Rules 1 through 20 are required reading prior to joining. Below the rules you'll find commentary and rationale for the rules, it's not required but included for your literary delight, or disdain depending on taste , I recommend reviewing the frequently asked questions click here .
1- Do not ask questions!
Do Not Ask, Do Not Intrude, or Disclose.
-Do not ask other members any identifying information such as work, home or contact information.
-Do not intrude on other members outside of the club without being invited.
-Do not Disclose another member's personal information.
You may offer your information to another member, but you can't ask them for theirs. Questions are best left to interrogation rooms, job interviews and loan applications. Not the Club
(See further details at bottom of page)
2- Rule of thumb is: If it's something you don't want people doing in your backyard; do not do it at the club.
3-Drinking in moderation is fine. No alcoholic beverages before or during shooting, ATV use or other hazardous activities.
4- ATVs and vehicles- 5MPH speed limit, on Club property, and may not be used where hikers or others are about. (ATVs are also permitted on the bordering Federal lands road and trail see BLM rules).
5- Touching others without consent is not permitted (obviously). It can also be illegal (obviously)
6- Driving while intoxicated from the Club is discouraged, we recommend you crash at the Club, if members or managers believe you pose a substantial risk, your membership may be revoked. (the purpose of the club is Recreational nudity, not to reek carnage on the roadways).
7- Persons under 18 are not permitted at the club unless they are your children, and in your sight at all times, and as long as they are not creating a nuisance.
8- Taking pictures of others without consent is forbidden, and can also be a violation of Montana Law. Taking any pictures of children is not permitted, not even with consent.
9- Pack it in pack it out! The club doesn't have garbage service, only a burn barrel. Take your garbage with you and throw it away when you get home. If you use the burn barrel, do your part in burning the garbage. The club doesn't have a janitor, or staff, if it did most wouldn't be able to afford members fees.
10- Respect others personal space, don't be a close talker, and if they move away take the hint.And don't be a lost puppy dog leg hamper either, it's annoying. And it scares the good women way.
11- No means No, and requires No further explanation! Please report problematic people to other members or managers.
12- You are responsible for your guests actions and behavior. Make sure your guest read and understand Club rules. If your guest violates Club rules, Your membership could be cancelled without refund.
13- Management reserves the right to cancel a membership and to eject a member or other person from the club property.
14- A member may eject another member from Club property if they reasonably believe immediate action is necessary to prevent harm. And Management or law enforcement must be notified of the ejection as soon as practical.
15- Members must conduct themselves in a responsible, ethical, courteous, and lawful manner.
16- Pets and most animals are welcome, as long as they are kept under control and not creating a nuisance.
17- No firearms in common areas pool area, club house, recreation areas, etc. (if you're kicking back naked in your backyard do you want someone you barely know, standing over you or around you with a gun?) (Nor: batons machetes etc).
18- If you've read all the rules, and agree, use the phrase :
"I can't Believe It's not butter".
On the member application.
19- Don't barge into campsites of others. If they want you in their campsite they will invite you.
20- No Carpetbaggers! Defined as: a person perceived as an unscrupulous opportunist.
No solicitations at this Club of any non-landed nudist organizations!
No bumper stickers, cards, flyers, magazines etc. We do not supply a free platform for Carpetbaggers!
Non-landed clubs have attempted to exploit this Club's resources for their own financial gain, giving nothing to this Club, only robbing it of its time resources and money.
We use 100% of the membership dues to build something tangible that you can see, feel and stand on naked. Non-landed clubs do not build anything. My wife and I have invested tens of thousands of dollars into this project. As well as donated thousands of hours. And we didn't do all that so that gravy sucking carpetbaggers can come here and fleece our members.
These rules are governed by the universal standards of not being a Dick. The Cliff notes version could be one rule: Don't be a Dick.
Members are encouraged to suggest other rules they deem necessary or appropriate for addition on this page.
If you disagree with the Club rules or bylaws, don't join, spend your money and time and build your own club.
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The following is an expanded detail of some of the above Club rules. It is NOT required reading for Club admission. It's only the expanded detail, providing rational of above rules. Read it if you want to, Or just skip it.
Minding your own business is basic protocol for life and it goes doubly so in a situation involving nudity.
This rule is important because (a slight few) people don't respect boundaries, from socializing at the club to stoping by your work or home.
Disclosing your personal information such as home or work can lead to problems like Merle the swinger "swing by" your place while you're at work, " just to say hi to your wife" and see if he can hang out for a while. (It will happen) ......... (Hint, he's not really there just to say hi). I have seen this exact situation happen and it's a pain in the butt.
If you mention working at home Depot, do you want Francisco from the club, the cross dresser, showing up at your work to say hi, and hang out!
All of these things can and do happen because the same type of person that doesn't respect boundaries, by not asking nosy questions in the first place, is the same type of person that is going to show up at your house or your work. (Or they could have overheard you telling another person, or another person told them about you).
Some people think that because you hung out naked at the club and had a good time, your life is somehow now an open book and they feel welcome to intrude on your life. Of course people should know better, but some people just do not respect boundaries.
I've seen these problems my entire life from nude Recreation to Strippers to sisters and girlfriends with people overstepping boundaries, and showing up where they shouldn't.
many of these people may have the best of intentions but they've never been taught to respect boundaries.
By all means enjoy each other's company at the club and have a good time just don't get personal, lasting friendships are fine just give it time to Blossom.
This rule is no longer in effect. We haven't had any problems with creepers, but this rule was unique to this Club so we've left it up to preserve historical posterity.
The nudity requirement for men is to ensure male members are participating for the purpose of social recreational nudity, and not thrill-seeking gawker's. We find the latter is most unwilling to go nude themselves, so this rule pretty much weeds them out.
Photographing people at the club is not permitted, except with express permission of all persons being photographed.
Club members have a reasonable expectation of privacy, taking a club members picture without their consent is a crime that violates Montana law:
You are welcome to bring your pets and animals, just keep them on under control at all times. Dogs can be off leash, as long as they're under control and not causing a nuisance.
Use of illegal drugs is prohibited.
Be sure to wash thoroughly before using the hot tub or swimming pool, it's especially important here because this is an off the power grid setup, and water cleaning and filtration has to be done manually, it'll be challenging enough with the dirt and dust blowing around, we don't have the automated cleaning systems like in the city.
Blatant drunkenness to the point that you're causing an annoyance to others won't be tolerated. It's rude and inconsiderate to those seeking quality company. If being drunk and obnoxious is your thing, go hang out with the bums on Montana avenue.
The same rules that apply everywhere else also apply at the club but with stricter enforcement. Unwanted groping, touching and fondling is still assault. It goes without saying that it won't be tolerated.
Don't be that pesky leg humper either, the kind that can't take a hint, the annoying following type. Women have the ability of ousting someone that makes them feel uncomfortable, so you don't want to rub one the wrong way. Respecting space and boundaries are key.
But by all means, make friends, the Club is here to have fun.
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