At Ramblewood, we believe that our clientele are deserving of certain basic rights, and we request that those enjoying our facilities extend these same rights to everyone else present.
The Freedom to live life as you choose, and for others to do the same, so long as it does not harm others.
People should be free to express themselves in whatever ways they choose, without fear or prejudice, so long as it does not harm anyone.
Ramblewood's unique environment can allow people to express themselves in ways that are not normally possible in the "outside" world.
For many of our guests, the hardest part of their stay is when they have to leave, returning to the everyday world of conformity and self-repression.
We do not place judgement on those who enjoy our facilities, and expect the same courtesy from those who attend towards each other.
Diversity is celebrated here, and we feel that all people are created equal and should be treated equally.
Unlike most places that do not understand or tolerate "alternative" groups, Ramblewood especially tries to cater to these groups which have a hard time finding a safe place to hold their events.
Ramblewood understands and offers these groups a chance to meet in a beautiful natural environment, without fear of judgement or persecution.