CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea —The U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation offers two recreation centers to enhance the quality of life for the Humphreys community.The Downtown Recreation Center (DRC) and the Community Activity Center (CAC) are open to all active duty service members and their families; retirees; Department of Defense, Nonappropriated Fund, and General Service employees; the Korean Augmentation To the United States Army; Korean nationals; and all contractors that work on Camp Humphreys.All children are welcome to use the facilities. However, there are age restrictions: children 15 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult; those 10 years and older must present a dependent ID card; and those 16 years and older can use the facilities unaccompanied.Other patrons must have a garrison or U.S. government issued ID card to check out or rent equipment in the facilities.Not only do these centers offer multiple services to stay active and socialize, they also ensure that all visitors can enjoy a safe and clean environment. A team of dedicated staff practices enhanced sterilization procedures, sanitizing all equipment three times a day and between each individual use. They also provide liquid hand sanitizers and sterilizing wipes at all stations for individuals to use at their own discretion.“We have prioritized a proactive approach to keep these services available,” said Marcus Washington, Humphreys Recreation Branch chief. “It is important to us to remain open and provide a safe place for our community.”With these heightened hygiene measures in place, visitors can enjoy regularly scheduled programming, which includes a wide array of board, card, and role playing games. For the more digitally inclined, there are recurring video game tournaments at the main DRC video game station.The DRC also offers small group activities, including a pool table, table tennis, foosball, and various board games, such as an extra-large game of checkers or chess. Further, it has a collection of music rooms, which contain pianos, percussion sets, guitars, and karaoke equipment.“At the Downtown Recreation Center, our objective is to lack nothing in our programming,” said Washington. “Our goal is to turn this facility into the model recreation center for everyone in the U.S. Army to emulate.”Washington also explained his vision for expansion, which includes a recording studio in the music hall and a large kitchen for cooking classes and competitions.The DRC is located behind the commissary, and it is open daily from 11 a.m. — 8 p.m.Another opportunity to engage in physical activities is the Community Activity Center, located in Bldg. S-110, a short walk from the Humphreys Army Lodging.  It is a smaller center, but the location is ideal for in- and out- processing service members and families. To relieve stress, visitors can rent a bike to ride around the post perimeter or play video games at one of the provided stations. Pending repairs, they can also take advantage of the six-lane lap pool.The CAC is closed on Wednesday. It is open from 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. on weekdays and from 10 a.m. — 7 p.m. on weekends.