WWIA’s Northern Healing Center: Camp Hackett
Camp Hackett, WWIA’s Northern Healing Center, consists of 410 bountiful acres of land located in northern Wisconsin, approximately 20 miles from the town of Phillips, Wisconsin in Price County.
Camp Hackett offers all-expense-paid trophy whitetail bow hunts (Quality Deer Management [QDM] program strictly enforced), as well as guided ruffed grouse (pointing and flushing dogs provided), waterfowl, and turkey hunts. Guided Muskie, Pike, and Walleye fishing is also available. We have seen measurable success in improving the lives of combat-wounded veterans through therapeutic recreational activities at Camp Hackett.
WWIA’s Northeastern Healing Center: R Cabin Outfitters
R Cabin Outfitters is a world-class lodge located in Wytopitlock in Aroostook County in Northeastern Maine.
Home to the WWIA Guide School and numerous event opportunities, this center has everything our Heroes might need to access the healing power of the great outdoors. Veteran owned and operated, this first-rate hunting and fishing outfitter provides our Purple Heart veterans access to the breathtaking backwoods of Northern Maine. In addition to Guide School, the WWIA Filmmaking School and four unique hunting and fishing events this lodge offers annually, it also has access to some of Maine’s amazing snowmobile and ATV trails.