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St Anne’s Naturist Camping Set in the beautiful Dorset countryside St Annes Naturist Campsite.
A very friendly naturist campsite with few rules and as such has many people returning year after year.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but they need to be kept on a lead at all times. There is a walk through the trees and a space where the dogs can run to collect their tennis balls etc. Dog owners are expected to clear any mess dropped by the dogs and there is a dog bin on site.
Day visitors are welcomed but do need to let the club know when you are coming.
St Annes Cottage
Three Legged Cross
The group walks started in 1993 as part of Singles’ Outdoor Club (SOC). In 2016 the walkers separated from SOC and the ‘Naturist Ramblers’ was set up as a group that could totally concentrate on naturist walking. Naturist Ramblers is an independent walking group run by the walkers.
Each of these walks is between 10 and 14 miles in length and are planned in reasonably unpopulated areas.
Most walks start from a pub at about mid-day. The day is usually concluded with supper together in the pub, so you might like to arrange to be free all day if you are coming to join a walk. If you have to get away a little earlier, be aware that particularly when the weather is fine the walkers might not return to the starting point until 7:00pm.
Blackthorns Sun Club was founded in 1959, and since 1969 has been developing its site near Sharnbrook in rural north Bedfordshire.
The club owns some 6.5 hectares of semi-ancient woodland, which has been designated by the local authority as a County Wildlife Site. As this implies, the woodland is a haven for wildlife including deer, but it now also accommodates an ever growing range of facilities for naturist recreation.
Principally, of course, Blackthorns offers the opportunity to strip off and enjoy rest and recreation without the encumbrance of clothes. You may even get an all-over tan!
Total relaxation is the aim, and as you step through the gate you leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life as the calm of the woods wraps around you.
Several lawns, and woodland clearings, allow the Members to meet and laze away the hours. Around the main lawn are the pavilion, children’s pavilion, the large swimming pool, shower and toilet block, and the communal bar-b-q. The pavilion is the social heart of Blackthorns, and light refreshments are usually available during the day. In other clearings there are courts for miniten, badminton, volleyball and pétanque, a 9-hole crazy golf course, and a kiddies’ playground. Naturally, the woods provide unlimited scope for the children to play. Blackthorns has a static caravan for hire and electric hook-ups for touring caravans.
A varied programme of sports and social events runs right through the year. Sports events combine the serious and the fun variety, and Blackthorns participates in, and hosts, national and regional competitions. Social events range from the Saturday evening “communal” bar-b-q to more formal dinners, but also encompass discos – many with fancy dress themes, birthday parties, quizzes and more challenging events! At evening events clothes are usually worn.
Blackthorns Sun Club
Watford Naturist Swimming Club (WNSC) was formed in 1968 by members of the five locally sited naturist clubs (Diogenes, Fiveacres, Gardenia, Spielplatz, and Sun-Folk) in order to provide facilities during the long winter months. In June 2013 the club became incorporated at Companies House as a company limited by guarantee. The club is run by its members and offers a weekly swim in Watford.
The club extends a friendly welcome to everybody. The club actively encourage enquiries from families and couples but we do not discriminate against singles. Many visitors to WNSC are trying naturism for the first time. The members understand that it can be a bit daunting but we’ve all been there so don’t be shy.
WNSC does not own any premises it simply hires facilities locally in which to hold its events. The club has been using the Watford Leisure Centre – Central since August 2008. A swimming session is held every Friday (except Bank Holidays). Doors open at 8.45pm until clear the water at 10.00pm. WNSC is a non-profit making organisation and offers excellent value for money at its events. It charges less than general admission for public sessions, and don’t forget, you don’t need to buy a costume either!
As a swimming club WNSC has become very active on both the national and international scene with members taking part in both the National BN swimming gala and also the INF International Swimming Gala. The club has regularly won the Best Club trophy and our junior swimmers have won the best under 16 awards. There are also opportunities to take part in other sports such as volleyball, pétanque and miniten. Whilst the club takes its sport reasonably seriously this is not a pre-requisite to joining. Most members simply come along to ease the strain of the week.
