Camp Golf

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Camp Golf
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Map MarkerCamp Golf
BuildingsHouse Resort
Camp Golf command center
Camp Golf infirmary
Camp Golf mess tent
Camp Golf tent
Misfits' tent
FactionsNew California Republic
New California Republic Army
New California Republic Rangers
LeadersChief Hanlon (NCR Rangers)
Sgt. McCredie (NCR Army)
QuestsFlags of Our Foul-Ups
Return to Sender
No, Not Much
Cell NameCampGolf
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TerminalsCamp Golf terminals

It was on the front line for a while. Only resort in New Vegas no one wanted to get sent to. Doesn't have that kind of importance anymore, though. They pulled most of the troops out of there after we took the Hoover Dam.

Craig Boone

Camp Golf, formerly a golf course and resort, is an NCR military base, located on the north shore of Lake Las Vegas and east of Grub n' Gulp Rest Stop.

Background[edit | edit source]

Before the war, the area around the House Resort was a luxurious country club owned by Robert House. Abandoned in the wake of the Great War, the resort stood empty for nearly two centuries before it was claimed by the New California Republic Army as its frontline base. In 2277, it was one of the main battlegrounds with the Caesar's Legion during the First Battle of Hoover Dam.[1]

Following the New California Republic's victory at the Dam, Camp Golf found itself deeper in NCR territory. No longer on the frontlines, the camp lost much of its importance and the Republic pulled most of its troops to other postings.[1] Camp Golf became a posting for under-performing soldiers, where their NCOs try to put them into shape. The most infamous is the Misfits platoon, giving Sgt. McCredie a near-perpetual headache. It doesn't help that the soldiers usually end up emptying bottles of alcohol into their bellies, rather than magazines of bullets at training targets.[2]

However, the base has another facet. The former House Resort building was claimed by the NCR Rangers as the central hub of their deployment in the Mojave. All Ranger stations are coordinated by Chief Hanlon from the terrace overlooking Lake Las Vegas, with the luxurious interior providing Rangers with a place to rest, recoup, and rearm between deployments. The troopers, assigned to cramped canvas tents on old golf fields outside, dislike this kind of stratification.

Layout[edit | edit source]

The camp consists of a tents on the golf course west of the resort building, near which the command tent, infirmary, mess hall and shooting range are located. The perimeter is secured by several watchtowers manned by sentries at all times.

South of the resort the main pipeline providing water to New Vegas exits into Lake Mead.

Inhabitants[edit | edit source]

Notable loot[edit | edit source]

House Resort
Misfits' tent
  • Lad's Life: inside a small trailer to the southeast along the lake shore in a picnic area.
Command tent
  • Power fist: in the footlockers and duffel bags.
  • Plenty of different ammunition types.

Related quests[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • NCR Veteran rangers spawn at Camp Golf once player returns from the Fort.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Camp Golf appears in Fallout: New Vegas.

Bugs[edit | edit source]

  • Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png Legionaries or Great Khans may spawn randomly in Camp Golf and attack the inhabitants, including Chief Hanlon or Sgt. McCredie.
  • Xbox 360Icon xbox360.png PlayStation 3Icon ps3.png NCR troopers use the standard typing animation inside the mess-hall tent.


  1. 1.0 1.1 The Courier: "What was Camp Golf like?"
    Craig Boone: "It was on the front line for a while. Only resort in New Vegas no one wanted to get sent to. Doesn't have that kind of importance anymore, though. They pulled most of the troops out of there after we took the Hoover Dam."
    (Craig Boone's dialogue)
  2. Rose of Sharon Cassidy: "Not much reason to ship water here, but liquor... hard to meet demand."
    "Used to ship a lot of liquor here, soldiers here have too much free time."
    (Rose of Sharon Cassidy's dialogue)