FORT KNOX, Ky. — The 121 cemeteries at Fort Knox will again be accessible on Memorial Day, May 25 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m, to families and friends of the more than 3,500 people interred at those sites.Most of the cemeteries are tied to former family properties, rural churches and such towns as Stithton, Grahamton and Pitts Point.Officials say visitors must wear a cloth face covering when inside on-post public facilities, to include the Fort Knox Visitor Center. They must also maintain a minimum of 6 feet of social distance from others when in and around the cemeteries.Fort Knox Range Operations staff will be posted at checkpoints located around the installation perimeter to help those seeking directions to specific gravesites.Those needing to locate checkpoints or information about a cemetery location may call the Fort Knox Cultural Resources Office at 502-624-6581 or Range Operations at 502-624-2125.Visitors going to cemeteries in the cantonment, or city area, will need a visitor pass. Those who don't already have a pass must go to the Visitor Center. It is recommended that individuals obtain a pass before May 25 to reduce the possibility of longer-than-normal wait times at the Visitor Center.For the cemeteries located well outside of the cantonment area and that can only be accessed from checkpoints along the post’s boundary, there will not be a requirement for visitors to obtain a pass. However, the checkpoints will be manned by Directorate of Emergency Services personnel.For more information on installation entry requirements, visit the Physical Security Emergency Services website here.