Road Cleanup Work Party

Breakfast will be served at 9:30 and a lunch after road cleanup is done.  Hot tub afterwards or grab some time in our wood-fired sauna. 

AANR-NW Spring 2023 Board Meeting

Join us to watch or help plan for AANR-NW. The meeting will be hosted by Sun Meadow Sun Seekers, the travel club that replaced Sun Meadow, and which includes the neighborhood in front of the former Sun Meadow Resort. Meetings will be held in members’ homes located within the Estates. All meetings will be held indoors and a DJ dance is planned. More details will be coming.

Naked Mountain Biking: A Sunset Ride!

How to Find us: From Hwy 97 southbound, Exit onto Knotts Rd. travel East. Turn right onto China Hat Rd. Turn Left onto Forest Service Rd NF-1815. Fallow NF-1815 to Horse Butte parking area on the left.

Riding naked into the sunset! The High Desert sunsets over the Cascade Mountains are amazing. This portion of the Coyote loop trail starting and ending at Horse Butte is 10-miles. This signal track trail has some challenging areas for the experienced rider. However, it is still not too tricky for the novice rider. Starting at horse Butte, we’ll ride east towards Boyd Cave. Then riding west into the sunset, stopping at a ridge top vantage point. Watching the sun setting behind the Cascades. The trailhead is only a 15-minute ride, allowing us plenty of time to finish the ride before it gets too dark. We have ridden this trail through the high desert several times, and it has always proved to be a fantastic adventure.

Naked biking should be fun, pleasant, relaxing, refreshing, exhilarating, exciting, and enjoyable. Everyone should feel comfortable riding naked. Please keep in mind that all nudist activities are strictly non-sexual. We expect all riders to be familiar with the etiquette of nude recreation. And will conduct yourself appropriately.


DISCLAIMER: Mountain biking can be dangerous, that’s why we wear helmets. Mountain biking naked, more so. Wandering Bare events are not led by paid, professional guides. By joining Wandering Bare you accept full responsibility for your own safety and the safety of fellow members. By joining Wandering Bare, you agree that in no event and under no circumstances shall the group’s organizers or fellow members be liable for any injury or property damage of any nature to yourself resulting from your participation or resulting from the negligence of any other member of Wandering Bare. You accept all responsibility for and agree to hold the organizers harmless from, any injury, harm, or damage resulting from anything going wrong at an event. If you choose to sign up for any Wandering Bare events, you are releasing this group, its organizers, and members from all legal and civil liability in case of possible injuries.

Wandering Bare in Oregon’s Bad Lands. Ancient Juniper Trail

How to find us: Trailhead access is located at the Flatiron Trailhead, 16 miles east of Bend, Oregon on State Highway 20. You will see a sign for the Flatiron Rock Trail Head on the left side of the highway. The trail is just past the sign.

So you are looking for someplace to hike Naked in the Central Oregon area that doesn’t put you by a lake or river? But at the same time you want to explore and see an area that has a long volcanic history?
Well, the Ancient Juniper Trail located in the Oregon Badlands Wilderness just might be the hike for you. The Ancient Juniper Trail is mostly topographically flat, but there is a little elevation gain and loss along the way, and while hiking the trail you will see ancient Juniper trees, some of which may be almost 1,000 years old, sagebrush, and many igneous outcrops. The area provides hikers with plenty of solitude. The Ancient Juniper Trail is about 1.9 miles long, but the trail connects with the Flatiron Rock Trail which allows you to hike a loop of about 3.25 miles. To make the loop turn right on the Flatiron Rock Trail to return the the trailhead.
This trail is located in the Badlands Wilderness Area offering panoramic views, desert wildflowers, juniper forests, and lava structures The Ancient Juniper Trail also connects with the Badlands Rock and Flatiron Trails. Giving us a chance to explore the Badlands. You will want to bring plenty of water.



SuMmeR DAZE celebrates our members and all the hard work they’ve put in throughout the year.  This year has a luau theme.  Many fun events throughout the day: International Skinny Dip, Belly Flop contest, Lip Sync Battle, to name a few.  All are welcome to join the fun.  No cost other than your camping/grounds fees. 

Cabin Crawl

Our twice a year tradition of sharing drinks and appetizers from cabin to cabin.  Or host at your campsite or RV.  Call 1-800-375-6803 ext. 2 for more details. Many stops offer non-alcoholic specialty drinks as well. 

Cabin Crawl

Our twice a year tradition of sharing drinks and appetizers from cabin to cabin.  Or host at your campsite or RV.  Call 1-800-375-6803 ext. 2 for more details. 

Wandering Bare! at Luckiamute Landing State Natural Area

How to find us

From Albany, OR. Hwy 20 cross the Willamette River. Turn right onto N.W. Springhill Dr. Turn right onto N.W. Buena Vista Rd. Then right onto Crocker Rd Go past the South trailhead and turn right to the North trailhead. If you pass the boat launch you’ve gone too far.

Luckiamute Landing State Natural Area is near Albany is a quiet oasis for boating, paddling, hiking and some people think it’s a nudist beach.
This will be our first outing Luckiamute Landing, I’ve heard some good thing about this area.

The Luckiamute River meanders through the 615-acre north tract, flowing into the Willamette River from the west and just a stone’s throw from the Santiam River confluence from the east. Hikers can park at the North Trailhead and take the 3-mile North Unit Loop trail along a meadow and through a hardwood forest of Oregon ash and maple.

WANDERING BARE! at Finley Wildlife Refuge

Finley Wildlife refuge is big, it’s really big, 5,325 acres of open space. With habitats ranging from wetlands to upland oak savanna, a diverse array of birdlife, mammals and plants. Offering plenty of space to enjoy a secluded, refreshing and relaxing afternoon of Wandering Bare. The refuge is usually deserted, most people visiting are there in the morning and evening when the birds and wildlife is more active. We have met a few textiled visitors in the past, it’s usually not a problem.
We will enter the reserve on the Beaver & Cattail Ponds trailhead located at a turnout off Bruce Road.
This leisurely walk we’ll visit the Refuge’s diverse habitats, starting with the woodsy path to the Beaver and Cattail Ponds, then continuing on the service road towards Cabell Marsh. From there we’ll turn south onto another service road, wandering past agricultural fields in route to Pigeon Butte, the Refuge’s highest point. The top affords great views of the valley and portions of the Cascade and Coast Ranges. The butte’s gentle slopes are good places to spot threatened and endangered flora such as Golden paintbrush and Willamette Daisy, not to mention lupine and other wildflowers. A short cross-country descent of a hillside meadow will return us to the Cattail Ponds Trail and parking area. Spending a peaceful afternoon Wandering Bare through natural environment of Finley Wildlife Refuge. Roughly 4 miles total.
Here is the link to the Finley trail map.