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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.



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.



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.

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About Creek and Timber legacy

Letter From Our Founder!

Creek and Timber Legacy began a journey in 2019 to help veterans, first responders and children with serious illness to enrich their lives through outdoor experiences. We have partnered with numerous organizations and individuals to further our mission to provide outdoor learning, hunting and firearm therapy.

At Creek and Timber Legacy we want to give back through our passion for the great outdoors. We provide an area of solitude for individuals through outdoor experiences. Studies have shown that being in the outdoors brings a renewed sense of energy and emotional well-being.

Solidly grounded in our faith-based mission we plan and collaborate in meaningful efforts to enhance the quality of life for our participants. Our goal is to obtain several thousand acres of land in multiple locations with accessible lodges, hunting blinds and transportation to accommodate persons with special needs.


With multiple properties we will be able to accommodate hunting, fishing and outdoor experiences 365 days a year.

How do we fuel our journey? We create partnerships with individuals and organizations who share our mission, passion and determination to make meaningful contributions to improve lives. As our journey continues we know it will constantly evolve but we stay committed to providing unrivaled outdoor experiences. We believe this work brings hope and promise to those who have served and protected us.

Shannon Cagle