Welcome to Bare Mountain Retreat – Boise Idaho

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Address

Rocky Canyon Rd
Boise, ID

Hours

MAY – OCT
8:00 – 6:00

Email

Hours

MAY – OCT
8:00 – 6:00

BARE MOUNTAIN

RULES

Some Common Sense Guidelines to Remember

The first rule on Bare Mountain is to relax and have fun.
The other rules are based on common sense and courtesy.

Towels

Towels

Carry a towel with you at all times and ALWAYS SIT ON YOUR TOWEL for sanitary reasons.

Alcohol

Alcohol

No glass in public areas. Help us maintain a pleasant atmosphere by exercising discretion and moderation when consuming alcoholic beverages. Behavior requiring an apology is not tolerated.

Children

Children

Parents are responsible for their conduct and safety at all times. Keep an eye on your small ones, particularly by the pool area.

Dress

Dress

We dress or undress for comfort at Bare Mountain. Since we are a nudist club, we do expect those who use our recreational facilities to do so in the nude, when appropriate. The pool and hot tub are nude only areas. Nudity is welcome at all times, including while dining and at the dances.

Lounge Chairs

Lounge Chairs

Please remember, the lounges are intended for people. Do not leave towels and personal belongings for extended periods on unoccupied lounges and chairs.

Pets

Pets

Campers please keep your pets at your campsite or on a leash. Pets are never permitted in the pool area, clubhouse, common ground lawn or public buildings.

Looking For Love in All
the Wrong Places

Looking For Love in All
the Wrong Places

A big misunderstanding prevalent among non-nudists is that nudity means sex. That is actually the misconception about the lifestyle nudists have tried hardest to dispel for years. Make no mistake, nudist resorts are nothing like singles bars. Women especially do not go to nudist resorts to be hit on or picked up.

Public Sexual Displays

Public Sexual Displays

We keep a family-friendly environment and have strict rules about open displays of a sexual nature. Displays of affection should remain PG at all times.

Staring and Gawking

Staring and Gawking

Staring at body parts is just rude. It is considered just as rude in nudist circles as anywhere else in polite society.

Making Comments About the
Bodies of Others

Making Comments About the
Bodies of Others

Refrain from conversational comments on another person's body or on specific parts thereof, whether meant as a sincere compliment or not. A good rule of thumb is not to make a comment at a communal nudity gathering that wouldn't be appropriate at a clothed social event

Photography

Photography

Generally, cameras are not welcome in the common areas. Most nudists are camera-shy. Never photograph anyone without permission.

Quiet Hours

Quiet Hours

Please be as quiet as possible between the hours of midnight and 8 AM and do not play your radio or television loud enough to disturb your neighbor or other guests at any time.

Nudist Etiquette Summary

There are certain rules that apply to all nudist clubs and resorts. Always sit on a towel or other similar item, refrain from picture taking, no unwanted advances, avoid excessive alcohol consumption, ensure that your conversations are not offensive to others, be considerate during quiet hours, smoke in approved areas, etc.

However, the best rule a member can use is the “Golden Rule.” Our club works best when all members and guests treat each other with respect and kindness. Our members do not always agree on everything, but we are committed to working out our differences by listening to all opinions and employing compromises that respect all viewpoints.