Fees & FAQs

Prairie Haven Fees, effective 5/2019 (includes applicable taxes)

Day Use Fees














Includes day fees & taxes

Member discounts exclude holiday weekends









Member Discount





C1 & C2







T1 & T2







Oasis & Haven

Turtle Cove













Barefoot Bungalow








Includes day fees & taxes

Daily AANR








Discount Daily




Tent Camping







30-Amp RV Site







50-Amp RV Site







All daily fees paid by prospective members within the current calendar year shall apply toward full membership.  Arrivals after 5:00pm pay half-price daily membership fees.

Prairie Haven Policies


Please call ahead to arrange your visit.

All non-members (even those who arrive accompanied by members), must register at the office upon arrival, where you will be asked to provide reasonable information and pay appropriate fees. Visitors, when you arrive at our front locked gate, please ring the buzzer; a camp host will contact you there and take you to the office for registration.


All persons are expected to sit on a towel as a matter of common courtesy.

Any person leaving the Club grounds will need to be adequately clothed. Parking is located inside the campground.


Read and obey all posted pool and hot tub signs. No lifeguard is on duty at the pool; use of the pool constitutes your agreement to swim at your own risk. Please shower before entering the pool or hot tub.


The parents, legal guardians, or an adult member of the Club must accompany single persons who are under legal voting age. Any underage guest must be accompanied by an adult member of the Club and have written permission from their parents or legal guardian.


If you have a pet, ask the camp host about the limited areas where pets are not allowed. All pets must be confined or kept on a leash at all times. Owners must always pick up after their pets.

Pets known to have a propensity for aggressive behavior are prohibited.


Camera privileges are limited to members in good standing. This includes cell phones and other devices with built-in cameras. No photographs or other recordable images shall be taken of any persons without their prior permission.


Firearms are allowed but are to be kept in the member or visitors camper, trailer, cabin or car. No public display of firearms is allowed unless approved by a board member. Personal fireworks are not allowed.


Persons who are under the influence of alcoholic beverages or who possess or are under the influence of illegal narcotics or controlled substances shall not be permitted on the grounds of the Club.


Failure to observe these rules, common courtesy, adequate safety measures or any local, State or Federal laws while on Club grounds will result in eviction.

In the highly unlikely event that you encounter a problem or any inappropriate behavior from anyone, please immediately inform a Prairie Haven board member or camp host.

If you have any other questions you’d like answered, feel free to contact us via the contact page.

We look forward to your Prairie Haven visit.

Why do people choose nude recreation?

Nude recreation embraces the joy of living and experiencing nature in the most natural way possible. To relax and be nude is to let yourself be totally free. Although we enjoy clothing-free activities in appropriate settings, we also choose to wear clothes when practical. Nudists respect each other’s individuality. Our own self-esteem is enhanced by our ability to accept ourselves as we really are. We find it easy to accept others regardless of physical size, shape, or body condition. Moreover, social class distinctions, often indicated by clothing, disappear.

Relaxation, stress relief, positive body image, and increasing self-esteem are just a few of the reasons people choose the nudist lifestyle.

What are the benefits of nude recreation?

Self-esteem is enhanced in the nudist world, where body acceptance is the norm. Conversation seems to come easier. Many report the “time warp” phenomenon. A one day respite spent clothes-free seems to relax people more than an entire weekend elsewhere. Without clothes, stress seems to melt away

Is nude recreation an accepted mainstream activity?

The answer to this question is a resounding YES!

As reported in USA TODAY, The Yankelovich National Travel Monitor is one of the most respected polls in the travel industry. The 2006 edition of that poll found that 15% of adult Americans would consider a resort that offers a nude recreation experience or a clothing-optional beach experience either extremely or a very desirable part of a vacation.

In the January 17, 2003 edition of The Wall St. Journal, a front page story in the Marketplace section noted that nude recreation in North America has grown to a $400 million industry. The article explained that clothes-free offerings run the gamut from upscale venues with plush townhouses and room service to rustic rural retreats, to cruises on some of the world’s most popular cruise lines.

The Roper Organization has reported that some 54 million Americans have skinny-dipped in mixed company. For people who want to recapture the freedom and innocence of that experience, AANR clubs offer relaxing, down to earth, casual environments. Members may also participate in AANR World Adventures nudist vacations and cruises

Will I feel self-conscious?

Most first-timers adjust to social nudity in a matter of minutes and discover it’s not nearly as big a deal as they thought it would be. Some feel self-conscious before they undress since they’re likely to be the only ones not nude

What about our kids?

Children are natural nudists and quickly take to it like ducks take to water. Most clubs welcome children and encourage families to join. At these clubs, you’ll find activities and facilities for your kids to enjoy – and they’ll thank you for taking them along. As always, we recommend that if you are bringing your children, you call ahead to ask the club about its activity program and facilities. For more information please see our discussion of family values.

Do I have to be naked all the time?

While many people prefer to go nude 24 hours a day in clubs, others find it more practical to dress in the evenings when it gets cooler, for meals, or for some sports activities. A few clubs have policies requiring clothing in their dining areas, dance halls, and health clubs.

What if we receive unwelcome advances?

This rarely happens. If it does, simply report it to resort management and steps will be taken to ensure it does not happen again. Everyone should feel comfortable. Behavior requiring an apology is not tolerated.


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