Just south of Buena Vista Club and Fontana-on-Geneva-Lake beach, Glenwood Springs association occupies short, winding roads which converge at the lake. Established in 1892, Glenwood Springs was named after the springs which, according to local historians, once pumped 50,000 gallons of fresh water into the lake each day. Here you’ll find the quintessential lake cottage neighborhood; close quarters, mostly bright white cottages with painted trim, neighbors who have vacationed here “forever”, and one of the friendliest places on the west end of the lake. This association also has the distinction of having many “lake front” homes that actually share the association lakefront (I know this is confusing). Some real estate agents call these “park front” or “lake view” – both are true; however, if you’re longing for a lakefront home on Geneva Lake and lower than usual lakefront pricing and taxes, consider Glenwood Springs.
Glenwood Springs Association offers swim and boating piers, enough buoys to meet the needs of the residents (and then some), plus you can easily walk to Chuck’s or Gordy’s for lunch and a cold drink and make it back to the cottage in time to grab dessert off the kitchen table and head down to the lakefront park for a swim.