Camp Horizon in Field will get $97,500 from FedNor to help modernize its operations and become more environmentally sustainable.
Provided through the Government of Canada’s Tourism Relief Fund (TRF), this grant helped Camp Horizon install a septic system.
This project is supporting the long-term success of the business by ensuring its operations meet health and safety requirements while improving the overall guest experience. Upgrading onsite infrastructure has allowed Camp Horizon to connect cottages and trailers to the new septic system, which has helped reduce its environmental footprint and paved the way for future growth opportunities says a government news release.
"This investment in Camp Horizon will help protect the environment and support the long-term success of this wonderful vacation destination," said MP Marc G. Serré.:
“This was a critical upgrade that we needed to complete and we are so pleased that the Government of Canada helped make it happen!” added Tara Hest, owner, Camp Horizon
Camp Horizon is a year-round vacationland that offers excellent fishing, cottage and cabin rentals, campsite rentals, boat rentals, hunting packages, snowmobiling and so much more! Located in Field, Camp Horizon is situated on Lake Muskosung.
Launched in July 2021, the Tourism Relief Fund was created to help organizations and businesses in the tourism sector adapt their operations to meet public health requirements, offer innovative products and services to visitors and prepare to welcome back travellers.