We present the visual orbit of the double-lined eclipsing binary, HD 185912, from long baseline interferometry with the CHARA Array. We also obtain echelle spectra from the Apache Point observatory to update the spectroscopic orbital solution and analyze new photometry from Burggraaff et al. to model the eclipses. By combining the spectroscopic and visual orbital solutions, we find component masses of M 1 = 1.361 ± 0.004 M ☉ and M 2 = 1.331 ± 0.004 M ☉, and a distance of d = 40.75 ± 0.30 pc from orbital parallax. From the light-curve solution, we find component radii of R 1 = 1.348 ± 0.016 R ☉ and R 2 = 1.322 ± 0.016 R ☉. By comparing these observed parameters to stellar evolution models, we find that HD 185912 is a young system near the zero age main sequence with an estimated age of 500 Myr.