Rental Rates

Rental Rates & Details
Please plan your visits accordingly and allow for appropriate travel time. Families and Couples are always expected to visit together for every visit, especially if you are considering application for membership.

The gate is not open to visitors arriving before 9am or after 7pm during the summer season and we do not accept same day bookings for any visits.
Please call at least one week in advance to arrange your visit. You must confirm the day and time of your arrival with someone by phone for every visit.

Leaving a voice or e-mail does not constitute a confirmation.

If you need to cancel or delay your arrival, please call as soon as you can so we can accommodate others.

Full charges will apply for booked rentals not cancelled with a days notice.

We enjoy your visit when you are expected. Please respect all of our members. Never just show up at the gate without an appointment and expect to be let in. You will be told to leave.

Thank you for your full cooperation and respect. We look forward to meeting you!

Rental Rates
Regular Day fees: $35.00 per couple, and $30.00 per single
Affiliation Day Fees (AANR, FCN, etc.): $30.00 per couple and $25.00 per single

Camping Fees (associate/ordinary members)

Daily (without power) $15.00 (with power) $20.00
Weekly (without power) $90.00 (with power) $120.00
Monthly (without power) $300.00 (with power) $390.00
Camping Fees – Visitor Couples (includes day fees)
Daily (without power) $50.00 (with power) $55.00
Weekly (without power) $335.00 (with power) $365.00
Camping Fees – Visitor Singles (includes day fees)
Daily (without power) $45.00 (with power) $50.00
Weekly (without power) $300.00 (with power) $330.00
Monthly camping is only available to Affiliate members
Monthly (without power) $1200.00 (with power) $1290.00

Rental Cabin fees (includes day fees) are as follows:
Small Cabin $85.00/night $460.00/week $1750.00/month
Large Cabin $105.00/night $495.00/week $2450.00?month

All fees are subject to the 5% Goods & Services Tax (GST) where applicable

OVER NIGHT VISITS AND CAMPING

Many members find that over-nighting at Helios provides more than just a
convenient extension of a relaxing visit.
Waking up to a peaceful Helios morning feels refreshing and the warm rising sun seems to melt away yesterday’s burdens and vaporize tomorrow’s concerns.
Depending upon one’s comfort / budget / privacy, there are many modes
of sleeping over to enjoy a more complete getaway.

TENTING
Please call ahead to book your tenting site.

RV/CAMPER/VAN
Level parking for small to medium self contained vehicles.
Owners of large RV’s should call ahead to check for
accessibility and availability of sites.

Electrical hook ups ( $5.00 / night ) are available on a first come, first serve basis.

After your allowable visits, we hope that you consider applying to become a member of Helios by selecting a membership option that best suits your needs and fill out the membership application form.

Visiting Basics

WHAT TO BRING
Comfortable footwear
Towels (one for seating courtesy and additional ones for use swimming or sun tanning)
Soap/Shampoo (this is a must as you must shower before entering the pool or hot tub)
Sunscreen, hat, sunshades, etc.
Casual wear (evenings are sometimes cool )
Flashlight, if staying past sunset
Food and beverages (as there is no onsite store )

WHAT NOT TO BRING
Camera / Video Equipment
Fireworks, firearms, weapons of any kind
Swimsuits
Anti-social / predatory behavior
Illegal substances
Discourteous smoking habits

CONTACT US FOR CURRENT RATES

Though the policy is officially “nude when possible, clothed when practical” body acceptance and social nudity are customary and traditional at Helios.
Its members support the club as their clothes free sanctuary and especially on a warm, sunny day, naturally assume that visitors and guests come to participate rather than to gawk.

A minimum of 3 weekend visits are required before membership application can be filled out.
The visitor fees are $35.00 for a couple and $30.00 for a single (day visits). Over night
stays are an additional $15.00 without power and $20.00 with power.

OVER NIGHT VISITS AND CAMPING

Many members find that over-nighting at Helios provides more than just a convenient extension of a relaxing visit.
Waking up to a peaceful Helios morning feels refreshing and the warm rising sun seems to melt away yesterday’s burdens and vaporize tomorrow’s concerns.
Depending upon one’s comfort / budget / privacy, there are many modes of sleeping over to enjoy a more complete getaway.

