Several outings a year are held at Camp Elk Tannery. A typical weekend outing would begin with fellowship on Friday evening with everyone introducing themselves, and sharing their experiences. The evening is often capped off with a card game and further conversation.
Saturday morning begins with more fellowship over breakfast, followed by the most popular event at the camp - archery.
The vets enjoy other outings, including hiking in the area.
The capstone event is the crab feast at the local VFW Post.
Monte Kapec, an Army veteran and retired Army officer who has served in Army medicine for over 28 years and currently serves as a Department of Army civilian at the Office of the Army Surgeon General in Falls Church, VA, owns the camp property.
At the end of every outing, Monte gives a conservation talk, and discusses the improvements that he is making at Camp Elk Tannery to enhance the long-term sustainability of his property.