We look forward to welcoming you to our 150-acre paradise, and to make it even more enticing, we’re offering a discount visit to all newcomers:
Planning Your First Visit
We look forward to welcoming you to our 150-acre paradise. To better serve you, all first-time visitors must call in advance to make an appointment. Tour hours are 11 am to 3 pm daily. Simply print this page and bring the coupon above with you, along with your valid drivers license.
All visitors must be at least 18 years of age (unless accompanied by parents) and are carefully screened during their first visit with us. Upon arrival, you will be asked to complete some paperwork and we will take a photocopy of your drivers license.
Because our responsibility of providing a safe and comfortable environment for everyone is of utmost importance, Glen Eden Sun Club reserves the right to deny admittance to anyone.
Here are some helpful pointers on what to bring and what to expect.
What to Bring:
- Valid drivers license
- Large towel
- Any toiletries you may need for showering (liquid soap is provided in dispensers at the showers)
- Sports/leisure gear if you like to play tennis, volleyball, billiards, etc.
- A smile
- Chair? There are plenty of places to sit–loungers at the main pool and upper terrace shade areas, and tables and chairs outside the clubhouse and cafe. If you wish, you can bring your own lawn chair for use in other areas of the club.
- Food? Breakfast, lunch, dinner, beverages and snacks are available on weekends at the Sunshine Cafe, and alcoholic beverages are available at the office, or you can bring your own.
What to Wear – by Jan D.
Wear?? This is a nudist club, right? Yes, but we still need clothing for reasons such as weather, health and safety.
You’ll find you think of it differently when you don’t need clothes for the sole purpose of covering your body. We’re very aware of the need for sun protection and the hazards of long-term sun exposure. You’ll see some of us on the tennis or volleyball courts wearing T-shirts to minimize sun exposure. And, yes, most of us do wear shoes and socks for sports, as well as hats or visors. Some of the ladies wear sports bras and some folks wear shorts on the courts. On a crisp January morning you’ll find us bundled up in sweats–but not for long as, even in winter, the sun usually warms us up by noon.
So–is Glen Eden Sun Club a clothing optional club? No, it’s a nudist club. No clothing is allowed in the main recreation area when the majority are nude, which includes the pools, hot tub and sauna. (Women may wear sports bras for water volleyball in the indoor pool–but no other clothing or bathing suits may be worn.)
Clothing is optional at evening dances, and if you like to dance, you’ll love it here! Sometimes we have theme dances which include costume parties–we love to dress up for fun.
In summary: come on out and see for yourself, you’ll find Glen Eden Sun Club is a place for true rejuvenation where all you need to wear is a smile!