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Oxnat is a naturist club, founded in 1979, owned and run by its members for the benefit of its members. It is a member of British Naturism. The club has well over 100 members whose ages range from infants to octogenarians, and it welcomes applications for membership from those who might be lifelong naturists, or those who have only just discovered its pleasures, perhaps on holiday.

Since its early years, the club has acquired a peaceful woodland site near Oxford, and has built a clubhouse, with sauna, shower and kitchen areas. On this naturist site members can sunbathe, play boules, have a picnic or barbecue, take a walk along the paths when the bluebells are out, or spend the weekend camping. In 2012 members installed the hot-tub, and in 2018 the conservatory was added. 2019 saw the new shelter.


In winter, or when the sun stops shining, the clubhouse is cosy, heated by a very effective wood burning stove which, of course, is fuelled from our own wood supply. Here you can have a sauna, play ping-pong, pool, chill out on a cold winter afternoon, or join a convivial social evening for a good meal, a chat and maybe some entertainment or games. There are monthly gatherings of an art group and a yoga group, though these are not taught sessions, simply meetings of enthusiasts.

The club holds swimming sessions on two Saturday evenings a month, at The Wave, Didcot. It has a monthly newsletter sent to all members.

Join a happy group sunbathing and chatting.

Or find a quiet place to read a book.

A game of boules in the sunshine.

Naturists are keen on their grub!

The art group hard at work.

The yoga group shapes up.