Please read through our Frequently Asked Question page. Please contact us if you need additional information.
What do I bring to a Nudist Club? A light travel bag with at least one towel per person, sun block, any athletic equipment and shoes, a cover up for chilly days/nights or when you’ve had too much sun. Note: Polite nudist etiquette means that you always carry a towel to sit or lounge.
What activities does Mountaindale Sun Resort offer? Like any resort there is much to do! You may play lively smashball or pickleball games, hike on our many trails (trail maps available), shoot hoops or volleyball, relax with friends over a game of horseshoes, actively swim or lie by the pool, visit our hot tub, have a relaxing sauna. After all of that you may stay overnight in one of our many RV sites after an evening of fun in our club house.
What if I want to stay overnight and don’t have an RV? Contact our Club Host about guest housing through renting one of our Member cabins.
Do I have to get nude? Mountaindale Sun Resort allows visitors to remain clothed while touring the club the first time. The club expects guests to be “clothed when practical, nude when appropriate”. Nudity is required in the Pool, Spa, and Sauna.
What if I encounter someone I know at Mountaindale Sun Resort? You will find that many people enjoy the nudist lifestyle. They will respect your privacy as you will respect their privacy.
May I come out just for the day? Absolutely. While we do have excellent overnight accommodations, day visitors are always welcome. Daily fees are available on the rates page.
Do I need to be a member of Mountaindale Sun Resort to visit? No, but we are a membership organization. Non-Members must fill out a registration card upon their first visit. Members of other nudist organizations, such as AANR, TNS, INF or FCN are welcome.
Are singles welcome? Yes. We welcome anyone who visits the resort and adheres to our rules and behavior standards, as a family oriented nudist resort.
Can we bring our children? Of course! Mountaindale Sun Resort is a family resort – complete with a large playground, game room and children’s area.
My body is less than perfect. Will I feel out of place? You will quickly discover that people really do come in all shapes and sizes and that, as far as our bodies are concerned, all of us have nothing to hide. The benefits of nude recreation are based on acceptance of self and respecting the individuality and freedom of others.