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|Singles Information. This is a list of the singles policies of the clubs and resorts in the United States. (This list is being updated constantly.)|
|AREA 51 at Witch Wells in Arizona. We have 100 very Private acres we use for Wilderness camping in Eastern Arizona. We welcome fellow naturists to come out and join us camping. FREE. No water yet, trying to get a well put in now. Singles welcome. Singles-friendly Visit the site for additional information.|
|Arizona Oasis of the Sun (formerly Arizona Hidden Valley Retreat) has been sold and there is no longer a facility.|
|The Arizona Royal Villa Hotel for Gay Men brings you over 25 years experience in the hotel industry. We are centrally located and only minutes from shopping, restaurants, and bars. The Royal Villa provides an adult-oriented clothing optional (nudity allowed) atmosphere that offers privacy, comfort, and cleanliness for those guests in town on business or simply enjoying a getaway vacation. We offer many different sizes and types of rooms to fit your needs. Choose from our Deluxe Rooms (typical hotel room) up to our furnished 1 Bedroom Suite with fully functional kitchen equipped with stove/oven & microwave and our recently refurbished, romantic Safari Suite overlooking the pool. Singles-friendly Visit the site for additional information.|
|Arizona Wildflowers is one of the largest travel clubs (aka: non-landed) in AANR, with over 200 adult members. We began in 1980 as a small group of friends, but are now a proprietary club. If you feel that your concepts of social nudism are in agreement with ours, we would welcome you to join our group for a pool party or a campout, a potluck, or a special event. Singles-friendly but singles are limited to 20 percent of membership. Visit the site for additional information.|
|AZ Lagoon del Sol Bed and Breakfast is located just North of Phoenix, AZ. 2012 It is a part of the Clothing Optional Home Network, which is a group of homes offering a private, Clothing Optional / Nudist Bed and Breakfast style experience. These very special homes are a favorite for travelers seeking a quiet, relaxing, romantic destination. All C-O-H-N homes offer gourmet breakfasts, European sunbathing and luxuriously appointed guest rooms. We realize our guests want choices and that is why we are clothing optional. We follow AANR Priciples & Standards and our philosophy is based on common sense. If this is your first time at a clothing optional resort, you may wear something until you are more comfortable. This very private, elegant home nestled in a quiet neighborhood has a sophisticated yet comfortable feel and features 12 ft ceilings, crown moldings, custom paint and furnishings throughout. The home is completely private from the street so clothing is optional throughout. The spacious Formal Living Room is set for your enjoyment with shuffle board table, pool table, bar table & chairs and an elegant Formal Dining table. The safari inspired Family/Great Room has a gas fireplace, shutters, a widescreen HD TV and opens to a chef inspired Island Kitchen with breakfast bar and breakfast table. Outside there is a pool, heated spa and plenty of sunshine! Rates vary by the season, but a full breakfast is always included with your stay. You can see details of this lovely home at the website or call 866-268-8852 for more details.|
|Buff-A-Teers. Members of the Buff-A-Teers are families and singles who love the sun, the nudist lifestyle, and the benefits of healthful living. They meet at members' homes for monthly business meetings, games, socializing, potluck dinners, and special holida celebrations. Email 'buffateers (at) email.com'.|
|Canyon State Naturists organization is the largest Naturist camping club in the country, with over 800 members. The site contains: Frequently Asked Questions about the organization; Calendar of Events; Arizona Resources & Information; other Naturist/Nudist Organizations in Arizona; Photos; Members Site and more. Excellent website with a lot of information. (Note: MIDI on site). Singles-friendly! Visit the site for additional information.|
|Casa Blanca Hot Spring Report. 2011. Experience CASA BLANCA HOT SPRING, Tonopah, Arizona, where it has never snowed. [Casa Blanca Hot Spring is separate from the former naturist facility we owned next door, which we sold in 2005. Casa Blanca Hot Spring is its own place and is not an RV park, campground or resort.] We offer four RV sites with electric and water, shared dump stations, two natural hot mineral water showers, tent space, the labyrinth, and a six person tub for natural soaking. The temperature of the water in the tub can be controlled by adding less or more hot water. The 2007 edition of the best hot springs guidebook available, HOT SPRINGS & HOT POOLS OF THE SOUTHWEST, BAJA, & HAWAII is on sale for Half Price. The 2011 edition is on sale for $2 off. There's a one bedroom naturist friendly older house and a single room with private entrance and toilet for rent. Both include unlimited soaking. The Dechen Ling Retreat Cabin is available for solo silent or open retreats, including a private soak. A log cabin houses an indoor shower, sink, toilet, washer & dryer. The stone labyrinth beckons you to walk its peaceful path. A massage table is available for common use. A local massage therapist is usually available. The star gazing is great. If you have a responsible, quiet, friend or two, feel free to bring them along. There are numerous local attractions, including Wildlife World Zoo, hockey, football, and baseball spring training stadia, petroglyphs, wild burros, nude hiking in the nearby mountains and more. All services are within walking distance. Please email or call ahead. [No part of this post may be reprinted or republished for commercial use without express permission of the authors. For personal and club use only. Copyright 2011 Camilla Van Sickle & Bill Pennington. Marca Registrata NUDISK]|
|El Dorado Hot Spring is under new ownership. Visit the site for additional information.|
|Kaiser Warm Spring Report. 2006. Directions: From Burrow Creek Campground, take Hwy 93 north 5.5 miles to Kaiser Wash Bridge. Park well off the pavement just north of the bridge and head southwest down the canyon for 1.5 miles to the spring. One may also take the turnoff north of the bridge and go under the bridge for nice shaded parking and walk down the canyon. If one has a high clearance 4WD vehicle, go north to Signal Road to turn around and head back south. 0.1 miles south of MM 134 (about a quarter mile north of the bridge) go right (southwest) over the cattle guard and follow the dirt track. Take the second left at 0.3 miles and go 0.9 miles to the canyon. Walk down the canyon to the right 0.7 miles to the spring. Report: The soaking pool at Kaiser Warm Spring is now about three feet lower than the wonderful cement pool and shade structure that was swept away by incredible flooding last winter. The whole canyon has been scoured out; what a scene! It is now utterly impossible to drive but a short way down the canyon. I parked at the edge and walked; there had been recent flooding too and it didn't seem like a good idea to leave the beloved 4WD Geo Tracker in the canyon. Odorless and tasteless natural mineral water at about 100 degrees bubbles up through the sandy canyon floor. The four person volunteer built stone and sand pool is about fifteen inches deep and averages in the mid 90's depending on air temperature and wind speed. 150 yards farther down the canyon, cold Burro Creek flows most of the year. Large pink and yellow boulders beckon sunbathers. Nude soaking and hiking (when it's warm enough) are the only sensible choice. Free nude camping anywhere in the area, but don't camp on the floor of the canyon if there's any chance of precipitation anywhere in the area. [No part of this post may be reprinted or republished for commercial use without express permission of the authors. For personal and club use only. Copyright 2005 Camilla Van Sickle & Bill Pennington. Marca Registrata NUDISK]|
|Magic Circle. 2006. Quartzsite, Arizona. Recognized by The Naturist Society and is on the BLM's (Bureau of Land Management) Laposa South Long Term Visitor Area. The Magic Circle is on public land, has been used as nude for 11 years with signage, the ranger station will give directions to our nude area, we don't charge anyone but the BLM does. We have potluck's each month, outings to hot springs, to restaurants, to landed nudist resorts and then there is all the things to do in Quartzsite and surrounding area. The fee for use of the area and the trash and sewer dump and water station is $20 per week or $150 for the season (6mo) and is paid to the BLM, we don't charge anything but do accept donations to help defray the cost of signage and handouts giving visitors news of upcoming events, potlucks, bonfires, gatherings by clubs, visits to hot springs, etc. Since there is no shoreline we have to completely surround our area with signs warning of nude sunbathing and we MUST remain in our area while nude, and not climb on top of our RV's nude. Other than that we have a good relationship with the rangers and last year there wasn't one complaint registered with the rangers. There is lots to do in the area and Quartzsite has the worlds biggest flea-market ever, along with the gem & mineral shows in Jan & Feb. Directions: From Quartzsite, Az go south on highway 95 to mile marker 102 and watch on the left for the ranger station for the La Posa south Long Term Visitor area (LTV). That is where you will pay for your sticker and can get directions to the nude area, but after getting your sticker you can just continue on the paved road and then on the dirt road and watch for the American & TNS flags on the right. Don't try to go any further without stopping at the flags and seeing Mayor Jim. We have had several RV's stuck in the wash because they didn't get directions on where to go from the mayor's flags. Also the mayor will give you a flyer with news of the upcoming events. No website at the current time. Email Dick for additional information. Additional contacts: (Summer months: James Helsel HCR 33 Box33965 Ely, Nv. 89301). (Winter months: James Helsel Box 1045 Quartzsite, Az 85346) The phone numbers are (land line in summer 775-591-0422) and (cell phone number all year 602-538-3751) Jim has two hearing aids but doesn't always hear the cell phone.|
|Mira Vista Resort is one of the world's most unique nudist resorts, with buildings dating to 1852. It has quickly become a favorite vacation destination. The world-class accommodations and dining, set within the beautiful historic grounds, are unmatched. Luxurious guest rooms and suites retain the original quality and charm, along with tasteful modernizing and plush amenities. Visit Mira Vista to experience the beautiful Southwest and walk in the footsteps of history. Visit the site for additional information.|
|Mira Vista Resort Report. February 2011. I had the opportunity to stay at the Mira Vista Resort in Marana (Tucson) during my annual buying trip to the gem and mineral shows where I acquire inventory for my shop. I stayed for five nights. I have been staying at Mira Vista during these trips ever since they opened four years ago. I wrote a trip report after my first stay and if you are interested in the history of the property, you should refer to that report. Or, you can visit the Mira Vista website for a full overview of the resort including its history.
Since my first visit, two of the three couples that held the resort in joint ownership sold their shares to the third couple and present owners, Wayne and Suzanne Schell; they also own Laguna del Sol near Sacramento. Wayne and Suzanne are strong supporters of AANR; Suzanne is currently serving as a trustee for AANR. The membership of Mira Vista is 100% AANR.
The latest improvements to the resort have been the start of construction of Casitas of Mira Vista which is a condominium complex that will consist of 115 units in 19 buildings. The architecture and prices are quite attractive and one should visit the Mira Vista web site for more information. During my stay, the network of driveways was paved. Construction had not yet begun on the structures although the utilities appeared to be in place.
Because the construction was somewhat behind schedule, the crews worked from sun up to sun down six days per week; so it was a bit noisy. The cabins and resort facilities were shielded from the construction by privacy fences and tarps. There were a few spaces between some of the tarps and some club members said that some of the construction workers liked to break for lunch near those spaces. Most did not mind and we agreed that perhaps that was the way to get a couple of converts, or at least a few willing to give the facilities a try.
The staff is accommodating and friendly. Brent is the manager. Stacy, his wife, works as a waitress some days in the restaurant. And Jan takes the reservations, manages the check in desk, and gives the introductory tours. None of the staff go nude and I am not sure they are nudists. Some members thought they are nudists, but purposely do not mingle nude so as not to receive too much advise or complaints from the members should the appear more like friends rather than managers and staff. But, that is only conjecture on the part of the members.
The resort has a swimming pool for laps, a pool for volley ball, a conversation pool, a tennis court, and a spa. They also have a recreation room with ping pong tables and pool tables. There is quite a nice fitness room with all sorts of fitness machines that look like torture to me, but are top of the line for those who like gyms. There is a room for massage by appointment; water massage is also offered.
The restaurant was very good and very moderately priced being no more expensive than a family-type restaurant in town. A full service lounge is available so one can mingle in the lounge or have a drink with their meal in the restaurant. I have heard that the chef was leaving after Superbowl Sunday. I do not know if they found another or not. The restaurant is a weak point of the resort because it is not open every day. Members have to dress and eat in town those days. But, that is not a bad situation because there are many attractions to see in the Tucson area including the Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park. For the first couple of years, one could not be in the reception area, restaurant, or lounge while nude. Dave Landman, one of the previous owners, successfully lobbied the Arizona state legislature to change the laws so that one can be nude in those places. It was nice not having to dress for dinner.
The resort also has a lounge-clubhouse. On the Saturday night I was there, they had a screening of the Rocky Picture Horror Show in that building. It was quite fun and we made a mess of the place (with management’s blessings) as the show is audience interactive. My only complaint is that one foul-mouthed club member was there and some people left because of her. A few other members did not care for her comments, but endured and stayed for the show. The venue was for adults, and some off colored language is to be expected, but I thought this one lady crossed the line. The show was fun though. Some members were in street clothes, some dressed in character, and some were nude. I had never been to a screening of this movie. I understand that it has quite a cult following. The foul-mouthed lady had stopped counting after seeing the show for 150 times. I suspect that the "cult" had come up with all the vulgar comments and that she member was merely shouting what she would at a regular showing. If one wants to see the movie, a nudist resort is certainly a good place to do so.
All in all, the resort is much the same quiet resort as it has been during my four years of staying there during my business trips. But, the trips are always in February which is the slow time of the resort. I hear that they are much busier for most of the rest of the year. I highly recommend visiting the resort. The rooms are nicely furnished, the facilities have a lot to offer, and the local members are very friendly. I never had a problem of finding someone to have dinner with or visit with in the conversation pool or spa. I look forward to visiting the resort during next year’s buying trip. Thanks GR82Bbare for the report.
|Mira Vista resort in Tucson, Arizona. May 2007. I just spent 3 great days at Mira Vista resort in Tucson, meeting a great couple who didn't mind a single hanging out with them. On Wednesday we were the only 3 people there although several day-users joined us during the days, but my Thursday there were quite a few more people there, both singles and couples. The resort has a great staff starting with Patty who fills in for the owner Jan on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, while Jan went out of her way to make me comfortable. Their cook/bartender Girard (sp!) is a great cook and very personable. Everyone else I dealt with were great as well. The rooms are old but nice. My Standard room was big enough for 1 or 2 people but the Deluxe rooms were really nice! Room number 31 allows you to get the sun from the 6 a.m. sunrise early, perfect for your morning coffee! And at 65 degree's at that time of the morning it was quite comfortable to "coffee" in the nude. Nice pool and pool area with a great shade pavillion to allow you to get out of the burning sun. It's easy to get to while being not too far out of town. I don't know if the $90.00/night price is in line with other resorts around the country but it was worth paying. It was my very first Resort experience, and I couldn't have asked for a better one! Thanks Dael for the report.|
|Mira Vista Resort Report. May 2006. The new Mira Vista resort in Marana, Arizona is a small and intimate facility. Mira Vista opened for business during the first week of May 2006. I was on-site on May 9 during the second week of business. Located in the desert about two miles south of I-10 and north of Tucson about 23 miles, the resort is a pleasant respite for the clothing-optional crowd. Unlike almost all nude and clothing optional resorts, currently Mira Vista does not have a gate. The entry road is a 1/4 mile in length from the surface road. The resort comprises 30 acres. Mira Vista is a partnership of Laguna Del Sol, DeAnza Springs, and Paradise Lakes. Historically, the main building encompasses an original stagecoach way station from the 1800s. The original bathtub is ensconced in a fixture next to the wall. The air conditioning in the main area was fine and operational as I was there in Mid-May and the outside temperature was over 100 degrees F (38 C). A small restaurant is located in the main building. The restaurant is only open from Thursday - Monday, currently. Also included is a lounging area. All the buildings, rooms, and accommodations have been redecorated and upgraded over the past year. The pool is of average size for a small resort, approximately 40’ by 18’. Next to the pool is a large "Ramada" or covered area providing shade and respite from the sun. The ramada will be used for gatherings, BBQs, parties etc. The ramada is especially nice in the evening. There are 17 rooms which are large by comparison to hotel rooms. A separate shower and bathroom accommodations are also on-site for day guests. A well furnished sport/gym room is in an airconditioned building. In another building is a Yoga studio, quite large with mirrors and natural wood flooring. Could be used as a dance studio, also. A nice tennis court and hot tub were isolated from the swimming pool area offering introspection without noise or interference. All the grounds are well manicured in the desert motif typical of southern Arizona. As a new resort, there might be some limitations. However, the club already signed over 75 members in the first two weeks of operation. The current manager was the former owner of the site before selling to the consortium listed above. His pride in his facility is obvious. Although new to nudism and clothing optional lifestyle, he seemed well versed in proper nudist educate. I was asked for my AANR card and registration was typical of any AANR or TNS affiliated facility. Mira Vista is a clothing-optional facility in Arizona with plenty of room for physical activity, pampering, relaxation, and meditative enlightenment. I look forward to spending more time on-site with my wife. This report is brought to you by 'COguy'. You can find him on the message board with the same name/alias.|
|Mira Vista Resort Report. 2006. Some folks have asked for a report about Mira Vista and this one is happily given. Everything about Mira Vista, which means "Beautiful View" in Spanish, lives up to that name. Watching the sun set over nearby mountains and seeing the soft glow of the moon on adjacent Safford Peak was both inspiring and soothing. Mira Vista not only feels and looks like a home run, it's a home run with the bases loaded! Located only minutes off I-10, in Marana, Aridzone, Mira Vista is as easy to reach as it could be while still being away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Tucson. One of the things that makes Mira Vista unique among Naturenude venues is that it's owned by a team of experienced nudist park owners; Dave & Helen Landman (Dave was the one who "found" the property), owners of DeAnza Springs in Jacumba, California, which, with more than 500 acres is one of the largest parks in the country; Suzanne & Wayne Schell, owners of Laguna del Sol in Wilton, California, one of the most luxurious nude resorts in the US; and Becky & Joe Lettelleir, owners of Paradise Valley in Dawsonville, Georgia and Paradise Lakes in Land 'O Lakes, Florida, the club with the most members of any in the world. Another unique feature is that Mira Vista and all the other resorts named above will offer an Ultimate Membership to full members. The Ultimate Membership entitles the holder to up to 45 days at each of the other resorts. But let's return to the front desk where one is greeted by pleasant and informative Jan Pitts. Jan lives nearby and is a practicing nudist, so she knows how to make guests arriving for a clothes free or clothing optional experience feel comfortable with her warm personal charm and her extensive knowledge of the area. After the sign-in process is completed, Jan takes guests on a tour of the grounds, regaling them with bits of the extensive history of the place while showing them the inviting restaurant, the sitting room, the gift shop, and the fully equipped and air conditioned exercise room which will soon be complimented by a large new spa building. If you're a day visitor, your tour ends at the perfectly heated pool which is large enough to swim laps and if you're staying overnight, your tour ends at your room. The pool area has many comfortable chaise lounges, some in the sun and some in partial shade, but it also has a huge shaded cabana for those wishing to be outside but not in the sun. A lovely waterfall flows and lulls poolside loungers to sleep. At night, lights make the whole area a fantasy land. There is free ice water and showers and toilets just off to the side. The hot tub is in a huge stone arched structure entwined with plants. It's well shaded but at night, enough moonlight and starlight come in to make it a special experience. The temperature is just perfect for those hot days -- refreshing, but not too warm. The temperature is also adjusted according to the season of the year, with it being warmer in winter and cooler in summer, part of the fine tuning for guest comfort that Mira Vista is all about. Natural desert plants, including dozens of giant saguaro cacti are all over the grounds at Mira Vista, adding to the southwest ambiance. There is plenty of parking, including for large RV's (hookups and dump station to be added) of which there were four during this visit. Because vegetative and topographical screening makes Mira Vista it's own private island, even though it's very close to the city, one has the feeling of being just far enough out in the country. One of the most impressive things about Mira Vista is the restaurant, currently open Thursday through Monday for three meals daily. The food and service rate as the best of the best of any naturist park. Karen Beck and Gerard Convie make up a team that not only makes guests feel welcome, but also leaves them well fed from an eclectic variety of perfectly prepared and warmly served dishes. A full beverage license enables guests to enjoy their favorite libation, ranging from an unclothed diet coke to a Naked Captain Morgan. Karen and Gerard create such a warm atmosphere, it's impossible to even think about putting on clothes to eat elsewhere. All windows from the restaurant also afford a wonderful view of the mountains and surrounding countryside. Karin and Gerard are part and parcel of the warm feelings at Mira Vista where, it's happy to report, 100% of the guests were enjoying the superb facilities the nude and natural way. Keith Bradkowski is the General Manager of Mira Vista and he's ever watchful, always making sure things run smoothly, be it skimming the pool to keep it crystal clear, greeting incoming guests and making them feel at home, or answering the phone in a warm voice that makes one want to reserve a room without even having seen the place. He has a way of making guests feel welcome that's appreciated very much. Nude hiking opportunities abound outside of Marana and Tucson. There are several primitive nude friendly hot springs not far away, as well as commercial and dreamy Potters Aztec Baths, basic Essence Of Tranquility, and super clean Kachina Mineral Baths. Even more nude friendly is El Dorado Hot Springs in Tonopah with a separate nude only community area, as well as lodging, camping, and therapeutic massage. Shangri La Nudist Park offering full RV and resort services is conveniently located only 2.5 hours away from Mira Vista, 35 miles north of Phoenix in New River. Inquire for more information. Stay tuned for news on planned condos and an RV park. Mira Vista is going nowhere but up! Mira Vista Nudist Resort, 7501 N Wade Road, Tucson, Arizona 85743. Website: http://www.miravistaresort.com [No part of this post may be reprinted or republished for commercial use without express permission of the authors. For personal and club use only. Copyright 2005 Camilla Van Sickle & Bill Pennington. Marca Registrata NUDISK]|
|Palm Canyon and Kofa National Wildlife Refuge Report. December 2006. Palm Canyon is in Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, created to protect the largest herd of bighorn desert sheep on this continent. The canyon is also home to rare native fan palms, leftovers surviving in a micro climate that's existed from millennia ago when the area was wetter and cooler; the trees receive less than two hours of sun daily and less than six inches of rain yearly, yet they're thriving in a tiny side canyon a hundred feet off the main canyon floor. The (clothed) climb up to them is very strenuous, but worth it to find more than two dozen mature palm trees with trunk diameters of 20 inches or more existing on subterranean (more like sub rock) water in a barren wasteland... (click preceding link to read the rest of the report.)|
|Saddle Mountain Nude Hiking, Arizona. December 2006. We had a nice nude hike yesterday on the south side of Saddle Mountain and found some really interesting petroglyphs. Most interesting of all, we found a single rock which not only had a nice petroglyph on it, but it also had a grinding slick on top, A grinding slick was used by Native Americans to grind grain much the same way a metate was, only it was on a flat surface instead of in a hole. There were also a few other petroglyphs around. Photos available on request. Folks frequently ask where a good nude hike can be found and this one is a winner. One could hike nude for more than 10 miles amidst stunning scenery and probably never see another person. If we had seen other people, we would have stayed nude in that remote location. Naturally, after the hike, we went back to El Dorado Hot Springs in Tonopah, Arizona for a nice relaxing soak. Directions: From I-10 Exit 94 at Tonopah, Arizona, take 411th