Spruce Hollow Campground


Spruce Hollow Campground Guidelines
These guidelines are for your safety
and to assure your stay is an enjoyable one.
  • Upon arrival in our parking lot, park your vehicle and proceed to the round office building to register and pay the appropriate fees. If no one is in the office, follow the instructions on the desk. Parking is in the designated lot only: after you unload and set up your campsite, please move your vehicle back to the parking lot.

  • Pack less! A light travel bag containing two towels per person (polite nudist etiquette means that you always carry your own towel to sit or lounge on and a second one for the pool), sun block, toiletries, and a cover-up for chilly days/nights or when you have had too much sun. “Clothed when practical, nude when appropriate.”

  • Leave your camera at home: cameras are not allowed on the grounds. Camera phones are allowed, but not for picture taking. You will be asked to leave if you do not follow this restriction.

  • The benefits of nude recreation are based on acceptance of self and respecting the individuality and freedom of others. Experience life clothes-free and you liberate your mind and body. You rediscover the joy you knew as a child…the spirit deep inside you.

  • People who enjoy nude recreation distinguish between nudity and sex and keep the two in their proper perspective. We are careful about who enters our grounds and if anyone seems to be there for the wrong reason, you will be asked to leave.

  • Club activities include swimming, walking, volleyball, bocce ball, beanbag games, reading, special meal events, movies under the stars and the opportunity to meet a wide variety of people, diverse in age, from all occupations.

  • Most first-timers adjust to social nudity in a matter of minutes and discover it is not nearly as big a deal, as they thought it would be. Some feel self-conscious before they undress since they are likely to be the only ones not nude.

  • If you ever have any unwelcome advances or concerns, simply report it to management and steps will be taken to ensure that it does not happen again. Everyone should feel comfortable. Behavior requiring an apology is not tolerated.

  • Showers are mandatory before entering the pool and again after applying suntan oils, to keep the pool water clean.

  • Coolers with food and beverages are allowed but no glass is allowed in the pool area.

  • Pets on lease are allowed in all areas of the campground except the fenced pool area.

  • Campfires are allowed only at the gazebo in the firepit, due to fire danger throughout the campground.
There is much beauty at Spruce Hollow.
During your visit, you may see butterflies, songbirds, morning doves, owls, fox, whitetail deer and wild turkeys.
Enjoy and help us maintain our grounds and woods
in their natural pristine condition.

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