Watford Naturist Swimming Club
c/o Watford Leisure Centre – Central
Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury, Wiltshire (Clothing Optional Days)
All usual admission costs apply on clothing optional open days. Parking is in the long stay car park adjacent to the garden. The gardens are a no smoking zone.
Visitors’ change in the Belvedere and bags for safe-keeping of belongings are provided on a cloakroom ticket arrangement in exchange for a £1 donation to Charity. Abbey House Gardens supports the Marine Conservation Society.
Admission to the gardens on a Clothes Optional Day does not require a visitor to be without their clothes. The opportunity is offered to anyone who so wishes to spend their time within the garden boundaries without their clothes. We are not a club requiring membership, do not have club facilities and offer simply the opportunity to visit the gardens without clothes and without comment.
There is no pressure to dress or undress whilst on the property; it is a matter entirely for personal preference. Purchasing a ticket for admission buys you into an agreement to respect everyone else’s freedom of choice to be with or without clothes and to respect: the environment into which you are entering and its boundaries, the wishes of the garden owners, the needs of other visitors and the needs of the wider local community.
Photographs taken in the garden must not, under any circumstances, include other visitors and Abbey House Gardens retains the copyright to all photographs taken within the grounds.
Visitors may bring their own food to eat in the garden on the understanding that they also take their rubbish home with them. The Abbey House Gardens tea rooms will be open as usual stocked with a variety of lunch alternatives. Alternatively there are several places to eat in town once visitors have dressed to leave the premises.
ThePotteriesSwim Naturist Swim Newcastle under Lyme
ThePotteriesSwim is a friendly club, open to all genuine naturists. Why not give it a try – swim, sauna and relax in a pleasant, friendly environment. A naturist swim is just like using any other public pool, but without costumes. The same standard of behaviour is required as would be expected at a conventional public swim.
The swim is a member club of British Naturism.
The swim meets on alternate Sundays at Jubilee Baths, Nelson Place, Newcastle under Lyme and can use the pool from 19:30 and the “Aqua Sauna” facilities from 20:00. Finish time is 21:30. Doors will open at 19:00 to allow people to book in, ready for 19:30 start. (Visitors, please bring ID or BN card).
Rivendell Naturist Outdoor Club, A naturist club near Wimborne in Dorset – Following a full restoration Rivendell is now reopen in new ownership in 2017
A luxury naturist holiday resort based outside of Wimborne in Dorset. Offering traditional B&B rooms, along with “glamping” in bell tents and safari.
At Rivendell you can’t get any closer to nature. Surrounded by trees and set in the natural landscape it’s easy to feel a part of it. There’s quiet time to be your natural self and the freedom to wander naked around the five acres of grounds just listening to the birds and bees. You can have a picnic by the lake – or find a perfect spot to read a book.
But if it’s company and conversation you’re after Rivendell has that too, just pull up a chair on the patio and join in the fun, top up the tan – or challenge new friends to a game of boules or miniten. For your creature comforts there’s a heated swimming pool, showers, sauna and a hot tub.
Rivendell is open all year long with club facilities available right through the winter months and camping pitches available throughout the summer.
Hot and cold food is regularly available from the conservatory clubhouse and a healthy social calendar ensures that peace and quiet does not mean boredom. Whether you’re planning a holiday, a long weekend or a day visit, you will be made more than welcome at Rivendell.
Greenacres Sun Club is a friendly members club in the heart of the beautiful Durham countryside. The club was founded in 1953 and is open to new members. Couples and families who are naturist club members, members of BN or other INF – affiliated clubs are most welcome as visitors by prior arrangement.
The club was founded when an old Alms Houses site was bought in 1953 ensuring the site has been in more or less constant use since the early 19th century, albeit not always by naturists! The founders worked hard to clear the dense undergrowth and develop the site, their determination to make Greenacres a leading naturist site has built up the club’s facilities to where we are today.
