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Our Projects

Whats happening at Real Canadian Recreation and future projects.
Trail Building

Trail Building

Our trailing building initiative is and on-going project which consists of clearing land for outdoor trails which will be used for hiking, biking, and all terrain vehicles. We have trails cleared and graveled and ready for use. Our first trail leads to a peaceful river on the property. We have plans to building a network of trails around the property. The focus is allowing veterans to get back to nature through camping, fishing, and physical activity. Our future goals will be to leverage areas of the property via our trails to host to retreats, camping and events catering to veterans. We...

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Wooden A-Frame Tents

Wooden A-Frame Tents

Our Wooden A-Frame Tents are an initiative to building a large number of wooden tents which will be places throughout the property, which can be accessed via our trail network. These plots will be peaceful and private. They will include a campfire pit on maintained sections of the property. This will allow veterans to connect with nature in a safe and private setting.

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Afghanistan War Monument

Afghanistan War Monument

Our Afghanistan War Monument is a tribute to the Forward Operating Base Masum Ghar Memorial in Afghanistan. Which was a Canadian army outpost and gateway to the Panjwa’i district of Kandahar province. At the outpost a monument was constructed by the Canadian troops to honor and respect their fallen brothers. At Real Canadian Recreation we wanted to build a space where we can provide the opportunity for veterans and families to visit and allow them to honor the fallen Canadian soldiers of the Afghanistan war. We had a mural painted which was inspired by the FOB Masum Ghar memorial site, with...

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Barn Restoration

Barn Restoration

The barn at RCR will serve as the clubhouse and focal point of the property, offering a wide variety of amenities and services to veterans, their families, community groups, and the public more broadly. The restoration on the barn will allow it to be water and air tight, and to build out the interior including re-wiring, an office with a computer, a conference room, a common room, washrooms, laundry, equipment storage and a wood working shop, complete with tools. This space will be available to veterans and their families on a regular basis or available for the public to rent. Much of the...

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The vision of Real Canadian Recreation and the plan going forward.

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