Blue Lake Resort
Erie, Illinois 61250
Rental Units: 3
RV Hook-ups: 20
Tent Camping: Yes
Swimming Hole: Yes
Weekend Snack Bar: Yes
Blue Lake Resort Family Nudist Campground
Blue Lake Resort is a family oriented nudist campground on 20+ acres in Northwestern Illinois. Guests range from infant to senior citizen, families, couples and singles. Blue Lake is a traditional nudist resort and is NOT clothing optional. If one person in your party does not want to be nude, you will be asked to leave as members and guests expect everyone to be nude weather permitting. The facility offers quite a few activities for the whole family including volleyball, hiking, Petanque, Frisbee Golf, Swimming in a chlorinated pond, a Jacuzzi Hot Tub, Children’s playground, hot showers, picnic tables and much more.
Blue Lake Resort is affiliated with the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) and subscribes to the principles of wholesome, family-oriented nudism.
Visitors: Please call to make a reservation: 1-309-507-6897
Swimming Pond, Hot Tub, Volleyball Court, Petanque court, Horseshoes, Frisbee Golf, Snack Bar, Showers, 3 rental rooms, RV Hookups, Dump Station, Tent Camping and more.
"We stayed in the motel unit the first night. It was our first nude experience. The people there were so friendly and made us feel at home. They were just like family. We were really impressed and one of the gentlemen who spoke to us mentioned that there were some campers that were set-up and for sale. We looked at them and purchased one of them. We were hooked. We spent most of the summer at Blue Lake and I can’t say enough about how it changed our lives. We had a wonderful summer and are going back in summer of 2022. The activities on Saturday nights were so much fun and the tournaments a lot of fun competition. This is definitely a family atmosphere and they stick to it. I never thought I would feel comfortable but Blue Lake is now my second home in the summer. I couldn’t ask for a better group of people to be around." – Ruth from Iowa
"Spent an extended weekend here – very quiet, small crowd, perhaps because of COVID-19. “Pool” consists of small pit with water in it, good for cooling down. Followed the path to the river/creek and was disappointed to find junk, weeds, dead fish at the end – really would be easy to clean it up a bit. People very friendly and pleasant." – Dan from Iowa
"Nice room with close access to clubhouse and sundeck. No pool, only a small pond which was not too inviting. Staff and people friendly. Stopped by on return vacation trip. Would stop again if in the vicinity. Try to support naturist facilities when traveling." – Gene from Ohio