Our 40 acre family nudist park has been owned and operated by its members since 1945. Couples, families and singles are welcome. The park is located on Tiger Mountain, 3 miles south of downtown Issaquah. We’re 30 minutes from downtown Seattle, and just minutes from Renton and Bellevue. The view from our sunning lawn is great, including hang gliders flying above the mountain on sunny days.

Coming Events

Naked Spring Thing June 10 2pm-6pm

26th Annual Bare Buns Fun Run July 9 11am

Nudestock August 26 11am-6pm

Natchoberfest September 9 3pm – 6pm


Join us for a themed potluck meal the third Sunday of every month at 1PM.  Don’t forget to bring a dish to share!

Mid-Month Magic

Bring your magic cards on the second Saturday of each month for mid-month magic at 6PM in the clubhouse.   Bring snacks and beverages to share.


$5 after 5 PM, every Thursday night if the sun’s out we will play!

Game/Sauna nights

Game and sauna nights continue on the Saturday evening before the 4th Sunday of each month. It starts at 7PM, but you are welcome to arrive at any time and join in. We’ll have several games there, and you’re welcome to bring your favorite game, or snacks to share, or just come on out.

Youth Activities

Youth activities are scheduled throughout the summer.

Tell us what you think

Please let us know what you think. The planning committee has compiled a survey and wants your feedback. It is easy and quick and takes only a few minutes of your time. Help make the park grow.

Pictures of our park

Pictures of the park are available here.

Seattle PI photo journalism article about our park

Here is an article at seattlepi.com titled “Inside nudist culture in Washington”, with photos and story about our park.

Nudestock photo article

Here is an article at seattlepi.com with photos from Nudestock.

New park name!

We’ve changed our park name to Tiger Mountain Family Nudist Park from Fraternity Snoqualmie, to let people know about our park and where to find it.

Amazing Canvas Body Painting article

Here is an article in the Issaquah Press about our body painting event, on page 8. Use the controls at the top of the page to zoom in as closely as you like, then use your mouse to move the page around.