Yes. In US culture it's slightly old-fashioned, and slightly feminine. However, even as a man I could say:
"I'm fond of sunsets."
"I'm fond of pizza."
"I'm fond of mystery novels."
I probably would not say "I'm fond of cars" or "I'm fond of power tools."
A 2012 book is entitled "Very Fond of Food: A Year in Recipes."
In US newspaper articles I find:
"Not everyone is fond of the idea of adult bookstores and marijuana facilities, but some are even less fond of the idea of having them in their town."
"Fond of baseball caps, the gorilla was seen in her enclosure toting around a yellow cap with a gorilla on it, given to her by the zoo team..."
"Billionaire Nadir Godrej... has a flair for languages and is fond of writing poetry..."
"Adore" is stronger, and, when used about anything other than people, it seems exaggerated and out-of-date.