Domaine la Fierté is a men’s-only gay campground north of Montréal. For three summers, I have photographed campsites, motor homes, and summer cabins of the men who spend time there. My photographs examine the site as both haven and ghetto built on fantasies that mix the wild with the domesticated. As homosexuality has found increased acceptance within the public sphere, gay households have spread to more suburban and rural locales. However, ongoing political debates centered on gay and lesbian partner rights attest to the fact that even the idea of a gay domestic space remains contested terrain. As a territory defined by homosexuality, the gay campground offers a counter—site of acceptance and free expression while simultaneously reflecting other forms of closed communities where exclusion and homogeneity are associated with security and comfort. By documenting the exteriors of these dwellings I am looking for clues into how the residents understand this terrain.