For weeks people have been asking when they will be able to come and camp. Some very patient folks have been making reservations and resolutely moving them forward as we waited for the government to reopen short-term camping. Well that day has finally arrived!! The government is allowing us to enter stage 2 reopening which means that starting on Friday June 19th: Overnight camping is allowed The Bare Bistro patio is open The pool is open (assuming the York Region Health inspector comes in time to approve it) As we have announced previously, you can also book cabins, guest rooms, and visit for the day.Read More →

In addition to the new cabins that were mentioned in an earlier blog, we have also improved our guestrooms. The rooms always featured a comfortable bed, linens, and a Keurig coffee maker with supplies. But they now also have a small fridge and HD Television. The television feature 10 local, over-the-air, HD channels. It seems that most people have forgotten that this is an option. If you are near urban areas, you do not need to pay $100/month to a cable or satellite company. A few decades ago, that’s how most people got their TV channels. Over-the-air TV is not only legally free, the qualityRead More →

The cabins are ready! To encourage some early use, we’re offering half price until June 16th.  Don’t worry if it’s cold – they’re fully heated. The cabins sleep up to 6 and feature a kitchenette with a small fridge and microwave. Outside there is a picnic table and a BBQ with a side burner. The cabin comes with linens, basic dishes and utensils.  Since you don’t need clothes either, packing will be very light and easy!! But there are only 4 available. So make sure you call ahead and reserve. Get the coupon at: Details and more photos at: More →

Many people have asked about the 3 cabins parked in our front lot. Those are our new Cozy Cabin accommodations.  They will eventually join the single cabin that arrived in the fall. (as soon as the snow melts and the ground dries out) The cabins fill a gap in our overnight options. They are an affordable choice for people who want a ready place to stay – either because they don’t own a tent or camper; are coming from far away (e.g. overseas); or just want the convenience of having everything set for them when they arrive. The cabins are insulated and equipped with double-paneRead More →

At Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park, we are committed to ensuring that there are affordable options for everyone who wants to visit us. We’ve always had unserviced campsites (only $5/night), serviced campsites, and guest rooms. We have now added a new, more luxurious (and therefore more expensive) option: a rental trailer. This park model unit offers all the amenities that you would expect to find in a vacation home: One bedroom with Queen-size bed Full bathroom Full kitchen with stove & fridge Large living room & dining room area with sofa-bed Basic dishes and utensils provided Bed linens and bathroom towels provided Things to bring with you:Read More →