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Learn more about Nudism and Bluebonnet

Why Nudism?

Bluebonnet, a naturist park, rests on 66.5 acres adjacent to Caddo and LBJ National Grasslands. Guests are able to relax and find refuge from the pressures of urban life. Our resort adds a new dimension to the clothing optional experience by offering a secure and serene environment. We welcome the experienced and the first time nudist to enjoy our hospitality. 

Many people are curious about nudism. The nudist philosophy is simple: being nude is natural. The feeling of freedom and relaxation that comes with nudism can not be matched in any other way. 

Lourdes’ history with nudism

Lourdes Brioso Moss is the co-owner and co-manager of Bluebonnet Nudist Park near Alvord Texas. Alvord is located 45 minutes north-west of Fort Worth. Lourdes met Charles Moss when he was on a trip to the Philippines. In spite of the difference in their backgrounds and ages they fell deeply in love and married in 1998. As she tells it, “My Charles introduced me to the nudist lifestyle. He told me that he owned a nudist park. I just gave him a smile and asked myself, ‘is this for real’?”

Three years after the new couple exchanged wedding vows Lourdes discovered her love for running.  BlueBonnet had initiated its annual Bare as Your Dare 5k fun run back in 1990 and she became a regular participant there and at other nudist clubs. From 2003-2007 she held first place in the AANR Southwest 5k women’s nude racing series. As of this year she is still placing high in the women’s 45-50 age bracket. 

Another part of her promise to Charles is to keep his dream of a nudist mini-paradise alive. She and Charles’ son Edy share the joys of ownership and the chores of management. 

Ask A Nudist (FAQ)

I am not sure if I look like a nudist?

Nudists are of all ages, shapes, condition, and sizes. They accept people for who they are on the inside and are judgement free. This will allow you to experience nudism without the pressures and self image issues that clothes bring.  Nudism allows you to be judged by who you are and not the physical appearance of your body or style of clothes. 

We don’t judge people, we make memories at Bluebonnet! We feel friendships and conversation is more important then judgement based on clothing or appearance.

What do I do at a nudist park?

You will enjoy activities such as swimming, hiking, tennis, volleyball (both water and sand), potlucks and dances, or just simple conversation over a beverage with your new friends.

Are there many different types of people at Bluebonnet?

You will meet people from all walks of life that are diverse in ages, professions and cultures being represented.

I have piercings and tattoos, is that OK?

We understand that you might have gotten tattoos and piercings throughout your life travels as long as there is nothing obscene about them you’re fine. Please use your best judgement. 

Is Bluebonnet OK for my family to visit?

We are a family-friendly nudist resort and are a member of the American Association for Nude Recreation. Since we are a member we agree with keeping all activities family-friendly and activities that are behind closed doors in the textile world are required to be behind closed doors while visiting BlueBonnet.  We are NOT a lifestyle resort. 

What if I feel uncomfortable with another guest?

If at any time a guest or member has made you feel uncomfortable please notify management right away and the situation will be addressed. 

I am a single nudist, is that OK?

We allow all types of guests including single, married, divorced and from all walks of life. Your behavior is the most important aspect of your visit. It is important that all members and visitors feel comfortable during their visit. We promote a wholesome family culture and values at Bluebonnet.

What should I bring to Bluebonnet?

The following is a short list that will help you pack for a wonderful day trip: 

  • Towel to sit on (most important thing at a nudist resort)
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun glasses 
  • Comfortable pair of flip-flops
  • Your ID and payment for day fees and any events or items purchased at Bluebonnet
  • A cooler and beverages for your stay (Ice is available at a small cost) 
  • A carefree and relaxed attitude
  • BYOB – Bring what you would like
  • And a smile 🙂

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Interested in visiting Bluebonnet?

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