Mountain Air Ranch has been serving the nudist community since 1935. Located 20 miles southwest of Denver in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains sets a serene valley for clothing free recreation. Mountain Air Ranch has 150 acres of land to explore naturally, the way you were created. Guests can enjoy camping in a tent or staying in a lodge room during their stay. Activities include swimming, hiking, lounging, kids play area, exercise equipment, billiards table and much more.
Members and visitors alike come from a wide variety of backgrounds, cultures and naturist experience levels. Some guests arrive having never experienced social nudity and are quickly greeted by friendly staff and other experienced guests. Within minutes of undressing, many visitors are feeling comfortable and right at home at the resort. Guests are expected to follow proper naturist etiquette during their visit to include always having a towel to sit on. This resort is also LGBTQ+ friendly.
Rates for members and visitors are affordable. Membership level rates start at $100 at the Friends of MAR level and go up to $470 for individual families. Daily grounds fees are variable, depending on when you visit the resort. On Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, the ground fees range from $20-$30 and Monday through Friday the range is $10-$15. They also have weekly rates for grounds fees, which range from $70-$105 per week. In the on site lodge, the rates are comparable to a hotel stay and is either $85 per night or $95 per night with weekly rates at $510-$570 per week. Tent camping sites range from $15 per night to $250 per month. RV camping sites are $40 per night to $750 per month. Additional fee information can be found on their rate page.
Overall Mountain Air Ranch is a fantastic resort for any experience level of naturist. My personal rating of MAR is at 5/5 and I will visit there over and over. I hope this overview has helped you get a brief view of what you could experience when visiting the Mountain Air Ranch Family Nudist Resort. Be sure to contact them with any questions you may have. If you would like more information about my visit to the resort you can check out my blog “First Naturist Resort Experience” or use the Contact page to send me a message.