalets, trailers, cabanas, beach houses and cottages, the recreational lodging program offers Marines and other authorized patrons the opportunity to relax and enjoy their vacation at a premier location, while enjoying significant savings. Lounging on the beaches of Hawaii, skiing through fresh powder at Big Bear Resort in California or watching the sun set over the Pacific Ocean from the porch of a storybook cottage are all possible for Marines and their families. Fishing for a trophy lunker, or biking through mountainous terrain are only two of the ways that a well deserved period of rest and relaxation can be enjoyed while taking advantage of the MCCS Recreational Lodging Program.