Outpost may refer to:


  • Outpost (military)
  • Outpost (civilian)
  • Outpost (Border)
  • Outpost (human)
  • Outpost Estates, Los Angeles, California, a canyon neighborhood
  • Outpost Islands, Nunavut, Canada
  • Israeli outpost

In entertainment:

  • Outpost (1981 computer game), an arcade game
  • Outpost (The Samples album), a 1996 album by The Samples
  • Outpost (Robert Rich and Ian Boddy album), a 2002 album by Robert Rich and Ian Boddy
  • Outpost (Freddie Hubbard album)
  • Outpost (board game), from TimJim games
  • Outpost (chess), a position in the game chess
  • Outpost (film), a 2008 horror film directed by Steve Barker
  • The Outpost (opera), a short opera by Hamilton Clarke, played as a companion piece for The Pirates of Penzance
  • Outpost (video game), a Sierra On-Line video game
  • Outpost 2, a 1997 computer game by Dynamix
  • Outpost Gallifrey, a Doctor Who fan website
  • Outpost Kaloki X, a city-building video game for the Xbox 360
  • Southern Outpost (record label), in San Francisco, California
  • The Outpost (Mike Resnick novel), a 2001 science fiction novel
  • The Outpost (novel), by BolesÅ‚aw Prus
  • The Outpost (film), a 1995 Hungarian film
  • The Outpost, another name for the 1995 film The Hills Have Eyes III
  • The Outpost, a fictional place in the role playing game Neuroshima
  • Outpost Records, a former Geffen Records imprint

Other uses:

  • Cyberian Outpost, an online vendor of discount computerware
  • Israeli outpost, small Israeli settlements
  • Outpost Magazine, a monthly magazine published by Americans for a Safe Israel
  • Lunar outpost (NASA), a planned, Moon-based inhabited facility
  • Outpost Firewall Pro, a software package
  • Outpost For Hope, a missing persons website
  • Outpost Harry, a remote Korean War military base
  • Outpost Island Mine, a gold mine in Canada
  • Outpost Snipe, a remote World War II military located Egypt
  • Outpost Societies, secret, early 20th century Istanbul societal organizations
  • Outposts of tyranny, a term used in 2005 to characterize some governments
  • Outpost.com, a name formerly used by Fry's Electronics