Lake Side Earth Sanctuary is intended to be a mix of private residences, small businesses, and festival grounds. Though parts of this property has often been used by the public as though it were public land, it is a privately owned property. Our intentions is to keep a level of openness to the public and welcome their continued interaction, but also to create a level of privacy for those who hope to call this place their home.
Lake Side Earth Sanctuary will regularly hold festivals and events some of which may be free to attend, others may require a tick purchase.
Though the Zoom Floom was once a water slide it is no longer, please do not attempted to slide, roll, bike, skateboard, rollerblade or run down the Zoom Floom.
Lake Side Earth Sanctuary is not responsible for any injuries that occur by uninvited public exploring the Zoom Floom or any other parts of the property.
Example Rules: The following guidelines are only for example purposes, so long as we do not own or are not leasing the land. Written permission from the current owner is required in order to visit the land.
Zoom Floom: The Zoom Floom itself will remain open to public interaction, as we recognize that this is already a regularly visited site, and we don't intend to take away peoples ability to freely visit it anytime soon.
Visiting the rest of the land: Visitors are allowed if a core member of Lake Side Earth Sanctuary invites them and agrees to be their host person for the time they are here. If you are not being invited/hosted by a core member then you may instead reserve a spot for a tour.
Tours: If you are a member of the public who is not directly invited by a Co-Owner then we request that you reserve a time for a tour if you'd like to visit the rest of the land. The fee for the tour is $15 per adult and we welcome additional donations to help support our outreach efforts. The tour lasts about an hour and is mainly outdoors, so be sure to dress for the weather. Please bring your own food if you think you’ll get hungry.
Camping: You must be directly invited or have had a tour of Lake Side Earth Sanctuary to be eligible to camp. The campground is open to the public by reservation only. The cost is $15 a night for each adult, except that for two adults on one site the cost is $20 a night. Supporting members are entitled to one week of free camping annually, and discounted rates thereafter. Water and electrical is not yet available at the campground, but we hope to have that infrastructure in place soon. Please bring your own food. Lake Side Earth Sanctuary does not have facilities to serve food to the public.