Located in the western part of Hopeville, the missile base was separated from the highway and the town by a combination of chain link fences and fortified walls. The entrance built into the western cliffs led to the Hopeville missile silo - one of several ringing the base - while the base grounds proper stretch between the fences and walls to the east. The road bisects the base into two halves, with the northern section housing the command center and one half of the barracks, while the southern one housed the loading station and armory, together with auxiliary buildings.
The missile base is sandwiched between the walls separating the civilian part of Hopeville from the military and the chain link fence that marks the boundary of the public road to the southwest. On the elevated terrace to the north sits the ruined headquarters, with marked men holding positions on the roof and pillars around it. The women's barracks sits near the western entrance, opposite the Solitare gas station, while the analogous men's barracks is near the eastern entrance. The metal Quonset huts scattered in the middle of the base contain the stores, but only the armory remains accessible. Outside the missile base is the Hopeville missile silo, in the cliffs at the western edge of the base, and the loading station, just by the collapsed pass leading west.
The grounds are frequented by marked men of all stripes, who congregate particularly around areas of tactical value, like the headquarters or the loading station.