Liberty Outpost: warm, inviting, peaceful lying on 27 acres overlooking Morgan Valley in Utah.  With room for a large family, a beautiful patio with open fire pit, and miles of amazing views, it is a refuge for America’s warriors, past and present.  What is the history behind the Outpost?

When Zach Nold, son of Roger and Joan Nold, joined the Army Reserves Psychological Operations, Joan began studying recent accounts of the US military and their efforts in recent wars.  While recognizing the heroic efforts of our troops, she was astounded by the statistics regarding the number of troops suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and physical injuries.  Most alarming though, was learning the number of American Veterans, 22 per day, who are killing themselves.

After reading “Lone Survivor” by Marcus Luttrell, and recognizing the incredible healing powers found in the great outdoors and activities associated with being outdoors, Joan seized upon the idea of Liberty Outpost.  By remodeling a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on their property near Morgan, UT, Roger and Joan sought to provide a tranquil refuge where American warriors could escape with their family or teammates.  By providing free vacation lodging, the Nolds sought to enable our military families to find peace and relaxation in the beauty and serenity of the Wasatch Mountains.  The ultimate goal, is helping America’s warriors heal, rejuvenate, and reconnect and to do our part to impact the rate of 22 Veteran suicides per day.


  • 27 acres of property overlooking Morgan Valley

  • Large front patio with fire pit

  • 3 bedroom 2 bath

  • Minutes from East Canyon Reservoir recreational area

  • 20 minutes from Snowbasin Ski Resort

  • 45 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport