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Lee Baxandall GRAND SLAM Volleyball Tournament Now held the second weekend in August August 9-11, 2019 We have always held our August volleyball Tournament on the 3rd weekend in August. But we have been regularly told that people do not attend because it conflicted with the Volleyball Canada Beach Nationals. So starting in 2019, the date has changed to the second weekend in August. And this year, Bodyfestis happening the same weekend as the August tournament!  If you register for volleyball, Bodyfest is included. If you don’t want to play volleyball, you can now get the same special pricing if you participate in Bodyfest! TheRead More →

We are pleased to announce two new instructors who are here to lead you in yoga, meditation, and belly dancing: Sharamine Clarke and Samantha Novak. Sharamine, a long-term, year-round Bare Oaks member, is a certified yoga instructor, belly dancing teacher, and drum circle leader. Samantha is a certified Yoga teacher from the United States who has recently moved to Ontario and is looking for an audience of interested parties that are wanting to share her passion for yoga. Sharamine Clarke Let your Body be the most beautiful thing you wear. Hatha Yoga for all levels all ages modified poses available Join me for a NudeRead More →

The 2017 Naked State Art Residency is off to a great start! Learn about this year’s artists: There are many opportunities for members and visitors to meet the artists, get involved in their work, and experience their art. Visitors and members of Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park are invited to attend the following: Mon 24, 8-9pm Stéphane Deschênes’ talk on naturism (main building, downstairs) Tue 25, 4-6pm  Wed 26, 4-6pm Half-hour scheduled studio visits (Outback and Marquis Tent in Glen Echo Field) The Naked State artists are interested in getting to know members of the Bare Oaks community, and would also love to answer anyRead More →

The Naked State Art Residency is off to a great start! See some of the artists at work: There are many opportunities for members and visitors to meet the artists, get involved in their work, and experience their art. Tue 9th, 2-5pm: No Object durational performance artwork without any objects, costume or clothing No Object is a multi-generational group of artists that produce performances in empty spaces without any objects, costume or any clothing. Working from this minimalist aesthetics, the group is continuing to challenge itself with a focus on the potential of the body. Sympathy, empathy, trust, gaining strength and energy from the group are important componentsRead More →

5km colour fun run through the park. It’s a FUN run so you don’t have to be a pro. You can run, jog, walk… Date: July 1, 2016 Registration: 9 am Start Time: 10 am Organized by The Nude Run 5k who have been doing it in the US since 2011. The “colour” aspect of the run is that runners are showered with coloured corn starch at various stages of the course. It is inspired by the Holi Hindu Festival (also known as the festival of colours) where participants douse each other with coloured powder and water. Get more info and register at: EVERYONE is welcome! RegistrationRead More →

On Friday July 31st, we will have the privilege of a very special ceremony by a very special guest. Jake Charles of the First Nation of the Chippewas of Georgina Island will be performing the traditional sweat lodge ceremony at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park. Traditionally, the First Nations people had no shame about their bodies and truly lived in harmony with nature. Their culture was very much in keeping with naturist ideals. We believe that by holding this traditional sweat lodge ceremony in a naturist environment it will make the experience even more authentic. Jake describes the ceremony as follows: The Sweat Lodge isRead More →

Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park has worked with THEMUSEUM to organize a clothes-free evening in the Getting Naked exhibit of nude art on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 7pm to 10pm. You can buy your tickets here. If you want to use Facebook to invite others, here is the event. If you prefer Google+, here is the event. By being nude themselves, the viewers will experience an atypical relationship with the art. No longer in a position of being a mere voyeurs, the exhibit guests will become part of the works themselves as they explore their own feelings in relation to the artists’ intent. THEMUSEUMRead More →

We have many events all summer!  A few highlights: GTA Naturist Volleyball Tournament – 8th Annual June 27-29 Special prices! Family Weekend July 18-20 Special prices!  Lee Baxandall Memorial Volleyball Tournament August 15-17 Special prices!  …and many, many more events throughout the summer and the year! See our events page. Or follow our Twitter feed. Or subscribe to our calendar. (you need a calendar program that supports .ics subscriptions – such as Outlook)Read More →

There has been a rumour going around that children are not welcome at the Halloween Dinner and Dance. It is the policy of Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park that nobody is excluded from any park-sanctioned activity. That includes events organized by volunteer members and approved by the social committee. With regards to the upcoming Halloween Dinner and Dance, we have spoken to the organizers and they told us that they are not excluding children from attending. In order to emphasize this, they are now offering a half-price ($10) ticket for children 10 and under. There certainly are events at Bare Oaks that may be better suitedRead More →

The town of East Gwillimbury is made up of several small villages – Mount Albert, Sharon, Holland Landing, Queensville, River Drive Park, Holt, and Brown Hill.  There are many things to do in those communities. Here are a few that you can do as part of your visit to Bare Oaks: Shop at the Farmers’ Market Saturday, 8am to 1pm East Gwillimbury operates a Farmer’s Market from late May until early October. This is the 3rd season. It is a small and vibrant market where you can purchase goods from local producers and learn about area businesses. It is held at the East Gwillimbury CivicRead More →