Avenue south for 3 miles. Turn right (west) on Buckeye Salome Highway and go for three miles or so to MM 41.5; the numbers are going down, so the turn is 0.5 miles after MM 42. Turn left on a dirt track and follow it 2.5 miles to the end, bearing left at the first intersection and right at the second. Walk west, following the closed road and after crossing the third large wash, trails lead right toward the mountain and the saddle that cleaves it, hence it's name. About 150 yards away from the old road, on the trail leading toward the saddle, the last wash that one crossed on the way in comes in on the right, angling toward the trail. The grinding slick and petroglyphs are right near the edge of the wash. High clearance only and 4wd recommended. If one doesn't have a high clearance vehicle, simply park any place off the road and walk. Farther up the trail into the saddle, there's a water catchment and if one is really lucky, one might spot the big horn sheep which live in the area. Other interesting local sites which can be hiked to nude include the largest and deepest pair of metates we've ever seen and a natural stone arch. [No part of this post may be reprinted or republished for commercial use without express permission of the authors. For personal and club use only. Copyright 2007 Camilla Van Sickle & Bill Pennington. Marca Registrata NUDISK]|
|SANS (Southern Arizona Naturist Society). P.O. Box 16753, Tucson, Az 85732-6753. We have two events a month. Our events include one house party and one campout. Sometimes we will have a third event for the month. We are mostly singles. This will be open to all clubs. There will be no charge. Singles Friendly. No website at the current time. (Email address removed due to bouncing.)|
|Shangri La II Resort. We are family and couples oriented. Shangri La II Resort emphasizes the freedom of choice. You select the activity that suits you from quiet relaxation in the spa, sauna or on the pool deck, to swimming, volleyball, water volleyball, tennis, shuffleboard, basketball, horseshoes or hiking trails. A clubhouse, children's playground and laundry are available. The pool is maintained at a comfortable temperature year round. Our clubhouse features a large fireplace, pool table, ping-pong table, electronic darts, and a big screen TV with VCR. A library of books and games are available for your enjoyment. Shangri La II Resort is located only a 45 minute drive (mostly interstate) from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Shangri La II Resort has full hookup trailer/RV sites, water and electric trailer/RV sites, and tent camping. Lodging accommodations include deluxe, standard, and bedroom-only rental units. Singles-friendly! Visit the site for additional information.|
|Shangri La II Resort Report. September 2006. I have put off going to the nude ranch for a long time but today was my first. So nice - swimming nude as required by the signs and living that way for the day. Not very busy during the week but the office said on weekends it's very busy -would like to be there then. So many to look at as there are all ages & sizes. From very hairy to clean. During the week the cafe is closed but Fri, Sat. & Sun its open. Warm enough for the pool and all the sunning you want. It's great for all. Thanks Arizguy for the report.|
|Southwest Naturist Network (SWNN) is an Arizona based clothing-optional travel/camping organization which was formed in 2005 and already numbers over 450 individual members; families with children, couples and singles throughout the United States. We are affiliated with the American Association for Nude Recreation, the American Association for Nude Recreation, Western Region and support the goals and guidelines of The Naturist Society of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. It is our mission to promote a safe and secure network of all who celebrate the freedom and wholeness of a clothing-optional lifestyle. The Southwest Naturist Network enhances a healthy self attitude that comes from realizing our connection to mind, body and spirit. Members of SWNN are of all ages and backgrounds, welcome without any discrimination. You will find families with children playing alongside many singles, teens, young couples, and grandparents at our outings. It is important to note that you are not required to be nude at our events. When you're ready to enjoy the freedom of social nudity, you will feel safe among the friendliest people you will ever meet. Naturism is a way of life in harmony with nature, characterized in part by the practice of communal nudity, with the intention of encouraging respect for oneself, respect for others, and respect for the environment. Visit the site for additional information.|
|Watson Wash Hot Well. Note: BLM capped this resource in 2006.|
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