There is so much to do at Camp Victory!
Enjoy the Outdoors
You can discover all that nature has to offer by exploring our 295 acres of woodlands and fields. Take a hike. Grab your binoculars and watch the birds. Pack a lunch, and have lunch in a field watching butterflies. When the sun goes down, catch fireflies and gaze at the stars!
Bring your bicycle. Camp Victory has four miles of six-foot-wide crushed gravel roads to enjoy on a bicycle.
Group Games —Volleyball, Horseshoes, and Kickball
Camp Victory has a volleyball net, plenty of room to play kickball, and a horseshoe pit.
A one-acre fishing pond with a wheelchair dock is located along the trail, close to the lodge and camping area. The pond is stocked with bluegill for our guests to catch and release using barbless hooks.
Mead Lake Public Beach is located two miles from Camp Victory. Load up the family and enjoy an afternoon swimming!
Spend time around the fire pit eating smores, roasting wieners, and enjoy the company of other veterans and their families.
Public ATV trails are located directly outside Camp Victory. However, ATVs are not permitted at the campground unless they are medically necessary.
During the Winter
Enjoy the beauty of winter snowshoeing or cross country skiing on our 4 miles of trails.
There is so much to do at Camp Victory! However, you can also kick back, enjoy the solitude of the great outdoors and savor the safe companionship of old and new friends.