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Camp Bullis

San Antonio, TX
Branch of Military
  • Army
  • Air Force
  • Coast Guard
  • Marine Corps
  • Space Force

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Camp Bullis is an Army training camp that is located in Bexar County, Texas, just 17 miles from San Antonio. Built in 1917, this facility is still in use today and is a part of Joint Base San Antonio. Camp Bullis was established in 1917, part of the original Leon Springs Military Reservation, to prepare soldiers for combat due to the growing threat of war in Europe, prior to WWI. During the 1920s and 1930s Camp Bullis continued as a training center, training Civilian Conservation Corps, the Reserve Officer Training Corps, and Officer Reserve Corps.


In 1946, following WWII, the Surgeon General moved to centralize the Army’s medical research and training to Fort Sam Houston, and its field-training site to Camp Bullis. Currently, Camp Bullis is used by US Army, Air Force and Marine combat units as maneuvering grounds and by various medical units stationed at Brooke Arm...view more

Camp Bullis is an Army training camp that is located in Bexar County, Texas, just 17 miles from San Antonio. Built in 1917, this facility is still in use today and is a part of Joint Base San Antonio. Camp Bullis was established in 1917, part of the original Leon Springs Military Reservation, to prepare soldiers for combat due to the growing threat of war in Europe, prior to WWI. During the 1920s and 1930s Camp Bullis continued as a training center, training Civilian Conservation Corps, the Reserve Officer Training Corps, and Officer Reserve Corps.


In 1946, following WWII, the Surgeon General moved to centralize the Army’s medical research and training to Fort Sam Houston, and its field-training site to Camp Bullis. Currently, Camp Bullis is used by US Army, Air Force and Marine combat units as maneuvering grounds and by various medical units stationed at Brooke Army Medical Center as a field training site. Summer camps for cadets from all over Texas that are enrolled in Army, Navy, and Air Force JROTC is held annually here. In addition to military training, this facility is also used by local and federal agencies including U.S. Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, the Bexar County Sheriff, and the San Antonio Police Department. Camp Bullis is also home to five endangered species, including the Golden-cheeked Warbler that require protection under the Endangered Species Act.


San Antonio has many interesting places to visit, appealing to a variety of interests age groups and activity levels. These attractions include Japanese Tea Gardens, Buckhorn Saloon, and Texas Ranger Museum, SeaQuest San Antonio, The Alamo, LEGOLand Discovery Center, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and the San Antonio River Walk, among many others.


Rated among the safest cities in the United States, San Antonio has family-friendly neighborhoods located conveniently to Camp Bullis. Those located closest to Camp Bullis are DeZayala and the IH-10 neighborhoods. Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills are also fairly close, being less than thirty minutes from Joint Base San Antonio.


If you are transferring to Camp Bullis or Joint Base San Antonio and are looking for a new home, Contact us. We have a dedicated team of realtors and loan officers ready to assist you in finding your next home.


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Camp Bullis is an Army training camp that is located in Bexar County, Texas, just 17 miles from San Antonio. Built in 1917, this facility is still in use today and is a part of Joint Base San Antonio. Camp Bullis was established in 1917, part of the original Leon Springs Military Reservation, to prepare soldiers for combat due to the growing threat of war in Europe, prior to WWI. During the 192...view more

Camp Bullis is an Army training camp that is located in Bexar County, Texas, just 17 miles from San Antonio. Built in 1917, this facility is still in use today and is a part of Joint Base San Antonio. Camp Bullis was established in 1917, part of the original Leon Springs Military Reservation, to prepare soldiers for combat due to the growing threat of war in Europe, prior to WWI. During the 1920s and 1930s Camp Bullis continued as a training center, training Civilian Conservation Corps, the Reserve Officer Training Corps, and Officer Reserve Corps.


In 1946, following WWII, the Surgeon General moved to centralize the Army’s medical research and training to Fort Sam Houston, and its field-training site to Camp Bullis. Currently, Camp Bullis is used by US Army, Air Force and Marine combat units as maneuvering grounds and by various medical units stationed at Brooke Army Medical Center as a field training site. Summer camps for cadets from all over Texas that are enrolled in Army, Navy, and Air Force JROTC is held annually here. In addition to military training, this facility is also used by local and federal agencies including U.S. Homeland Security Customs and Border Protection, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, the Bexar County Sheriff, and the San Antonio Police Department. Camp Bullis is also home to five endangered species, including the Golden-cheeked Warbler that require protection under the Endangered Species Act.


San Antonio has many interesting places to visit, appealing to a variety of interests age groups and activity levels. These attractions include Japanese Tea Gardens, Buckhorn Saloon, and Texas Ranger Museum, SeaQuest San Antonio, The Alamo, LEGOLand Discovery Center, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and the San Antonio River Walk, among many others.


Rated among the safest cities in the United States, San Antonio has family-friendly neighborhoods located conveniently to Camp Bullis. Those located closest to Camp Bullis are DeZayala and the IH-10 neighborhoods. Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills are also fairly close, being less than thirty minutes from Joint Base San Antonio.


If you are transferring to Camp Bullis or Joint Base San Antonio and are looking for a new home, Contact us. We have a dedicated team of realtors and loan officers ready to assist you in finding your next home.


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