Mountain Air Ranch Colorado’s Most Popular Nudist Resort For Over 80 Years
Think about the laundry savings. Arrive Saturday with only the clothes you’re wearing, relax and play the entire weekend, then depart Sunday with those garments barely wrinkled. It can be done at Mountain Air Ranch, Colorado’s only nudist resort. Hanging around in the buff is nothing new. One in three Americans admits to skinny-dipping in mixed company, according to one poll. Another poll suggests that more than 80 million of us would be willing to bare it all on a clothing-optional beach. Nudism has been one of the fastest growing segments of tourism in the world today, and, although it may not suit everyone, Coloradans flock like jaybirds to clothing-free recreation sites.
Mountain Air Ranch provides kids a fun place to play during unique family vacations. Yes, your children can also enjoy this experience the same as their parents. They might be a little reluctant at first; after all, not every child feels comfortable with their parents seeing them naked. However, they quickly adjust to the situation. If your child hesitates, you might suggest visiting the beautiful swimming pool first. Here, your child can put on an innertube to hide their privates. It will not be long before they bare it and throw it out with their clothes.
Tucked in the foothills west of Denver near Indian Hills, the retreat is located at 9006 S Mica Mine Gulch Rd., Littleton, Colorado. Wait until you reach your destination before you begin peeling off your clothes! It’s 150 secluded acres contain everything needed for undraped fun. Cabins, tent sites and hookups await campers. Hikers have 10 miles of trails to traipse. A large swimming pool, hot tub and sauna attract water aficionados, and sports buffs engage in volleyball, shuffleboard, horseshoes and bocce, an Italian form of lawn bowling. Children frolic in the grassy playground and dig in a huge sandbox. No doubt, the pool in one of the most popular spots for people to congregate. While swimming, sunning, reading a book, or relaxing when your stomach calls, you can have a great meal from The Lost Bikini Grill.
A social committee organizes pool-side picnics and dances, chili cook-offs, steak fries and luaus. Kids march in Independence Day parades and compete in field-day tournaments, while adult players vie for sports championships. In winter, the clubhouse bursts with potlucks, casino nights and dances, where the musicians frequently end up as bare as the audience.
Because some people still believe nude is lewd, everyone at Mountain Air is on a first-name-only basis. Anonymity is so well protected that, in one family, the parents and adult children individually belonged, but neither told the other. One weekend, both visited at the same time and … surprise!
Strict membership requirements maintain a family atmosphere. Visitors and potential new members may visit three times before being required to make application for membership, and admission by unaccompanied single males is strictly limited. Any unwanted touching, harassment, sexual contact or other offensive behavior is prohibited, making this one of the safest retreats for single women.
Unlike some public sites, the ranch is well sheltered from gawkers. Its location in a heavily wooded valley prevents outside visibility, and a manager guarding the only entrance keeps out the riffraff.
Nudist resorts offer a back-to-basics, natural environment.
You might expect everyone at a nudist park to look like Calvin Klein models who just dropped their drawers, but that’s not the case. At Mountain Air, one quickly discovers that most real adults have their share of sags, cellulite, scars, wrinkles, folds, stretch marks, love handles and beer bellies. And, at Mountain Air Ranch, nobody cares.
Mountain Air Ranch has created a non-discrimination policy: families, couples, and singles are welcome regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, marital status, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Any person required to register as a Sex Offender or any person on a Sex Offender Registry in any jurisdiction will be denied access to the resort. Children are allowed. Persons under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent, a guardian, or a member with the parents’ permission. The rules at Mountain Air Ranch offer the guests assurance that they will not be disturbed.
Most first-time visits to Mountain Air Ranch are suggested by the husband, whose wife sometimes is reluctant to participate. Interestingly, after the first visit, she frequently is the one who longs to return. Could it be the significant decrease in Monday morning laundry?