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Each year, AANR-West hosts a Youth Leadership Summer Camp Program that offers structured, supervised youth activities for children in a wholesome and safe nudist environment. The camps are held at various premium nudist resort locations throughout the western United States on a rotating basis.

 

If one has ever attended a Boy Scout or Girl Scout camp out, the activities are similar: tent camping, swimming, hiking, various crafts, smores around the campfire, and the traditional talent show on the last evening. Other workshops focus on self-esteem topics, being in a nudist environment, personal goals and much more.

 

Parents are welcome to help supervise. But just as parents are not required to attend scout, YMCA, sports or religious camps with their child, parents can decide if they want to have their children attend one of our Kid Camps without being present themselves.

 

Camp counselors are screened and go through extensive training and background checks.  Many come from professions ranging from law enforcement to paramedics, nurses, and educators making them especially well-suited to add to the safety and security of this experience.

 

The 2018 Schedule

Specific information about the 2018 camps are being finalized and an application for upcoming camps will be available soon in this space.  Pre-registration will be required.

 

Currently we have commitments from both Mountain Air Ranch in Colorado and Glen Eden Sun Club in California to host 4-day camps from Thursday through Sunday sometime during the summer.

 

We recommend that AANR members who have kids or grandkids who want to attend talk to their clubs or email Cyndi Faber at c.faber@aanrwest.org, for more information.

The American Association for Nude Recreation - Western Region

The American Association for Nude Recreation

Western Region

23679 Calabasas Road, Suite 966

Calabasas, CA 91302

information@aanrwest.org

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