There is a large club house with a licensed bar that is available at weekends and bank holidays. A central hall with a modern kitchen which is used to prepare meals for social evenings etc. a small T. V. room, male, female and disabled toilets and a mixed, family, shower room. On the main patio outside is a DIY barbecue area facing a playground for small children and a twin pétanque area.
A large flat, screened camping area with electric hook up points and a day visitors centre is available adjacent to the swimming pool which is available to use as a changing room and has tea making facilities, microwave, washing up etc. for the use of day visitors and campers.
There is an outdoor swimming pool and sauna with a small library in the relaxation area, two volleyball courts, a miniten and badminton court. Sheltered lawns for sunbathing are available throughout the grounds.
There is a very modern shower and toilet block close to the camping area with separate male and female toilet facilities and hot showers. All showers are free throughout Greenacres.
There is ample space for camping, including touring caravans and trailer tents with electric hook up available at minimal cost.
Old Alms Houses
Swindon Bare Swim is a group of like-minded individuals that meets up in the Turkish Baths in Swindon every other Saturday evening. The group enjoys using the sauna, steam rooms, jacuzzi and swimming pool in a natural and laid back atmosphere.
The group started in 1997, and has gone from strength to strength, mainly because of it’s friendly mix of people and open minded acceptence of newcomers.
Unlike many other groups, Swindon Bare Swim doesn’t care if you’re single or come as a couple. Its open to all! The only thing the group asks is that everyone is friendly and respectful, and all have a nice relaxing and comfortable time.
However, please don’t just turn up! You must get in touch with the swim before you attend. This is just for the safety and comfort of everyone.
Reading Naturist Group is a small but very friendly naturist swimming club based in Reading, Berkshire.
The club holds a weekly swim at a local authority swimming pool with about 15 to 20 members attending each week. All genuine naturists are welcomed to the club – singles and couples – experienced naturists and first-timers.
Unfortunately the club does not have the resources to provide trained Child Protection Officers, and as a result cannot admit anyone under the age of 18.
Arthur Hill Memorial Swimming Baths
221-225 Kings Road
Torbay Sun Club is one of the UK’s largest naturist ‘swim and sauna clubs’ and it caters for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Naturism is good outdoors too and, weather permitting, there are plenty of ways of enjoying it on the beach or at many other locations.
Torbay Sun Club has almost 200 members, from all walks of life and ranging in ages from 1 to well over 80. As well as from Torbay, the club has members who regularly commute from Plymouth, Exeter and most of South and East Devon, East Cornwall and West Somerset.
The club doesn’t have a landed site – and has no plans to get one – but there are some good local naturist beaches and Manor Farm in Strete is near Slapton Beach and it has a camp-site with a naturists’ area and it’s one of the places where Torbay Sun Club members are often found during summer months.
A tranquil naturist haven set in 4 acres of landscaped grounds surrounded by National Trust woodland in south east England, within easy reach of London, Oxford and Windsor, Heritage is a members owned family orientated club which has been established for over 70 years with some family groups spanning four generations. We are centrally located for great days out in Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey.
Heritage is open 365 days of the year for members to visit, however its camping season runs from April to October (April to September for visitors) providing accommodation for caravans, motorhomes, tents and trailer tents as well as our rental chalet, fondly known as the Daisy, which sleeps up to 4 adults and 2 children.
Throughout the year the club holds regular social events with varying themes as well as a full week dedicated to children’s activities during August.
Club facilities include a heated swimming pool, boules, miniten and tennis courts, shuffleboard, and table tennis as well as a sauna, steam room and a large Jacuzzi.
Heritage is located near to London and Oxford, with local train stations for easy access
Heritage Club Ltd
The White House is a naturist club where you can relax and enjoy high quality facilities and social activities every day of the year. The club’s beautiful grounds, set in a wooded valley near Caterham, are a calm oasis to exercise, relax and enjoy being naked.
