Visitors who qualify for vehicular access
The USNA offers a limited number of Yard access passes for club practices and events throughout the year for the use of NAAC parents, swimmers, water polo players, and coaches as well as visiting coaches and USA Swimming officials. All applicants MUST have a valid US driver's license that does not expire within the current swim/polo season and current vehicle registration information.
Please complete the following form to begin the access pass request process if you are a member of one of the groups mentioned above. Once this request has been processed by the NAAC staff, an application will be emailed via DocuSign with instructions for completion. Please allow up to 7 days for the application to be emailed and up to 8 weeks for Yard access to be processed.
If you currently hold valid DoD credentials, you may consider accessing the Yard in the same way you would access any other DoD installation.
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NAAC / USNA YARD ACCESS PASS REQUEST
Visitors who do not qualify for vehicular access
Visitors to the USNA who are not members of the groups mentioned above must enter the Yard through the walking Visitor Access Center at Gate 1, which is on the corner of Randall St. and Prince George St.
All visitors 18+ years old must present a valid US government-issued photo ID. Photocopies of IDs (passports, ID cards, etc.) will not be accepted. If you are not a US citizen, please bring your passport.
Children under 18 cannot pass through security without adult accompaniment. There is temporary parking at Gate 1, so if you plan to escort your child inside and then park, please plan to have another adult supervise your child until you return. The USNA does not allow unattended children anywhere on the Yard at any time. More information about parking in Annapolis is available online.
All visitors and/or event participants must be dry and fully clothed before exiting the pool deck.
As a guest of the USNA, you agree to observe all posted government regulations and behave with respect on the Yard, access to which is a privilege that can be revoked at any time by the USNA or NAAC.