About Bluebonnet Nudist Park
Lourdes’ history with nudism
Lourdes Brioso Moss is 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’?”
Part of her promise to Charles is to keep his dream of a nudist mini-paradise alive. Lourdes and Charles’ son Edy share the joys of ownership and management of Bluebonnet.
In addition to nudism, Lourdes also discovered her love for running. Lourdes became a regular participant in Bluebonnet’s annual Bare as Your Dare 5k fun run. From 2003-2007 Lourdes was first place in the women’s division of the AANR Southwest 5k Nude Racing Series. Click here for more information about this clothing-optional 5K Racing Series.
Frequently Asked Questions about Nudism
Bluebonnet is clothing-optional for women visitors and members. The only time women must be nude is if they are in the pool, hot tub, or sauna.
Men must be nude at all times (weather permitting.)
Nudists come in all ages, shapes and sizes. Nudists accept people for who they are on the inside and are judgement free. At Bluebonnet you can 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.
At Bluebonnet friendships and conversations are more important than judgements based on clothing or appearance.
At Bluebonnet you can relax around the pool or hot tub or you can choose to participate in any of the activities we have to offer. These activities include swimming, hiking, tennis, volleyball (both water and sand), potlucks and dances, or just simple conversation with other nudists.
People from all walks of life visit Bluebonnet. Visitors and members of Bluebonnet are diverse in age, profession and culture. Everyone is welcome at Bluebonnet.
Bluebonnet is a family-friendly nudist resort affiliated with AANR the American Association for Nude Recreation. Activities at Bluebonnet are family-friendly. Bluebonnet takes great pride in having life-long members who have passed on the nudist way of life to their children and grandchildren.
Bluebonnet encourages visitors and members from all walks of life including single nudists. Your behavior is the most important aspect of your visit. Bluebonnet promotes wholesome family cultures and values and expects visitors and members to adhere to this philosophy. It is important that all members and visitors feel comfortable during their visit.
Piercings and tattoos are acceptable at Bluebonnet. Please keep in mind that Bluebonnet is a family-oriented nudist park. If you are not sure if something is acceptable ask the office staff before you visit.
The following is a list that will help you prepare for your visit to Bluebonnet:
- Your ID and payment for day fees and any events or items purchased at Bluebonnet
- Towel to sit on (Most important item at a nudist resort)
- Sun glasses
- Any beverages and food you would like for your stay. Bluebonnet does not have an onsite restaurant. (Ice is available for an additional cost)
- A carefree and relaxed attitude
- And a smile