Naturism is the practice of going without clothes. Whatever you may think about people who do such a thing, it is not shameful, embarrassing or ridiculous, in fact when the weather is hot it’s the sensible option – and great fun! It’s good for you too – the human body was not designed to be completely wrapped up in clothes and subjected to artificial heat and light sources and air conditioning 24/7. Maybe you have found naturism on holiday, like skinny dipping or it will be your first time, we are sure you will like the White House.
Anyone who has observed children knows that they are enthusiastic naturists. We have never seen young children who are self-conscious when nude. In fact, they are often happiest when allowed to run around nude.
Children raised in naturism learn to accept the human body and recognise that everyone is unique. Comfort with nudity combined with naturist values lead to a healthy self-image and strong self- esteem. Naturism can help to promote children’s confidence and understanding about their bodies.
The White House Club
10 Southview Road,
A friendly naturist club in the Sussex countryside. Membership is comprised of couples and families from all walks of life with ages ranging from the young to the not so young.
Naturists come in all shapes and sizes and a range of ages from babies to ‘oldies’, so going without clothes in a natural, non-sexual environment is an enjoyable and relaxing experience.
When clothing is removed, social attitudes seem to be removed too creating an air of relaxation and freedom from stress that is very rewarding. Apollo is a genuine members club, run by its members for its members. Visit and experience the freedom and relaxation for yourself?
The club welcomes enquiries from families, couples and singles. Before joining the club you will be encouraged to visit the club as a day visitor.
As visits are by appointment only, please contact the club’s membership team and arrange an appointment for your visit.
Please be aware that at times there may be a waiting list for certain categories as the club endeavours to keep “a balanced membership”.
No need to book We welcome visitors to all our events you do not have to book before-hand so just turn up with your towel and a committee member will sign you in and show you round. Please Note: we do not ask for ID but we do require you to fill in a simple form and be honest.
Bring the Children Contrary to what the media would have you think, children are not fazed by the sight of a naked body. We are very children friendly and have the greatest kid’s corner you could imagine. The children are allowed in free and there is no school next day so bring them along, they will have a great time.
Ryedale Naturist Club is not a site based club with its own land or buildings but meets fortnightly on a Sunday afternoon for a swim at The Derwent Swimming Pool, Norton, North Yorkshire from 3.00 to 5.00 pm. The club has the use of a sauna and an excellent pool which is 25m x 8.5 m. (Sauna is for over 16’s only).
If you are thinking about trying naturism out for the first time but you are nervous about going nude in public then so were the rest of us as there was a first time for all of us, but after a few minutes you will wonder why you were so nervous in the first place.
Very nervous newcomers may wear a cozzie on their first visit, so there is no excuse not to come along with your partner or friends and try it out.
Yorkshire Sun Society, better known as YSS, has one of the largest grounds of any British Sun Club. The 26 acres are home to a great variety of wild life; deer, badgers, foxes, squirrels and even peacocks! There are more rabbits than members, some so tame that they wait until you are almost on top of them before they move (the rabbits that is not the members!). Pheasants are everywhere, along with many other birds.
The club was founded in 1932 on 11 acres of rented ground. When the grounds were purchased in 1944 an additional 15 acres was acquired. Now the club has what it believes to be the best naturist facilities in the North.
The new heated undercover pool and jacuzzi are in full operation, and are kept heated for all year round use to go along with the centrally heated club house with the Anniversary Bar and quiet room. YSS is an attractive place for naturists to be at any time of year.
The members love to socialise and working together for the good of the club is just one of the ways they do that.
Naturism at its very best in South Wales, there really is nothing better!!
Western Sunfolk Naturist Club, a family orientated naturist club set between the beautiful Wye and Usk Valleys based in the wonderfully unspoiled country of Wales.
