I am a single male with an artificial leg. I went there one time last year. I was invited to go to the Meet and Greet on Saturday afternoon. It was a great experience. I lady showed me around in the house on the hill. I would love to go visit there again, but I don't really want to go by myself. Because of Covid, is the Grove open at this time and do they still have the Meet and Greet. I hope so.
A nudist and lifestyle friendly resort. This is our 5th year of going here and love it! Every year more improvements are being made and it gets better and better because the awesome managers and helpful members. It is a camping resort but it’s the best kind of “glamping” lol. We’ve made the best of friends and always have a blast every time we are there.
We have stayed here multiple times, both in cabins and in our RV. Very friendly and laid back people who are just enjoying life like we are and savoring each moment and memory! Our most fond memory... After a VERY fun Friday night, we went to our cabin for the night. Saturday morning Lena and I were enjoying coffee, naked, on the porch of our cabin. She went inside to refill her cup and when she opened the door, I was on my knee in front of the door! Worried, she asked if I had fallen. I replied. "Yes, Fell in love with you, produced a ring and asked if she would marry me". She said yes!! We have been married a few years now and are planning our next trip to the Grove this spring/summer!
My wife and I spent an afternoon here by the pool, We went midweek so it was pretty quite, only 2 or 3 other couples there that all seemed to be residents. The temps on the pool and jacuzzi were good. There is a shaded bar area and seating area on one side and a fully enclosed building on another. The restrooms were clean, and there is an outdoor shower near the pool. There was a mirrored wall, dance floor and some dancing poles in the building and 2 rooms upstairs with beds for playtime. Very relaxed atmosphere and no pressure from anyone else, so we had a good time. Would definitely visit again if we're in the area.
First and foremost, the crowd is very nice and friendly. Many go out of their way to make you feel welcome. You will meet good, genuine folks here. Unfortunately, the "RV" campsites lack basic amenities found at most other campgrounds. Sites lacked running water, electricity jacks (they used a long drop cord), parking spaces, and picnic tables. The sites were very narrow strips of ground, nothing more. I wasn't expecting a KOA experience but was hoping for at least what's found at a remote state or forest service park. We felt like being in a tiny back yard. The clubhouse was also overdue for major renovations. The owners need to invest a little in their property considering the amount they collect in fees. Other private campgrounds provide much more for less money. …