With the weather starting to warm up, spokesperson Shawn Rutledge said right about now is typically when their busy season would kick off. That means there are some people staying at the resort now, but its community centre, pools and saunas are closed in compliance with government directives to stop the spread of the virus. The residents are a tight-knit community that's banding together to get through the virus, he added. Snowbirds coming home from warmer climates were able to isolate for the mandatory 14 days because their neighbours were willing to pick up groceries and other necessities for them.
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PONDEROSA NATURE RESORT - Specialty Resort Reviews (Hamilton, Ontario) - Tripadvisor
We have been members of this resort for a number of years and in fact spend most of the summer months visiting the club on a daily basis. It's a great place to get an all over tan. We find the prices for food and beverages reasonably priced, the management very accommodating, and the staff personable and helpful. Had the pleasure of attending the Ponderosa's nude music festival and was thoroughly impressed with everything! The grounds were beautiful even after a week of non-stop rain GREAT music and atmosphere. Can't wait until next year's event but will be back before then to enjoy all the great facilities here.
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We booked a 13 night trip on Jamaica in may of this year and our trip was just ok; 3, I could only think to my self what was I thinking. We should have waited until the weather warmed up and booked a week at this place in June and another in July and than another week in august. With out talking on and on about how wonderful the ponderosa is, I'll just say it Just keeps getting better. This is a place that you retreat too when need a time out from life's pressures and the Caribbean is out of reach.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The Ponderosa Nature Resort for nudists and the City of Hamilton are at odds over a trailer park at the resort. They are scheduled to appear before an Ontario Municipal Board hearing in Bill Horrill, representing homeowners in a community next door to Ponderosa on Concession 8 West, will also be at the hearing to voice the concerns of residents at the Antrim Glen retirement community of single detached homes. The OMB hearing is to decide on the Ponderosa's application asking the city to amend the city official plan and its zoning bylaw to permit the existing mobile homes.