Camp Horizon is getting nearly $100,000 from the feds to modernize its operations.
Marc G. Serré, Nickel Belt MP, announced today that FedNor is investing $97,500 to upgrade infrastructure and help the business become more environmentally sustainable.
Provided through the Tourism Relief Fund, the non-repayable investment helped install a septic system.
“This project is supporting the long-term success of the business by ensuring its operations meet health and safety requirementss while improving the overall guest experience,” reads a release. “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.”
“We are thrilled that FedNor stepped in to help us install a new septic system so we can grow our business, reduce our environmental footprint and create a better guest experience,” shared Tara Hest, owner. “This was a critical upgrade that we needed to complete and we are so pleased that the Government of Canada helped make it happen.”
“Tourism is a big economic driver in Nickel Belt – Greater Sudbury, and this investment in Camp Horizon will help protect the environment and support the long-term success of this wonderful vacation destination. If you are looking for an unforgettable experience for the whole family, it’s a great time to visit Camp Horizon or any one of Northern Ontario’s tourism gems,” said Serré.