Described as a “naturist haven”, a campsite that allows its members to “wander around naked from start to finish of your holiday” can be found surrounded by National Trust woodland.
The Heritage Club in Crowthorne spans over four acres and aims to offer a “friendly and relaxed naturist experience” for people wanting to go the full monty.
Having been around for over 80 years, the club has loyal customers that come back time and time again. However, they also encourage “newbies” to get involved, whether it is to try out naked swimming, to play naked sports or simply naked sunbathing, the club brands itself as an inclusive place to try out nudism.
The Heritage Club assures privacy, and says that “there is nothing to be embarrassed about”. Open for 365 days a year, there are a variety of accommodations on offer from caravan spaces, tent sites and a rental chalet known as the ‘Daisy’.
On-site there is a swimming pool, boules, tennis courts, shuffleboard, a pool table, sauna, steam room and a large jacuzzi. Heritage also hosts a variety of social events throughout the year.
However, there are some rules to abide by. Dogs are not allowed on-site, unless medically required, genital jewellery is not permitted and you cannot take photographs.