Bare Mountain - First Time Visitors
We invite you to enjoy the beautiful surroundings as nature intended. When we take off our clothes, we feel the freedom of self, an openness to others, and lightheartedness of spirit that, in other places, is not possible. We at Bare Mountain believe that nudism fosters a wholesome, natural attitude toward the human body. Beyond that, we believe nudism is probably one of the best relievers of stress caused by our maddeningly fast-paced society and culture. When we are nude, we are no longer factory workers, attorneys, IT geeks, fry cooks, or executives. We are human beings among other human beings, all sharing in the commonality of the nudist experience. Social and economic barriers come down. There is no pressure, only the pleasure of total escape from the roles of the outside world. While Bare Mountain is open from May through October, we recommend first time visitors plan their visit in the Summer months in order to experience the mountain at its best.
What To Bring
Government Issued Picture ID Towels - Sunscreen - Hat
Sarong or Wrap
Sandals and Hiking Shoes
Food - Water
And a smile :)
We are a rustic camp. There is no potable running water at Bare Mountain so be sure to bring drinking water or other beverages or buy water, sodas and snacks located in a refrigerator at the clubhouse. Running water on the grounds can be used for cooking & cleanup. There are hot outdoor showers at the clubhouse and pool. We have limited Wi-Fi availability at the common grounds.
Planning Your First Visit
First time visitors please use the contact form below to make arrangements. Arrivals must be scheduled between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm unless special arrangements are made.