Western Sunfolk welcomes both visitors who are already genuine naturists or those who feel naturism is something they would like to try. After all, there is no better way to camp and the club facilities are superb! It is a friendly club and welcomes all the family. Western Sunfolk has extensive facilities for people with disabilities. If you are a first timer and unsure about becoming a naturist then there are several quiet areas of the club where you can stay. Why not give Western Sunfolk a try!
The club is able to accommodate tents, vans and motorhomes or simply day visits. You can stay for the day or for a few weeks. We do not have accommodation but it is possible to stay locally.
Western Sunfolk is situated between Monmouth and Chepstow, only one hour from either Bristol or Cardiff.
Throughout the season there are social events taking place, with most functions taking place in or around the club pavilion. There are usually get-togethers in the pavilion each Friday and/or Saturday night, often with music and dance.
Visitors to the club are always most welcome to join us for any social functions.
Welcome to Wrekin View, aka (also known as) Crin Cottage; all will become obvious as you get to know the place.
Founded in 1963, Wrekin View is a naturist club for the whole family. The five acre site, situated in a quiet, rural, part of county, west of Market Drayton in Shropshire, surrounded only by hills and natural boundaries makes it the perfect setting for naturists.
“Crin” is a members’ club in which the members have great pride. The transformation from the derelict cottage and scrubland purchased in the 60’s – to the modern, well cultivated, well furnished grounds and facilities that it has today, bears testament to all the hard work past and present members have put in over the years.
Still to this day members lavish TLC on it, just for the sheer joy of being there. Static caravans accommodate some of the members but visitors are most welcome too. Chose either a day visit, or stay longer in your own tent or caravan.
Telephone: 07956761899 (between the hours of 09:00 to 20:00)
HSC is a small family club at Headley Down, Hants. not far from the Surrey and Sussex borders. It is set among some of the most beautiful scenery in southern England. There are plenty of opportunities for excursions, near and more distant.
The club was described by British Naturism as “Quietly successful in rustic charm seemingly a million miles from civilisation and in a beautiful sun trap on a south facing hill slope in a pine setting. Not a car or industrial sound disturbs our sun bathing”. Yet it is only a few minutes from the A3 at the Devil’s Punch Bowl. Idyllic is the word that comes to mind when you visit Haslemere Sun Club.
Time passes you by and leaves you to contemplate the next swim or game of pétanque. The club claims to have one of the best kept and cleanest outdoor heated swimming pools in the naturist movement. A view that is always reinforced by the club’s members when they visit other sites. Life revolves around the 6m by 18m pool, which is maintained at a steady 80F throughout the height of summer. There is also a kiddies’ pool and a well-equipped children’s corner in sight of the swimming pool, main lawn and pavilion.
Next to the swimming pool is the main sun-bathing lawn, which is the centre of our club where members converge to rest, talk about holidays past, or organise the next pétanque match. This is the sport of the club and is taken very seriously even by those who have difficulty in taking anything very seriously while they are here. The club has other games courts too, for badminton, volleyball and short tennis, which are used by those who just might have some energy left after their swimming and sunbathing.
Woodpeckers in Wales (formerly the Vale of Glamorgan Sun Club) is a family orientated, non-profit making club, run and maintained by its members.
The mature grounds are set in five acres of rural wooded countryside between Cardiff and Swansea, but only ten minutes drive from the M4 motorway.
The nearest village is only a short drive away with plenty of shops and supermarkets.
Nearby, country pubs serving good food and fine ales.
Relax on the extensive sunbathing lawns, or for the more energetic, there are boules courts, a shuffleboard court and a covered, solar heated swimming pool, with seating area, where parents can oversee their children having fun.
Meander naked along the peaceful woodland walks and look for the abundant wildlife. You will find many species of birds along with rabbits, pheasants and squirrels.
The newly refurbished clubhouse hosts regular functions, including fancy dress, quiz nights, bingo, dancing and karaoke throughout the year and has a TV and free pool table.
Day visitors can change in the site caravan and also have use of fridges and microwaves for your own food and the obligatory kettle to make tea/coffee.
