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This article is from the Naturism FAQ, by Dennis Kirkpatrick recnudefaq@sunclad.com with numerous contributions by others.

37 Naturist Organizations: The U.S.A.


1.1.1. American Association for Nude Recreation

The AANR is the premier organization of American nudist resorts and
facilitates lobbying and education efforts, while TNS serves as a
publishing organization emphasizing fair use of beaches and other
public lands. There are hundreds of local clubs, camps, and resorts
too numerous to list here.

American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR), 1703 N. Main St.,
Suite E, Kissimmee FL 34744-9988. (800) 879-6833; (407) 933-2064;
(407) 933-7577 FAX. http://www.aanr.com/

Web site is searchable by region and state for member clubs.

1.1.2. The Naturist Society

The Naturist Society represents many of the "free beachers" and grew
out of that phase of the nudist/naturist movement in America. The
Naturist Action Committee, in conjunction with TNS, works with
officials to increase public acceptance and opportunities for
clothing-optional recreation.

The Naturist Society (TNS) and the Naturist Action Committee (NAC), PO
Box 132, Oshkosh WI 54902. (920) 426-5009; (920) 426-5184 FAX.
http://www.naturistsociety.com/, E-Mail naturist@naturistsociety.com .

Web site is searchable by state for member clubs.

1.1.3. The National Nudist Council of the Americas (Deleted)

(Removed 10/05) The untimely passing of NNCĀ¹s last president has
seen this organization disappear from all known sources. As such we
have removed it from the FAQ.)

 

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