Kaniksu Ranch Family Nudist Resort
Loon Lake, Washington 99148
Phone: (509) 233-8202
Rental Units: Yes
Campsites & RV: Yes
Snack Bar: Yes
Pickle Ball: Yes
Kaniksu Ranch Family Nudist Resort Review
Kaniksu Ranch Family Nudist Resort opened in 1939 and is located near the Canadian border about an hour north of Spokane, Washington. The resort is a beautiful nudist (not clothing optional) facility in the heart of the picturesque Cascade Mountains and situated in a grassy meadow among a grove of gorgeous tall trees. In addition to the pool area, the Kaniksu Ranch offers volleyball, pickle-ball hiking trails, a nice shaded picnic area and more. Nudists enjoy Kaniksu Ranch Resort year-round with weekend dances, potluck dinners and more. For out-of-town guests, Kaniksu Ranch has 10 rental rooms for overnight stays and also plenty of RV and tent camping.
The Bare Buns Fun Run Nude 5k Race is the largest event of the year at Kaniksu Ranch. The run is always the last Sunday of July and attracts approximately 400 runners from all over the world.
Kaniksu Ranch is affiliated with the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) which adheres to family style nudism. Please call ahead for a visit: (509) 233-8202.
Pool, Hot Tub, Volleyball Court, Pickle-Ball, Horseshoes, Snack Bar, Overnight Rental Rooms, RV Camping. Tent camping and more.
"Regarding Kaniksu Ranch Family Nudist Resort I’ve been there several times and I want to go back and I have applied for a membership. Last there about 10 years ago in August of 2012. Friendly staff, clean accommodations, great areas to walk and enjoy nature." – Lawrence from Colorado
"Kaniksu is a blast from the past, established in 1939 it still operates as a Co-Op member owned club. Remote because it is at the end of 6 miles of dirt road behind a locked gate, call ahead for the code. Once inside the gate you are on a private timber and wildlife refuge lands encompassing the area for tens of thousands of acres. The club is famous for its Bare Buns Fun Run the last Sunday in July. This is an out and back sanctioned 5K race. Usually 400 or more runners and walkers. Limited cell service and Wi-Fi service is slow but chances of seeing some wildlife like moose, bear or deer and wild turkeys is excellent. Pool is wood fire heated via a boiler contraption that usually is heated to around 84 degrees. Jacuzzi spa adjacent to clubhouse under a gazebo with an excellent view of the lawn and pond. Perfect place to gaze out on wildlife on an early summer morning. People are friendly and happy to have visitors. We are AANR affiliated." – Alan from Washington
Full Disclosure: Alan is affiliated with Kaniksu Ranch