Beginning in early 2019, Great Canadian Camouflage began to refine a state-of-the-art camouflage process which had never been done before. After a couple of months practicing on newly-developed software technology, we announced a new series of camouflage in mid June of 2019.
Originally called the Zero series, it wasn't just a camo pattern; it was a bunch of them.  As the technology progressed, new elements could be added and/or replaced onto a specially-crafted 'skeleton' in each pattern. To put it in other words, it was a new formula for making camouflage, and these patterns are different variations on that same proven recipe. The Aspen Grove process allows us to achieve mind-blowing photo-realism like no other camouflage has achieved. God had truly created a wondrous thing when He created the forest. We will never be able to fully emulate it, but with this series we strive to imitate His creation as closely as we can, because as the old fellow says, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...
Now, check out the Aspen Grove Series . . .

​Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: The Aspen Grove, a significant tract of land east of Bancroft Ontario which was destroyed by a storm in 2009.
Release date: September 18th, 2020
Seasonal range: April-September
Elements: Red Spruce, Red Pine, Hard Maple
First worn: Northern Ontario
Availability: Rare

 

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 ASPEN GROVE

​Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: Barron Canyon - an enormous river gauntlet in the east side of Algonquin Park.
Release date: June 10th, 2019
Seasonal range: April-September
Elements: White Pine; Red Pine; Rowan; White Birch
First worn: Oak Ridges Morraine, Ontario
Availability: Very rare

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BARRON CANYON

Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: The Black Mountains, a leg of the Opeongo Range which stretches from east of Boulter, Ontario, to the Madawaska River basin (near Combermere, Ontario)
Release date: June 30th, 2019
Seasonal range: October - November
Elements: Red Pine; White Pine; Red Oak;
First worn: Bancroft, Ontario
Availability: Very rare

BLACK MOUNTAIN

​Type: Photo-realistic wetland
Namesake: Conroy's Marsh, an important conservation reserve in central Ontario
Release date: October 17th, 2018; Remastered October 10th 2020
Seasonal range: Late September - Snowfall; April
Elements: Cattail; Marsh Sedge; Boneset;
First worn: Bancroft, Ontario
Availability: Common

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CONROY'S MARSH

​Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: Killaloe, Hagarty & Richards Township, Renfrew County
Release date: November 8th, 2019
Seasonal range: October - November
Elements: Bur Oak, Ironwood, Black Walnut, Jack Pine, White Spruce, Hard Maple, Peach Willow, and Hemlock
First worn: Deacon, Ontario
Availability: Common

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K.H.R.

Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: The land to the north of the Aspen Grove, referred to as the 'Olde Mammoth Farm'. 
Release date: March 1, 2020
Seasonal range: August - November
Elements: Red Oak; Ironwood; Beech; Yellow Birch; Apple; Blackberry; White Spruce; Black Cherry; Trembling Aspen; Largetooth Aspen
First worn: Pembroke, Ontario
Availability: Common

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MAMMOTH  FARM

Voted Canada's Favourite Camouflage pattern in 2020!

​Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: Mazinaw-Lanark Forest, a large regionally-managed crown forest in Lanark county
Release date: August 11th, 2019
Seasonal range: August - November
Elements: Hard Maple; Balsam Fir; Red Pine; Largetooth Aspen;  Red Oak; White Ash;
First worn: Pembroke, Ontario
Availability: Rare

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MAZINAW

Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: The Opeongo River
Release date: November 9th, 2019
Seasonal range: December-March
Elements: Red Pine; Cross Pine; Bur Oak; American Elm; Basswood; Snow
First worn: Western Ontario
Availability: Rare

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OPEONGO

Type: Photo-realistic woodland
Namesake: North Algona-Wilberforce Township, a township in Renfrew County
Release date: July 19th, 2019
Seasonal range: May - November
Elements: Littleleaf Linden; Jack Pine; Largetooth Aspen; Bur Oak; Red Oak;
First worn: Bancroft, Ont
Availability: Rare

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WILBERFORCE


The Great Canadian Camouflage Co. (formerly Aspen Grove Outdoors) is grateful to be trusted by leading outdoors brands across Canada as the #1 source for camouflage patterns.
We want to do our best to preserve our outdoor heritage and as such we are eager supporters of the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights and their fight to protect Canadian property rights. 
All camouflage patterns on this website, including Aspen Grove brand, True North brand, and unbranded patterns, are the intellectual property of J.R. Lucas and may not be used or copied without express written permission from him. Keep your stick on the ice!