Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is your club associated with any major organizations?
A: Sunbirds is an official member club of the American Association of Nude Recreation (AANR) and the AANR-Southwest Region. We follow the ethics, principles, and non-discrimination membership policies of these organizations. In fact, we received an award from the AANR-Southwest Region for having the best AANR membership growth. We are proud of our 2014 recognition, and continue to promote AANR membership within our club.
Q: What types of people join Sunbirds?
We accept people for who they are, as they are. Sunbirds come from all types of backgrounds and professions, and we embrace folks of all races, shapes, sizes, religions, sexual orientations, and ages - 21 and up.
Q: Does your club have a Code of Conduct?
A: Yes, like many nudist clubs around the country, our club follows a Code of Conduct. It outlines our club policies and reminds all of our guests and members what they can do to keep the club safe, private, and fun for everyone's benefit.
All of us want a club that everyone can enjoy, and we know that our fellow Sunbirds follow the same common-sense policies of respect and discretion that we expect from all nudists.
Our members’ privacy is a top concern. To protect the security of our club, all guests and members are required to read and abide by the Sunbirds Code of Conduct that outlines the expected behavior of all Sunbirds members and guests.
Q: How much does it cost to join Sunbirds?
A: Currently, membership is $30 per individual and $60 per couple. You may also join the American Association of Nude Recreation for $64 per individual or $113 per couple. If you are a couple, and only one of you wants to join AANR, then the individual AANR rate applies. Note that you will not be charged until the following occurs:
Q: Do you accept singles as members?
A: Yes. However, like many nudist clubs, we reserve the right to limit the number of single members to balance the male/female ratio. Single men are currently placed on a waiting list.
Q: I am a single male on the waiting list to join. How long is the wait?
A: We wish we could answer that! We add single men when we can, but we just do not have a way of knowing when that will be. We are very sorry about that, since we want everyone to enjoy recreational social nudism. Check out some of the resorts listed below that allow non-members to visit.
Q: Can I bring children or pets to Sunbirds events?
A: Sunbirds is an adults-only nudist club for those over 21 years of age. However, some of our hosts have children under 21 who are nudists, and they may occasionally join us if we are at their house.
You may not bring pets to a Sunbirds event unless the party invitation specifically invites pets to attend. If you have a service animal, please let us know. We work to accommodate them whenever possible.
Q: How do you apply to join the Sunbirds?
A: While membership is not guaranteed, we invite everyone who is interested to follow our online application process.
Q: I will be traveling to town in the near future. May I visit your club?
A: No. Sunbirds events are limited to members who are local residents and who regularly participate. For those who are simply visiting the DFW area, we recommend visiting the landed clubs in the area that allow non-members to visit. Check out some of the nudist resorts below, including those near North Texas.
Nearby Nudist Resorts
Here are links some of the nearby nudist resorts. These resorts allow traveling visitors who don't live nearby to enjoy social nudism to its fullest. Please check directly with each resort to inquire about their membership requirements and visitor guidelines.
Wildwood Naturist's Resort in Decatur, TX
Bluebonnet Nudist Park in Alvord, TX
Star Ranch in McDade, TX
Natures Resort Nudist Club in Edcouch, TX
Sandpipers Resort in Edinburg, TX
Emerald Lake Resort in Porter, TX
Oaklake Trails Naturist Park in Depew, OK