There are hot showers located within a separate toilet block and a hair dryer if needed. There is a portable toilet disposal facility for GREEN chemicals only.
The club is open to visitors from the first weekend in April to the last weekend of October.
Lakeland Outdoor Club, a naturist club in West Cumbria
Lakeland Outdoor Club’s naturist site, is located near Millom on the West Cumbrian Coast. It has the Cumbrian fells as a backdrop, yet right next to a quiet beach.
The beach is a quiet, wide and open and sandy after a short stretch of pebbles. It is only a few yards from the site accessed by a gate from the camping area. The beach itself is not an officially designated as naturist, but we all use it with discretion. We ask members and visitors to take a towel or shorts to cover up if necessary.
Situated near the Lake District National Park, the secluded location gives it a relaxed, informal atmosphere, great for a quiet time camping or caravanning, or even a day’s visit.
Brian Delamere (Membership)
2 Daleview Gardens
BDOC – a naturist club managed and maintained by the members, is a naturist club situated on the edge of the beautiful New Forest. You can swim in the heated pool and maybe have a sauna or just laze about on the sun terrace and be at one with nature, the possibilities are endless. If that’s not enough during the course of the year the club holds discos / quiz nights and much more. BDOC is also a perfect base to go out and explore the surrounding area.
Sundeck with heated outdoor pool and sauna complex(Pool open May to October weather permitting)
Grass games/sports area for miniten, badminton, volleyball and more
Modern toilet and shower block
Sites with water and electric hook up for holiday makers with own caravans/campervans//tents
New members welcome limited number of caravan sites available
BDOC Members Club
Three Rivers Outdoor Club is a naturist club based in the North East of England. “The Land of the Three Rivers” is the area surrounding the Tyne, the Wear and the Tees.
The club was formed in 1982 and has organised camping and caravanning activities as well as indoor swimming and / or sauna events for many years.
In recent years the number of members interested in camping has fallen, and the club has focussed on swimming and sauna sessions, although the annual camping weekend (now its third year) has become popular.
The club does not have a fixed site, but holds sauna & swimming sessions and holds camping and caravanning exemption certificates. It is a member club of British Naturism (BN).
The club organises naturist sessions at Newcastle’s West Denton Pool (formerly Outer West Pool) usually once a month, except during the summer months when we hire the Weardale Outdoor Heated Pool in Stanhope.
Three Rivers Outdoor Club
2 Kilbourn House
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Phoenix Sun Club was founded to bring together like minded naturists of any background and all ages to have fun, talk and organise events with each other.
Phoenix Sun Club is located in the picturesque grounds below Bosley Cloud near Macclesfield on the Cheshire Staffordshire boarder. Phoenix is a small but friendly Naturist Club and the members pride themselves in developing and maintaining a nature friendly ‘Green’ environment.
We run our popular series of open weekends where we welcome all those interested to visit to come along to Phoenix Sun Club. These take place on the first weekend of each month May through to September.
Located in West Bergholt just outside the major town of Colchester Essex the club is located just off the main A12 dual carriageway giving easy access from the south or north.
Many naturists will tell you that sport is an integral part of naturist life as not everyone is happy with just lying in the sun all day and Springwood is no exception. The main sports that we play are pétanque, volleyball and miniten (a form of tennis played in most naturist clubs together with table tennis and darts during the evening or on those days where the weather is not particularly friendly.
Springwood Sun Club in association with the respective organisers of Prested Hall, Feering and Aqua Springs Colchester arrange naturist swimming and sauna sessions. These are not restricted to members of Springwood Sun Club and naturists from other clubs and others could also be in attendance.
All correspondence must be made by email as we do not have a telephone available in the first instance.
Springwood Sun Club
Cooks Hall Road
Newperran Holiday Park is a textile site that hosted BN’s Nudefest for eight years now holds its own naturist week “Newperran Naturel”.
