Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park
20237 Kennedy Road
Sharon, Ontario
L0G 1V0
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Lat: 44.14867 - Lon: -79.37234
A year-round park near Toronto where the entire family can experience traditional naturist values in a modern setting. Visitors welcome!
  • 110 Camping spaces
  • 6 Bed spaces
  • Area 20 hectares
  • Near river/lake
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Shop
  • Bar
  • WiFi
  • Pets allowed

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Peter Allison
My Family have been members of Bare Oaks since it opened in 2006. We have had a permanent trailer in the park for the last three years. There are many things we love about this park. The playground, the pool, the Bare Oaks Players, the Bare Oaks Band, The Bare Oaks Other Band, the volleyball, the lake where 20-30 of us float on warm afternoons, the club houses, the open mics, the camp fires... but most of all we love the great people. My son and daughter are 14 and 11. My daughter will often have up to 7 of her friends in our trailer or yard to play with. When there is room, my son will fit 4 of his friends or a larger group hang out all day and into the evening. You are welcome at any campfire and have the best of friends to hang out with during the day.

My friend Steve posted this to Facebook:
"There are many many parks in this province that have radio free zones. The sites have space and brush between them to help create the illusion of solitude. Children, teens and pets are expected to remain with parents and to not walk on another's site unless invited. Group campfires are strongly discouraged and are patrolled. Privacy is held as a virtue and it is customary to give a stranger no more than a polite nod. Friendliness is considered annoying and each campsite is expected to be self sufficient. Alcohol is often banned on long weekends and park activities are minimal and attended by few. It's a place to "get away from it all".

Bare Oaks on the other hand is a community. Sites are tight in an effort to make room for just a few more. The park is shared and there is help when you need it. Strangers are recruited, kids and pets are are protected and known by name. Families are defined by affection, yet relatives can be represented by three generations, including in-laws! Friendliness is held as a virtue and those that would cause harm are banished. Talent and creativity abound, activities are the best anywhere. No one should need to feel alone. Society can be cruel, and that's why I love to go to Bare Oaks to "get away from it all". I love this park!"

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