We made 2 visits to Roseland this summer, and both were memorable and fun.
I found the staff to be mostly very friendly. The food was good, the scenery spectacular, the new pool complex is well done. We enjoyed viewing the sky and stars at the observatory.
First time, we brought our dogs and stayed in a cabin. It was nice for a cabin, with a big covered deck, refrigerator, coffee maker.
The second visit, we stayed at one of the B&B-style guest rooms. We found it comfortable and clean. We are picky about our beds, and we slept well every night.
I enjoyed being unable, for the most part, to get a signal for my cell phone. We were away from everything, and we could relax and do as we pleased: napping on the hammock, wandering naked on the paths, playing in the pool, eating family-style in the diningroom, dancing on the Cabana Deck under the stars in a toga-themed party, drag brunch also on the deck...
I love the freedom of being in an environment with only gay men - there is an openness and a light sense of fun that we don't find in daily life.
We love the place and the people. I'd love to stay longer, our stays were 3 nights and 4 nights (we added a night the second time).
I did notice the sewage smell in the main area. Other than that, no complaints!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Roseland is an all male, over 21, gay campground on 222 acres. We have Bed and Breakfast style Guestrooms, Deluxe Cabins, Junior Deluxe and Sleeper Cabins, and Tent Sites throughout. We have a Full Service Restaurant, Full Service Bar, Pizza Shop, Coffee Shop, 2 Hot Tubs, Steam Rooms, Sauna, Gym, Heated In Ground Pool, General Store, Male Pouch Men's Specialty Shop, Game Room, Massage Therapist, 11 Miles of Hiking Trails, and the Best Mountain Views. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Roseland Hotel Proctor