The Warrior House sits on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and is used by Hope For The Warriors® for workshops, training clinics, outdoor adventures, retreats for wounded service members and their families, and an educational space for Hope For The Warriors staff development.  The property is owned by St. Michaels entrepreneur, politician and philanthropist Robert A. “Bob” Pascal, who generously donates the use of the space to Hope For The Warriors. The 950 acres was placed in a conservation easement in 2011.

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Hope For The Warriors has hosted many wounded service members and their families on the property since 2015. Most recently, we hosted a triathlon training clinic, where service members from the Warrior Transition Unit at Fort Bragg learned best practices and tips for completing a triathlon. The Warrior House serves as a great retreat that inspires healing and camaraderie for service members, allowing them to connect in the outdoors.