For those curious about being nude and joining other naturists, I can recommend a very good list of questions and answers regarding nudism. They are questions and comments
you might think about but are reluctant bring up.ArizonaArizona Wildflowers
is one of the largest travel clubs (aka: non-landed) in AANR, with over 200 adult members. They began in 1980 as a small group of friends, but are now a proprietary club. If you feel that your concepts of social nudism are in agreement with theirs, they welcome you to join the group for a pool party or a campout, a potluck, or a special event. Their contact person has a Phoenix address.Shangrila Ranch
- Clothing optional resort. They are a family friendly facility located north of Phoenix that welcomes everyone interested in naturism. Full memberships with the resort are available. Visitors are allowed to ease into nudism. Shangri La Ranch emphasizes the freedom of choice. You select the activity that suits you from quiet relaxation in the spa , sauna or on the pool deck, to swimming, volleyball, water volleyball, tennis, shuffleboard, basketball, horseshoes or hiking trails. A clubhouse, children's playground and laundry are available. The pool is maintained at a comfortable temperature year round. RV, camping and rental units available.Canyon State Naturists
- A family friendly, clothing optional, non landed club with over 150 members across the USA mostly in Arizona. The organization models itself under the Body Beautiful, Body Acceptance and Nude Recreation theories. They enjoy time with friends and family in a natural setting and the group includes lots of campers and hikers.Arizona Nudist Resorts and Naturist Clubs
- A great listing researched by About Phoenix writer, Judy Hedding.Mira Vista Resort - Marana, Arizona
- Mira Vista Resort in Tucson is a clothing-optional hotel and recreation club located on a 30 acre property with a colorful history dating back to the 1800s. Features include 4 pools and spas, a full-service restaurant and bar, fitness center, tennis and massage services. The grounds are secluded and surrounded by beautiful hills and mountain views, yet just 3 miles from I-10. Day visitors are welcome.El Dorado Hot Springs
- Forty miles west of Phoenix, Arizona or seventy-five miles east of Quartzsite, leave I-10 at Tonopah--Exit 94. El Dorado is a rustic western mineral water spa located over an enormous natural subterranean hot spring.