About Us

Welcome to Forty Acre Club, Missouri’s premier Nudist Resort. Rain or shine, you’ll love Forty Acre Club and its’ relaxed atmosphere, nice amenities and fantastic people.


 

Forty Acre Club is a family nudist resort established in the summer of 1950.  The Club received its official Charter from the State of Missouri in March, 1954.   The club is located on 80 acres about 1 ½ hours southwest of downtown St Louis.  The resort is associated with AANR, American Association for Nude Recreation.

The club facilities currently include a large heated swimming pool, hot top, lighted volleyball court, shuffleboard courts, petanque and horseshoe pits. Our newly renovated clubhouse is the host to our dinners and winter activities with its large gathering room and commercial kitchen.  For our guests, we offer a well equipment community kitchen.  Guest bathrooms are located near the clubhouse and pool area.  A beautiful fully tiled bathroom TAJ and attached laundry is located near our cabins.  There are four beautiful, well-furnished cabins available for overnight stays.  Our camping area includes R.V. sites with water, and electric hook-ups, numerous tent campsites, barbeque pits and picnic tables. There is free WIFI internet access around the Club House. Please be courteous, it is a shared service. Restrict your use to email and light web surfing please. Besides, there are other things to do here!

It is a family oriented nudist facility, dedicated to the principle that social nudity with your friends and family is wholesome, relaxing, emotionally and physically healthy, and just plain fun.  

We hope you’ll join us and Experience the Freedom of clothing optional recreation.

 

Forty Acre Club

Email:facmous@fortyacreclub.com
Telephone: (636) 629-0050
104 Ridge Acres Loop Rd.
Lonedell, Missouri 63060United States

Feel The Freedom of American Nudism

 

The Forty Acre Club, nicknamed “America’s Gateway Family Nudist Club” for its proximity to the famous Gateway Arch, is a friendly club for couples and families located on 80 acres of Missouri woodlands approximately 45 miles southwest of St. Louis