Newperran is family run, and one of Britain’s top 5 Star Holiday Parks / Camp Sites. The park offers holiday caravans, touring and camping pitches in Newquay, Cornwall.
Newperran Holiday Park is spacious, in an elevated position with unspoilt countryside and distant sea views. The park has full facilities and an indoor swimming pool.
5 Star, Spacious Camping
Touring pitches are situated on the perimeter of camping and caravan fields and are surrounded by Cornish hedges and farmland with no road noise, for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
At Newperran holiday park, visitors will find superb modern facilities for all of the family including a comfortable Cornish pub/restaurant, Shop, Launderette and games room. The park has a modern indoor deck level heated swimming pool and toddlers heated paddling pool, there is a adventure playground and also a new toddlers adventure play area in the Devoran Field for the children.
The site is not far (2 miles/3.2 km) from Perran Sands naturist beach.
For further information and to contact the site directly through NatCorn visit our enquiry page.
Newperran Holiday Park
Situated on the outskirts of Telford in the beautiful county of Shropshire, Telford Naturist club extends a warm welcome to visitors and members alike. Whether you are visiting for the day or staying longer, the extensive facilities that we offer should provide everything required by the genuine naturist.
Established on a former colliery site over 30 years ago and set in 30 acres of carefully managed and landscaped grounds, Telford Naturist club offers a tranquil oasis where the genuine naturist can relax and unwind. Young or old, we are certain that you will want to return time and time again. Telford Naturist club welcomes all membership applications from families, couples and singles.
Telford Naturist club is a private members’ club managed by an elected committee. Monthly members meetings are held to allow members to air their individual views on the ongoing management, and to put forward ideas for the club’s future development. A monthly newsletter is produced to ensure that all members are kept up to date with news, views and gossip. Work and maintenance at the club is done voluntarily by the members, ensuring profit made by the club is directed into the clubs future development. There is no expectation for individuals to participate in the maintenance of the club, but all offers of help are welcomed and appreciated.
General enquiries 01952 610873
Caravan pitch or rental caravan bookings 07760 618 367
Invicta Sun Club is a members club set up in 1952 to promote and encourage sunbathing, sport and social relaxation under naturist conditions.
The club has approximately 100 family units all from very varied backgrounds, walks of life and professions. As a members club all the members “muck in” to look after our grounds and keep the facilities in tip top condition.
The club is situated in about five acres of beautifully maintained woodlands on the south coast of Kent making an idyllic paradise.
We boast about 5 acres of woodland with many areas of beautifully maintained lawns, sun-traps, bushes, trees, hedges and paths.
Sand volleyball court
Indoor and outdoor table tennis tables
Designated kids play area with swings, a sand pit and climbing frames
There are two Miniten courts in almost constant use, one sand volleyball court, one badminton court next to the boule court and a croquet lawn.
We also have both indoor and outdoor table tennis tables which are very popular.
The children have their own designated play area with swings a sand pit and climbing frames, although they are obviously allowed to roam where they please.
The Club Secretary
Invicta Sun Club
North West Naturists, swim, exercise, sauna and steam room
North West Naturists is a small group of friends who all share an interest in naturism. The group gets together on a regular basis and meet at the refurbished Worsley Pool Complex, Walkden Manchester, The meetings are on Saturday afternoons please see event calendar for full list of swim dates and times.
European style venue for health, well-being and relaxation. Enjoy warm pools for swimming and exercise, sauna and steam rooms for detoxification and de-stress. Relaxation area for rest and refreshments. Qualified therapeutic care available in the form of professional massage, aromatherapy and reflexology. We are associated with British Naturism, Morecambe Bay Naturists and the Blackpool and Fylde sun club.
As North West Naturists is not a members club it is preferred all who attend to be members of British Naturism or another British Naturism member club but all genuine naturists are welcomed and people new to naturism so if your not a member of BN or another club please ring to register to join a swim.
Contact the group for registration before attending. Please bring photo ID on your first visit.
