Enjoy the Freedom of Being Nude in Paradise

Visit the Northwest’s largest year-round, clothing-free recreational park and campground.  Lake Bronson Club Family Nudist Park is just one hour from Seattle, but feels worlds away from city life.  Located in a 320 acre Stewardship Forest, the recreational park offers a seven-acre spring fed lake with sunning lawn, an 85-foot waterfall cascading into the Sultan River, and miles of hiking trails. Enjoy the rustic lodge, hot tub, or sauna.

Lake Bronson is a family-oriented nudist club catering specifically to those who love nature and the great outdoors...

Join us for Rustic Days, July 29-31

The first "Rustic Days" event was held in 1973, and it attracted a surprising 351 visitors.

This year will be fun for the whole family, as usual. The following activities are planned (subject to change), with more to come.


  • Western Themed Dance
  • Blind Canoe Race
  • Golf Cart Drag Race
  • Western Alder Smoked BBQ
  • Wine and Cheese party

B.A.R.E. IT 2016 Coming Labor Day Weekend, Sept 2-5

Announcing the sixth annual Arts Event at Lake Bronson on Labor Day weekend (Friday through Monday). Bring your Art and your Talent, and show us what you’ve got!

Throughout this weekend you are likely to encounter numerous creative, friendly people doing creative, interesting things like Swimming, Boating, Dancing, Performing, Art-making, Hiking, Playing Games, Tennis, Badminton, Pickle-ball, Horseshoes, and all-around fun-having. There will be great activities for the community kiddies as well!

2016 Squaw Mountain Ranch Music Festival (Oregon)

The folks at Squaw Mountain Ranch have reserved a large area for Lake Bronson members and guests to set up our Tiki Camp at the Squaw Mountain Annual Music Festival, August 18-21.

More details coming soon. In the meantime, make sure you've signed up and reserved your spot!

New to Nudism? So was I.

As a fairly social person, I enjoy meeting new people and it's always interesting hearing how someone came to be at a place like Lake Bronson. The stories run the gamut, from "I grew up at places like this," to "My [partner / spouse] convinced me to come," to "I was just looking for a nice lake to camp at and found that the nicest one was clothing-free." The common theme in all of them is how comfortable people feel here, much to many's surprise.


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