Looking for something to do this Saturday?  It’s time for the annual winter nude volleyball tournament in London, Ontario. Feeling a bit of cabin fever? In a mood for some exercise after all the holiday feasting? We have the solution! Everyone is welcome no matter what your level and even if you’ve never played before. Date Saturday, January 4th, 2014 Location Spikes Indoor Beach Volleyball, 120 Weston Street, London Ontario Google Map: http://goo.gl/maps/cvFK7 RSVP & Questions volleyball@bareoaks.ca Details: A, B, Novice Plus, and Novice Divisions (No co-ed restrictions) Medal for all winners!  Note: We only run 4 courts so to ensure that everyone plays as muchRead More →

Free Bare Oaks baseball cap for each player registered by June 1st. (That’s this Saturday) This year there is a $500 Cash Prize for the top 6×6 team!  And lots of other prizes for everyone else. Bring your own team and the organizer plays free! 7th Annual Greater Toronto Naturist Volleyball Tournaments (June 28 – July 1) Lee Baxandall Memorial Volleyball Tournament (Aug. 16 – 18) www.BareOaks.ca/volleyballRead More →

Spikes Beach Volleyball 120 Weston Street London, Ontario Saturday, January 5th, 9am registration start. Please RSVP to volleyball@BareOaks.ca ASAP. Click for Facebook Event or Google Plus EventRead More →

There’s a lot of volleyball going on at Bare Oaks.  Last year was our first year to have regular casual volleyball games on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm. Then our first tournament of the year was the 5th Annual Greater Toronto Naturist Volleyball Tournaments. That was followed by a mini-tournament held during the FCN Naturist Festival in August. Finally, we added a second tournament – the inaugural Lee Baxandall Memorial Volleyball Tournament championship. (August 26-28, 2011) This last tournament was created after a Southern-Ontario club decided to stop hosting their popular annual competition and another Toronto-area club that used to have a large championship wasRead More →

Yesterday, the York Region Department of Health Inspector gave us the green light to announce that the pool is open!! The picture shows the first people to jump into the pool this year. But the water was cold. While the sun is shining on the solar heaters, it is a slow process. So we will be giving them a bit of a boost with the propane heater in time for the weekend. The weather forecast predicts temperatures as high as 29ºC! The Bare Bistro is back to summer hours so you can have a drink or a meal any day. Go to the restaurant’s websiteRead More →

This afternoon, the York Region Department of Health Inspector has given us the green light to announce that the pool is open!! Since we’ve been heating it all week, the water is at a very comfortable 29ºC (84ºF). And with the sun finally shining on the solar collectors, expect that to keep climbing! Also, the volleyball aficionados in the park have decided that every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm is volleyball time. Everyone is welcome to join in!  Don’t know how to play?  That’s OK, they’ll happily teach you.Read More →

Indoor Naturist New Year’s Volleyball Tournament London, Ontario Saturday Jan 2nd RSVP: volleyball@BareOaks.ca Location Spikes Indoor Beach Volleyball 120 Weston Street http://www.spikes.on.ca Click here to see a map. Details Signup and registration: 9am Game play: 10am-6pm All play is NUDE, unless your parent requested otherwise! Cost: about $15 per person with a $30 family rate depending how many show (we are just covering cost of rental & prizes) Spikes now has 4 beach volleyball courts. Levels A 4 on 4 B 4 on 4 Novice Plus 6 on 6 Novice 6 on 6 Click here to subscribe to the Volleyball Newsletter Hotel Recommendations by Chris:Read More →

(click on the image to enlarge) Our 3rd annual volleyball tournament was a great success! We more than doubled the number of teams and players over last year. Game play went from 11am to 4pm each weekday and from 10 am – 3pm on the weekend. The sand court and 3 grass courts were very busy all the time. We have determined that next year’s tournament will require at least one more court to keep up. The final count was: Wednesday’s King and Queen tournament: 38 players Thursday’s 4X4 tournament: 5 teams Friday’s Woman’s Breast Cancer tournament: 2 teams of 6 Friday’s Men’s Prostate CancerRead More →