A SANCTUARY IN THE TREES
If you’ve ever dreamed of living on the forest’s edge.

A SANCTUARY IN THE TREES
If you’ve ever dreamed of living on the forest’s edge.

The sweet scent of the forest floor after a rainfall. The sound of a breeze combing through the treetops. The forest canopy so close to home it feels like you could touch it. The unique chance to live beside a preserved natural forest.
This is Natura.

Horn Creek Park, a forest within a residential neighbourhood, is a hidden green space that connects with Abbotsford’s 28-kilometre Discovery Trail. Here the bubbling creek winds past a bridge and trails, ancient moss-covered trees tower above, and ducks swim gracefully in the calm pond. Spending time in the quiet embrace of nature positively influences your wellbeing as forest-side living has been proven to have a beneficial impact on your physical and mental health.

The sweet scent of the forest floor after a rainfall. The sound of a breeze combing through the treetops. The forest canopy so close to home it feels like you could touch it. The unique chance to live beside a preserved natural forest. This is Natura.

Horn Creek Park, a forest within a residential neighbourhood, is a hidden green space that connects with Abbotsford’s 28-kilometre Discovery Trail. Here the bubbling creek winds past a bridge and trails, ancient moss-covered trees tower above, and ducks swim gracefully in the calm pond. Spending time in the quiet embrace of nature positively influences your wellbeing as forest-side living has been proven to have a beneficial impact on your physical and mental health.

Cultivating nature
for the future

To enrich the forest experience, the development of Natura will include improvements to the park and its natural ecosystem. Expect trail network enhancements, safety lighting, fencing, signage, a re-developed dog park, benches, and the addition of hundreds of native species of shrubs, plants and trees.

Cultivating nature
for the future

To enrich the forest experience, the development of Natura will include improvements to the park and its natural ecosystem. Expect trail network enhancements, safety lighting, fencing, signage, a re-developed dog park, benches, and the addition of hundreds of native species of shrubs, plants and trees.