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Studland Summer Camp

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Studland Summer Camp, or “SCC”, is a friendly, quirky, off-beat naturist campsite with simple facilities and a rural setting, with unique character that has developed over four decades, and is welcoming to people from all walks of life. Families have always been at the heart of SSC ever since it was established in 1980, and children are free to play in the safety of our field whilst being in parental view at all times.

You will find the atmosphere at SSC welcoming and friendly, and there is a real sense of community spirit, which is shared between newcomers and long-time campers alike.

People who stay at SSC often go home with treasured memories of a great holiday as well as a keen anticipation of the next time SSC opens its gates for another season.

SSC, is a long-established, family-friendly naturist campsite, situated on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, which is part of the stunning “Jurassic Coast”.

The simple, rustic site is gently sloping and surrounded by miles of breathtaking scenery while still within easy reach of the nearby town of Swanage and the historic village of Corfe. It’s certainly not a “glamping” site, but that adds to the charm!

It is of little wonder that people return to SSC year upon year: Studland Summer Camp is a truly unique experience.

Whether you’re single, a couple or a family, or simply new to the idea, all naturists are welcome!

Facilities include:

  • Showers
  • Flushing toilets
  • Chemical toilet emptying station
  • Recycling point (for bottles, cans, jars, etc)

Location

Sandy Hill Lane, nr Woolgarston, Dorset, BH20, 5JA

Grid Reference: SY991813
Easting (X): 399153 Northing (Y): 081325
Lat: 50.631620 Long: -2.0133412

Contact

Campervan bookings

07703 326 361 (Roger – Leave a message and he will call you back)

General Enquiries

stay@studlandsummercamp.org.uk

Naturist Activity Club

Naturist Activities, Events & Meetups

Local chat groups for organising local naturist activities and meetups.  The club is on Facebook groups and the British Naturism website.

It is most active in Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and West Sussex but watch out for other events across the south of England.

Events are hosted by ordinary people that like naturist activities  They are mostly small local events like naturist walks, picnics, meals, cycle rides, sports, games, naturist club visits, BBQs, beach meetups, parties.  The club also meets up at events organised by other naturists, groups, and clubs like Nudefest, tenpin bowling, garden visits and swims.

The club welcomes all adults over 18 that are interested in taking part in our non-sexual naturist (naked) events and activities.

Contact

Website: http://www.naturistactivityclub.uk/

Diogenes Sun Club near Chalfont St Peter

Diogenes Sun Club
Diogenes Sun Club Diogenes Sun Club

Diogenes naturist club has 6 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds set around a large country house, excellent facilities and an active sporting and social life.

Established in the 1930’s, Diogenes has been at its present location since 1964. It is a members club which means that all the members jointly own the club and share the running of it and the maintenance of the house, grounds and facilities. We have been lucky to have a good mix of skills over the years and very little that you see has been done by paid contractors. This brings a very close community spirit to what we do and everyone is keen to see that the club thrives.

The club was founded in 1932 by a group of enthusiastic naturists after varied experiences at the Welsh Harp Open space and was at first based at Spielplatz. This was a proprietary club and seeking a little more freedom, a number of members left to form their own clubs. Diogenes was first based in the grounds of a property of one of the members, at Bricket Wood Common. Facilities included a pavilion, swimming pool and camping area. The club existed happily for many years and during the war provided a welcome escape from the bombing in London.

Today, we pride ourselves on being one of the country’s finest Naturist clubs and are very much part of our local community. We are still owned by our members, who welcome the opportunity to be able to contribute to the future of our club and be part of its history in the making.

Contact

‘Hillview’,
Shire Lane,
Chalfont St. Peter
Buckinghamshire,
United Kingdom,
SL9 0QY

Telephone: +44 1494 857602

Website: https://www.diogenessunclub.co.uk/

Max’s Garden Naturist Retreat, West Sussex

Michael and Fiona Discombe took over Max’s Garden naturist spa and campsite towards the end of 2019 and immediately instigated a lot of of refurbishment work.

Camping Area
Max's Garden
Max
Camping Area

Max’s now offers a tranquil naturist environment allowing guests to relax, swim and enjoy spa facilities in a tropical surrounding, in the heated “Bubble” all year round. The garden area has sun loungers, bbq, and a fire pit. Situated between Worthing and Horsham with Brighton only 20 miles away. Genuine naturists and their families are welcome with a selection of regular events including spa evenings and chill times.

Contact

Email: Max’s Garden

Website: https://maxsgarden.net/

Telephone: 07766 826972 or 07854 377427

Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club

Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club


We're a very friendly group, meeting for an hour at Motcombe pool in Eastbourne, postcode BN21 1PU on Sundays at 16:30. The swim fee is £5. Pool attendants are always present for safety.


Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club
Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club

Our club has swimmers of all ages, sizes and shapes, it's a lovely mix. The water is around 31C. You don't even have to swim. Some of us just relax and chat. We also hold social events (beach and garden trips, walks, barbeques, naturist club and sauna visits and yoga classes) during the summer when we have a swimming break in June, July and August. A membership fee applies - please ask for details when you visit. Your membership card provides a discount for the swim and can also be used at other clubs, events, beaches, etc. Visitors please phone or email in advance as spaces are limited by the pool itself. The fee for visitors is £5 - please pay on entry. Please remember that respect for the individual is a key naturist principle, so please do not behave to members, visitors or staff in any way that might cause offence. Motcombe Pool's postcode is BN21 1PU situated in Old Town. There are difficult one-way roads from Upperton Road. The best access from there is Ocklynge Road, but it is still quite narrow.


Contact

Secretary

Email: naturistswim@gmx.com

Telephone: 07486 424068

Website: http://naturistswim.wixsite.com/eastbourne

Woodpeckers in Wales

Woodpeckers in Wales

Woodpeckers in Wales 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.

Woodpeckers in Wales Pool Games
Woodpeckers in Wales Pool Games © Woodpeckers in Wales
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.

Contact:

Email: woodpeckers.enquiries@gmail.com

Telephone: 07821270752 (Christine, Secretary)

Website: https://www.woodpeckers-in-wales.co.uk/

Cam Bridge Barn Naturist Campsite

Cam Bridge Barn Naturist Campsite

Cam Bridge Barn Naturist Campsite
Cam Bridge Barn Naturist Campsite

A small privately run campsite, clothes free & friendly!

Located on the northern edge of the Mendip Hills in Somerset Cam Bridge Barn is a 2 acre level site for tents, caravans, campers & day visitors. Mains water/electric – no electric hook ups, small toilet/shower block with hand basin.

A perfect base for visiting North Somerset, Bath, Wells, Bristol, the Caves of Cheddar Gorge and the Mendip Hills can be reached via local footpaths; site is also on a bus route , the 376 which is half-hourly between Bristol and Street.

Open May – September. Please book in advance, sorry no dogs.

Contact Richard Jordan for full details by phone or email. Please do not simply pitch up.

Contact

Cam Bridge Barn
Temple Bridge
Temple Cloud
Nr Bristol
Somerset
BS39 5AA

email: camcamp@virginmedia.com

Tel: 07866 609735

Website: https://camcampingskinnystyle.wordpress.com/

New Forest Naturist Hikers

This group is for people that enjoy naked / naturist hiking in the New Forest (South England UK) and people that would like to try naked hiking in the New Forest for the first time.

Contact

Email: berniemann@live.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NewForestNaturistHikers/ – (Closed group)

St Anne’s Naturist Camping, Dorset – Now closed.

St Anne's Naturist Camping
St Anne’s Naturist Camping © St Anne's Naturist Camping

St Anne’s Naturist Camping, Dorset

This site is now closed following the retirement of the owners. We wish Hazel and Reg a long and enjoyable retirement.

Bristol Naturists

Bristol Naturists

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© Bristol Naturists

Bristol Naturists are organisers of the regular (clothed) Bristol Naturist Meet and Greet held at Halo, Gloucester Road, Bristol.

Contact

Email: bristolnatmag@yahoo.co.uk

Website: https://bristolnaturists.wordpress.com/

Naturist Ramblers

Naturist Ramblers

Naturist Ramblers
Naturist Ramblers NatCorn Forum Administrator | NatCorn

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.

Website

Secretary

Walks Organiser

Blackthorns Sun Club, Bedfordshire

Blackthorns Sun Club, Bedfordshire

Blackthorns Sun Club was founded in 1959, and since 1969 has been developing its site near Sharnbrook in rural north Bedfordshire.

Blackthorn Sun Club Sign
Blackthorn Sun Club Sign © Blackthorn Sun Club

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.

Contact

Blackthorns Sun Club
Riseley Road
Sharnbrook
MK44 1NE

Email: pro@blackthorns.org.uk

Telephone: 01234 782212 (Answerphone when not available), Membership or visitor enquiries: 07974303151

Website: http://www.blackthorns.org.uk/

Watford Naturist Swimming Club (WNSC)

Watford Naturist Swimming Club (WNSC)

Watford Naturist Swimming Club
Watford Naturist Swimming Club © Watford Naturist Swimming 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.

Contact

The Secretary
Watford Naturist Swimming Club
c/o Watford Leisure Centre – Central
Peace Prospect
Watford
WD17 3HA

Email: info@wnsc.org.uk

Telephone: 0845 347 9319 (information line)

Website: http://www.wnsc.org.uk/

Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury, Wiltshire (Clothing Optional Days)

"Naked Gardeners" Ian and Barbara Pollard at Abbey House Gardens Clothing Optional Day
“Naked Gardeners” Ian and Barbara Pollard at Abbey House Gardens Clothing Optional Day

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.

Contact

The Abbey House
Malmesbury
Wiltshire
SN16 9AS

Email: info@abbeyhousegardens.co.uk

Telephone: 01666 822212 for a recorded information message or 01666 827650 between 10 – 4pm to speak to the office

Website: http://www.abbeyhousegardens.co.uk/

ThePotteriesSwim Naturist Swim Newcastle under Lyme

ThePotteriesSwim Naturist Swim Newcastle under Lyme

The Potteries Swim
The Potteries Swim © The Potteries Swim

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).

Contact

Email: infos@potteries-swim.org.uk