Fit City Worsley Pool
Spielplatz is the perfect retreat for a weekend, week-long breaks, or even a lunchtime visit or relaxing hour after a hot day at work.
Heated swimming pool
…and much more!
There’s something for all the family in this peaceful woodland paradise, from sun-drenched lawns to cool shady corners. With a heated swimming pool, sport and recreational facilities, clubhouse and licensed bar, Spielplatz combines the best of nature with modern facilities.
Come and visit.
If you are travelling to Spielplatz using satellite navigation then be aware that the club post code will not bring you to the correct location. Please use this post code: AL2 3TE. This post code will bring you to a point a few yards from the driveway.
Thorney Lakes Caravan and Camping Park is a haven of peace, quiet and relaxation and he new venue of Nudefest for 2016. So relax, soak up the silence and live life at a gentler pace…
A family run business established in 1993, the setting attracts a host of wildlife and regularly visited by otters, badgers, rabbits, deer and 70 species of bird life (RSPB survey), including kingfishers nesting on site.
Just a short level walk from the caravan park, the two miles of nature trails are perfect for a short stroll or to enjoy a chat with the local fisher folk about the ‘one that got away!’ There is ample parking, a thatched shelter and disabled access.
Our diversified traditional beef and cereal farm has earned a ‘Somerset Otter’ award for conservation and we pride ourselves in taking good care of this picturesque landscape.
Our secluded lakes cover approximately 4 acres and are well stocked with a selection of course fish including large carp, (up to 25lbs).
The Somerset Levels are ideal for walking (the ‘Parrett Trail’ is within 100 yards) cycling, bird watching (RSPB reserves nearby) golf or visiting National Trust properties and gardens etc.
Lancashire Sun Society Naturist Club, members club
Lancashire Sun Society Naturist Club is a long established naturist club and is owned and run by the members. It is set in a secluded 10 acre site of beautiful natural woodland and located within 30 minutes of Preston, Southport and the M6.
The club has many sheltered lawn areas for relaxation or sunbathing, and boasts a new hot tub, an open air solar heated swimming pool with its own decked sunbathing patio and flowered surrounds.
There are facilities for a variety of sports and leisure activities including two hard surfaced miniten courts, a seven-piste pétanque court and a sauna within the grounds of Lancashire Sun, there is also a pool table, table tennis table and darts in the club house.
There is a fully equipped kitchen within the clubhouse. Electric hook up is included in our prices for visiting units and hire of accommodation. The club is a BN Member Club and welcome families to a safe environment.
The Sun-Folk Society is a naturist club based in Hertfordshire. It was founded in 1931 and was one of the first Societies with membership open to the public to practice complete nudity. They first used a small site in North London and then rented a small part of Spielplatz.
On 1st December 1931, a 5-acre site adjacent to Spielplatz became available and with funds provided by the Committee out of their personal money the site at “The Spinney”, near St. Albans, Hertfordshire was purchased. The ownership of the free-hold land is vested in the Trustees who hold it on behalf of the Society.
In its first year, 60 members enrolled at Sun-Folk – two years later, the membership stood at 250, thanks largely to the publicity and articles in the magazine “Gymnos”. These articles did much at the time to further the cause of British naturism.
The Present – The Sun-Folk Society
The Sun-Folk Society owns 5 acres of woodland and over the years, this has become the centre for a range of naturist activities which the members have created for themselves turning part of the woodland into a recreational haven.
Sun-Folks’ members are drawn from all walks of life, from all age groups and from over a large area. The membership comprises of couples, families and single people.
Apart from relaxing, the members voluntarily undertake a variety of maintenance and building work, for example, our new toilet block has been built and fitted out by members. In this way, the Club enjoys the expertise from members in many professions and trades and is also able to keep its costs down and the subscription to a reasonable level. A variety of “work experience” is always available, each member doing what he or she is best able to do and all efforts are appreciated! In addition, there are occasional social events and sports such as miniten and volleyball are popular.
The Sun-Folk Society