What do you bring to a Naturist Park?
(Pack like you're spending the day at the beach but forget to bring your swimsuit)
Seriously, if this is your first time at a Nudist park there are parts of your body that seldom - if ever - see the sun and can burn quickly. You’ll be reminded of your visit whenever you pull on your clothes.
This is Eastern Ontario. Enough said!
We strongly recommend that you protect your feet from stones and roots and things.
Nudity is not required except in the lake. If you’re shy or feeling sunburned you may want a long T-shirt or a pareo/Sarong to cover up with. A sun umbrella and stand can be useful.
FOOD and DRINK -- ESPECIALLY WATER
We draw water from the lake, the quality of which is too unpredictable to rely on. We have small quantities of bottled water available at nominal cost and a grocery is just a few minutes drive away in Calabogie. Oh, and a liquor store too.
To lie on, dry off with and to put between you and whatever you sit on.
CHAIRS or CHAISES
Lounges and chairs at the lake belong to individual club members, please bring your own.
Cameras are permitted, but don’t take anyone’s picture without their permission. And no photos of kids without their parents’ permission as well.
SWIM AIDS and TOYS
Our lake gets very deep, very quickly. If you or your kids are not strong swimmers we recommend you have some kind of float. Pool noodles are popular.
Canoes, Kayaks, Paddle Boards are all welcome. Please wash them down with a disinfectant first to guard against Zebra Mussels. Electric motors are okay. No gas engines please.
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC
Whatever you need for entertainment. Bring headphones for anything noisy please.
STRESS, TENSION, WORRIES?
Careful, these often get lost.