TENTING
Bring your own and choose any available / unreserved tent site.

RV/CAMPER/VAN
Level parking for small to medium self contained vehicles.
Owners of large RV’s should call ahead to check for accessibility and availability of sites.
Electrical hook ups ( $5.00 / night ) are available on a first come, first serve basis.
After your allowable visits, we hope that you become a member of Helios by selecting a membership that best suites your needs.
Please call ahead for reservations – see the Contact Us page for info

FAQs

Got questions? Well we’ve got a few real answers for you!

Question 1: Why do people choose nude recreation?
A: 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.

Question 2: What special preparations should I make before visiting a nudist park?
A: Generally none at all, apart from those you would normally make to go anywhere.

Question 3: Are children likely to be shocked by their first sight of nudists?
A: No. Children are natural nudists and usually take to it with a minimum of adjustment.

Question 4: What should I bring?
A: Bring towels, comfortable footwear, suntan lotion and sunglasses. You might also want to bring a hat, something to read, and any sporting equipment desired.

Question 5: What is the cost?
A: That varies from park to park and generally costs less than public RV campgrounds.

Question 6: Will I be embarrassed by my surgical scars?
A: No, you will not. Approximately one nudist in three carries some mark of surgery; these marks make no difference at all. Ignore them because everyone else will. Your personality will be noticed more than any scar.

Question 7: My figure, to say the least, is less than perfect. Will I feel out of place?
A: About one figure in twenty seen at a nudist park is exemplary; the rest will be like people everywhere. Actually, a person’s physical proportions means less in nudist parks than elsewhere. Many  nudists (male and female) will never take any prizes for physical beauty. Ladies who are disturbed by the thought that they might be less than ideal in this regard should put aside their concerns. The problem doesn’t exist.

Question 8: What about periods or menstruation?
A: Menstruation is looked upon as a normal, healthy function. The wearing of shorts or the use of tampons enables women to enjoy most of their nudist activities. It is not a subject of notice or comment.

Question 9: Are there any religious implications involved in nudism?
A: Not at all. Nudists represent all major faiths and most of the lesser ones.

Question 10: Do men become visibly embarrassed during their visits to a nudist resort?
A: This is a personal question. The answer is “No,” because nudist parks are not sexually stimulating. Many men fear this problem but instances of such embarrassment are extremely rare.

Question 11: May a married person visit the park without his/her spouse?
A: Family nudism is exactly that. Your first visit to a nudist park should be a shared experience.

Question 12: Are unmarried adults eligible for membership?
A: Yes, but individual parks have their own rules. It is best to check with them.

Question 13: Will my picture be taken?
A: Photography in nudist parks is very closely controlled. Some parks will not permit it at all. No one is ever photographed at a club without specific permission in each instance. Children may not be photographed without their consent and that of their parents. Some parks provide photo corners where you can take all the pictures you wish of your own family.

Question 14: If I visit a nudist park, will I be subject to publicity?
A: Absolutely not, unless you deliberately seek it out. Privacy is fully respected in nudist parks. People who are known as nudists usually announce it themselves. No park will ever publicize your presence without your explicit permission.

Question 15: Is it likely my wife would be improperly approached at a nudist park?
A: Absolutely not! If such a thing were to occur, you’d notify the manager at once. The offending individual would be ejected and their membership card would be picked up.

Question 16: Can I expect any real health benefits from nudism?
A: Nudism embraces traditionally healthy activities such as swimming, hiking, volleyball and outdoor living. Mental health is improved by the positive attitudes about self-image, healthy sexuality, relief from stress and just plain relaxation. Benefits specific to nudity may yet be scientifically proven whereby direct sunlight is valuable for all parts of the human body. Doctors have been known to prescribe nudism for skin problems and general well-being. Pregnant women benefit from
sunlight in the genital area and on their nipples making childbirth and breastfeeding more comfortable. Eyesight is improved by exposure to natural light. The body’s circulation may be improved by the lack of constrictive clothing.