Winding throughout the property are four miles of wheelchair-accessible and walker-friendly graveled woodland trails. The serene trails are five to six feet wide.

Al Lamovec and his father, Henry Lamovec Sr, built the first 1.5 miles of road between 2003-2005, and as the camp expanded, so did the trails. With the help of volunteers and donations, the remaining 2.5 miles of trails were established, providing easy access to most of the property. An estimated 3,000 yards of gravel were used to establish and maintain the trails.

There are nine 8×8 wheelchair-accessible hunting blinds, ten ladder stands, and various food plots that bring in the deer and turkey along the trails. Lastly, there are six rest stops with benches to allow counselors to stop and rest with the veterans to talk with them about their PTSD concerns.