Our Team

Teams are important! Having the right Leaders in place can help a company meet the needs of the community.

Shannon Cagle


Limited and more thoughtful development....

Dustin Paine


Protecting our most valuable resource....

Justin Clark


Encouragement needs to be met locally....

Dream it.
Our long-term goals are to provide a safe and exciting outdoor experience. We help with re-integration issues, confidence building, motivation and overall happiness.

Build it.
We are in search of property with 1000 acres or more. The property will be high fenced so we can offer year round hunts to our guests. With a 9000 square foot plus lodge that is all wheelchair accessible.

Grow it.
We are looking to create several destinations for our participants throughout the United States. Please contact us with any information about locations willing to work with us to achieve our goals.

Share it.
We need all outdoors loving men and women to help us spread the word on this!


Letter From Our Founder!

Creek and Timber Legacy continues a journey we began in 2018 to strategically invest our resources to achieve specific goals. We know we are not alone on this journey. Rather, we are accompanied by countless organizations and individuals who work with us. Together, providing outdoor learning, hunting and firearm therapy for veterans, first responders and children with serious illness to enrich their lives through unrivaled outdoor experiences.

At Creek and Timber Legacy we want to give back through our passion for the Great Outdoors. This could mean anything from taking a veteran hunting or just providing an area of solitude for families that are feeling the burden of a loved one with an illness.

Endless studies have shown that being in the outdoors brings a sense of energy and emotional well-being to patients and armed with that knowledge we have built a mission to serve those that need us.

Solidly grounded in our faith-based mission and vision, we are humbled to initiate, collaborate and participate in meaningful efforts to enhance the quality of life for these individuals. We intend to bring this about by obtaining 1000 plus acres of land under high-fence and a 9000 square foot lodge that is ADA constructed, along with fully functioning blinds and transportation to accommodate the needs of those we serve. With this we will be able to accommodate hunting, fishing and outdoor experiences 365 days a year.

So, how do we fuel this journey? With patience and perseverance and through partnerships with individuals and organizations who share our mission, passion and determination to make meaningful contributions to improve their lives. As our journey continues, we know it will be constantly evolving and we are committed for the long

As always, we believe this work brings hope and promise. to those who have served and protected us.

Shannon Cagle