Our cottage at Naturist Legacy ParkWe moved our cottage and small outbuildings over from the old Crocus Grove Sun Club campground in late 2010. For the next several years our seasonal lot became "command central" for most of the construction and development at Naturist Legacy Park. It seems like there were always trailers, lawn equipment or building materials parked here and there on the site. It was all very necessary, but not always pleasant to look at. Fortunately, when my wife wasn't busy helping me (which she so often did), she managed to find time to plant lots of flowers. Keeping her flowers looking good was not an easy job because water had to be carried from the park's central pump house. In spite of this inconvenience, she did a wonderful job of bringing bright and beautiful colour to our little part of the park each season.
I was at Naturist Legacy Park just about every day during its first few seasons doing construction and development work in addition to routine operational tasks like touring prospective members, cleaning washrooms and maintaining the pool. Our little cottage served us exceedingly well during those busy and productive years. It wasn't much to look at, but we sure loved living in it.
These photographs from my personal collection were taken during our 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 seasons at the park. Click or tap to enlarge (opens in new tab / window).
This page was written by John Kundert.
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