Founded in 2005, Camp Patriot is a 5-Star rated 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission to empower and thank wounded and disabled military veterans of all generations through our outdoor programs.

THE RANCH

In October of 2014, the Camp Patriot Veteran Retreat Ranch was established. Located in Northwest Montana this first-a-kind 90+ acre facility is a “living monument” to wounded and disabled veterans of all generations. The ranch allows us to offer a host of truly unique outdoor recreational therapy programs.

WE BELIEVE

  • The Right Relationships

    The right relationships in life help to restore hope and create community. To this end, Camp Patriot believes that the most critical step in empowering veterans is to first establish a trusted relationship. We offer a trusted relationship to each our veteran guests so that we may become a conduit to additional resources including; education, employment, and healthcare options.

  • Responsible Stewards

    Camp Patriot financial supports comes solely from private donors made up of individuals, families, and corporations. We are responsible stewards of your investment as up to 90% of all donations go directly into our veterans programs.

For privacy reasons YouTube needs your permission to be loaded. For more details, please see our Privacy Policy.
I Accept
For privacy reasons YouTube needs your permission to be loaded. For more details, please see our Privacy Policy.
I Accept

Testimonials

“Camp Patriot allows wounded service members to become active again, challenging themselves and accomplish tasks that they consider no longer possible. A great organization.”

Gilbert Magallanes, Army

Camp Patriot Team Member; 150th Anniversary National Pony Express Ride

“Amazing group of people.”

Lt. Jason Redman, Navy SEAL

Member of the 2010 Camp Patriot Mt. Rainier Summit Challenge Team

“One of the best experiences of my life”

Mike Day, Navy SEAL

Trip Leader; Camp Patriot Dog Sled and Snow Machine Adventure

“The centerpiece of my successful transition back home.”

Scott Smiley, Army

First blind veteran to summit Mt. Rainier

Member of the 2006 Camp Patriot Mt. Rainier Summit Challenge Team

“They were my eyes! We made a great team.”

Matthew Slaydon, USAF EOD

First totally blind hunter to successful stock and harvest a free run elk

 “Camp Patriot is a great example of how to boldly lead warriors from the front, empowering them to overcome new obstacles.”

Ed Salau, Army

Member of the 2007 Camp Patriot Mt. Rainier Summit Challenge Team