JUNE 18-21, 2020

Convention Day Fee: $27

Oaklake Trails Naturist Park:

"Where Every BODY Belongs"

 Bare Buns Bistro Special Event 

 Day's & Hours 

 for the AANR-SW Convention 

Thursday June 18  

Dinner 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm


Friday June 19

Breakfast 8:00 am to 10:30 am

Lunch      11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Dinner 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Saturday June 20 

Breakfast 8:00 am to 10:30 am

Lunch      11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Dinner     5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Sunday June 21

(Fathers Day)

Breakfast 8:00 am to 10:30 am

Lunch      11:00 am to 2:00 pm

As Oaklake Trails continues to change, evolve and grow, we are re-committing ourselves to providing a safe space for all people who practice social nudism or would like to as nudist-curious.


All people are welcome and accepted at Oaklake Trails regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, disabilities, nationality, religion or family structures.  

After attending convention meetings on Friday, Oaklake Trails will offer a variety of tournaments, activities and programs.  Events will be available to all convention attendees.  Some of the activities that will be available are: 

  • Water Volleyball Tournament

  • Pickleball Tournament

  • Shuffleboard Tournament

  • Scavenger Hunt Race

  • Cornhole Tournament

  • Sitting With the Soul Meditation

  • Writing Workshops

  • Make and Take Craft Tent

  • Roundtable Discussion: 

Please Note: Oaklake Trails does not provide alcohol service; however, you are welcome to bring beverages of your choice and any personal food items.  It is recommended that you bring a towel to sit upon and any cover-ups, sunscreen, insect repellent and a hat that will provide the maximum level of personal comfort.  

Lodging: Oaklake Trails offers cabin rentals and tent camping, as available, should you choose to stay overnight.  Hotel less than 10 minutes from OLT are listed below.

Please make reservations in advance, as lodging fills quickly.

Hampton Inn

915 W Ada




717 W Main


Sooner Motel

412 N 8th



Cattle Country

1200 N 8th


Some programs and ALL tournaments have limited spots available.  

Sign-ups for all workshops, programs and tournaments

will be available in the Clubhouse beginning Thursday at 2:00pm. 

THURSDAY, JUN 18, 2020


Wine and Appetizer Meet & Greet

(AANR Members Only)

Location: Meadow Pavilion

FRIDAY, JUN 19, 2020

8:00am - 5:00pm

AANR Convention Sessions

Location: Clubhouse


Cornhole Tournament

(Register teams of four by 5:45pm)

Location: In front of Clubhouse 


Meet & Greet with DJ Magic Mike

(Everyone Welcome)

Location: Meadow Pavilion

SATURDAY, JUN 20, 2020 


Pickleball Tournament

(Register teams of two by 8:45am)

Location: Pickleball Court


Shuffleboard Tournament

(Register teams of two by 10:45am)

Location: Shuffleboard Courts


Water Volleyball Tournament

(Register for a team/teams of 6 max. by 12:45pm)

Location: Volleyball Pool

2:00 - 4:00pm

Make & Take Tent

Location: In Front of Clubhouse

Suggested Donation: $3/person


Join Caitlin Hein at the Make & Take Tent for some creative craft time.  Caitlin will guide participants in a craft project to take home as a momento of their time at the 2020 AANR-SW Convention.  Arrive between 2:00pm and 4:00pm, and allow 30 minutes to complete a project.  There is no fee to participate; however, we do encourage donations to support this offering.  

3:00 - 4:00pm

Sitting With the Soul Meditation

Location: Clubhouse

Suggested Donation: $10/person


A guided meditation intended to relax, comfort and heal the physical, mental and emotional well-being of each participant within a space of full support and acceptance.  Each session combines various meditation techniques to assist in increasing overall awareness, achieving a peaceful state of mind and feeling a sense of deep relaxation.  As a Meditation Guide and Certified Usui/Holy Fire III Reiki Master, Lanette Clark includes aromatherapy, healing crystals, sound therapy, and Reiki to assist participants in their meditative process and personal healing experience.


Session is open to anyone who wishes to join.  Yoga mats provided.  A selection of cushions is also provided.  Bring two towels and a bottle of water. There is no fee to participate; however, we do encourage donations to support this offering.  



Scavenger Hunt

Location: Meet at the Chapel

(register in teams of 2-4 people [no individuals] by 4:15pm)



Writers’ Workshop 1: WRITING NATURIST FICTION          

Location: Clubhouse


AANR-SW area naturist writers D. H. Jonathan (The "Volunteer," Life Models) and Will Forest (Co-ed Naked Philosophy, Aglow) will lead a round table discussion about naturist writing, challenges of writing and marketing books for naturists, and other aspects of their work with questions from attendees. Books will be available for signing/sale.



Writers’ Workshop 2: WRITING TIPS

Location: Clubhouse


The same duo of AANR-SW area naturist writers (Forest, Jonathan) will share writing tips, field questions from participants, and lead participants in a writing exercise. Participants are encouraged to bring writing implements / phone / laptop (somewhere to write or type).



Marco Tello Band

Location: Meadow Pavilion


SUNDAY, JUN 21, 2020

11:00am - 12:30pm

Roundtable Discussion: Best Practices for Naturist Parks

Location: Clubhouse


During this roundtable discussion, participants will engage in a dialogue to discuss two specific topics relative to the future of naturist parks.  The first topic is inclusivity/diversity.  Lanette Clark, Special Events Coordinator for Oaklake Trails, will open the discussion by sharing the special event weekends that have been planned for OLT in 2020 and 2021 and the reasons for offering demographically-specific events to the community.  For the second part of the roundtable, Bruce Willis, Special Programs Coordinator for Oaklake Trails, will guide the discussion in the new landscape of naturist parks in the era of Covid-19.  The purpose of this session is to gather and share ideas to help all naturist parks thrive into the future.

Schedule of Events

Oaklake Trails  is a family-oriented clothing-optional resort located just north of historic Route 66 in Depew, Oklahoma.

We are dedicated to the principle that social nudity with your friends and family is wholesome, relaxing, emotionally and physically healthy, and just plain fun.

Established in the summer of 1992, Oaklake Trails is located on more than 400 acres of beautiful hickory and oak covered hills halfway between Tulsa and Oklahoma City. 

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