A groovy, funky, jazzy, naked kind of thing.
Mama needs a new hot tub!
A day of fundraising in the park with silent auction, raffles, and live music.
Monetary donations, gift cards, and very gently used items greatly appreciated.
Music by Kevin Andrew Sutton and Champagne Sunday
We’ll kick off the 25th Annual BBFR with a party!
Tunes by the Groovetramps!
Bring a snack to share and your favorite beverage and join in the fun.
Weekend camping available.
Carb-loading Spaghetti Dinner with meatless sauce, meatballs, salad, and bread. $5 suggested donation.
After dinner dance to the tunes of “8 Second Ride”
Be Brave, Be Tough, Beat the Mountain, in the Buff!
Celebrate 25 years of our clothing optional 5k up the side of Tiger Mountain starting and finishing in the park.
No shuttles, drive directly to the park. Carpools encouraged.
8:00 – 10:00 am Registration
10:30 am Kids Dash (all kids get prizes)
11:00 am Race!
Vendors: Cave Man Food Truck, Mocha Motion, Cheri’s Kettlecorn, and Nudestrom’s Store
Massage & Craft vendors and Fenix Face & Body Art.
Awards in all age and genders.
Online registration live now! Visit the BBFR page for more information.
The party starts Friday night with Mary McPage & Wild Willy Straub and Friends!
You never know who will sit in with them.
Music, dancing, and kazoo duets to kick off Nudestock 2016.
A Nude Rock N’ Blues Experience.
A day of music in the park with local bands.
Jeff Herzog and The Jet City Flyers
Vendors include: Cave Man Food Truck, Mocha Motion, Cheri’s Kettlecorn, Fenix Face & Body Art
Massage & Craft Vendors, Nudestrom’s Store.
$16 1 day membership fees, first time visitors receive a voucher for next visit free.
Kids welcome with their parents
Photo ID required for admittance
26th Annual – Sunday, July 9th, 2017 11:00 A.M.
Be Brave, Be Tough, Beat the Mountain in the Buff!
Online Registration is closed. Register at the park anytime this weekend, or Day of Race for $35
It is a 5K (3.1 mile) Trail Run/Walk on beautiful Tiger Mountain, starting and ending in the park. The challenging course runs over unpaved road, with a short section of cross country, uphill to the turn around and back downhill. If you find the risk of sunburn challenging enough, the course is a serene walk through the forest.
Tiger Mountain Family Nudist Park sponsors this race, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave your clothes at the gate. “Clothing Optional” means just that; it’s your option. You don’t have to run nude, however this race will have many nude participants and officials.
Guests can cheer you on from the sidelines and stay to enjoy the incredible facilities the entire day with you! You can include your guests’ day fees on the registration form.
After the race
After the race take an opportunity to go skinny-dipping in our crystal clear heated pool, while race results are tabulated. The top three runners in each age/gender category will be presented an award. We will hold a drawing for other prizes also.
We encourage you to take advantage of our expanded camping facilities on race weekend. It is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, naturally (no luggage worries). Children under 18 camp free in parent or guardian’s tent. We have showers and restrooms (port-a-potties on day of race) available so bring your tent and spend the weekend. RV sites are also available by reservation.
Activities all weekend!
Friday night 7-9:30
Wine & Cheese Party with “Once Upon A Tuesday”
Youth activities in the pool during party.
Saturday Breakfast 9-11
Saturday Dinner 5-6pm
Pancake Breakfast $5 suggested donation
Spaghetti Dinner $5 suggested donation
Saturday After Dinner 6:30pm
Dance and groove to “Geppetto’s Retribution”
Sunday food, coffee, vendors
and other vendors
Mocha Motion, Fenix Face and Body Art, Stabilyze Nutrition Bars, Massage, Yoga, and Bare Essentials Store.
All runners, walkers and guests are invited to use our 2 hot tubs, full size heated pool, sauna and enjoy our expansive sunning lawn after the event. There is also a wading/floating pool, children’s playground, sand volleyball court and tennis/basketball court, free Wi-Fi, Coin-op laundry, community kitchen, horseshoes, and clubhouse with pool table and TV. There will be snacks, drinks including espresso, plenty of sunscreen, t-shirts, books, and other fun items for you to purchase from our store, Bare Essentials. Bring some cash, as we do not have an onsite ATM. Children are welcome at Tiger Mountain Park accompanied by their parents.
Staff Security will be on the grounds to stress park rules and to assist participants and campers. There will be staffed storage for your clothing, etc. during the race. Bring a towel to sit on when nude and respect the rights and space of those around you. This is a family park so please behave appropriately. No Cameras or Video Recorders! Tiger Mountain Park permits cameras for staff and press only. All unauthorized cameras will be confiscated and returned after the event minus film or digital media card or photos. (this includes phones)
NO SHUTTLES! Drive directly to the park! Carpools Encouraged!
East on I-90, Take Front Street Exit. Follow Front Street south for 3.6 miles (Issaquah-Hobart Rd. SE). SE 127th is a gravel road on the left. Follow road to gate at top of the hill.
From Hwy 18 N, take the Issaquah-Hobart Rd Exit. Go left (North) 6 miles, right on SE 127th after May Valley Rd. Follow road to gate at top of the hill.
Please arrive early and plan for traffic.
Saturday, October 27th 6-9pm
No Theme this year!
Come as you are, come as who you would like to be, come as your favorite character, wear a hat, mask, or funny glasses, paint your body, dress up, don’t dress up. It’s a party…it’s not supposed to make sense!
Snack Table Fun & Games Costume Contest Tunes by DJ Dawnzella
Feel free to bring a snack to share, a towel, and your favorite beverage. Hot tub and sauna available.
Event is free with paid $5 Day Fees. Kids welcome with their parents.
BBFR is Back!!! July 10, 2022
After two years on ice as a result of COVID, the BBFR is back and better than ever.
Slated for July 10, the event will feature everything you have come to love-
a 5k run up and back down Tiger Mountain, a day of swimming and soaking, food trucks and good old
fashioned fun in the sun.
Just $35 gets you a ticket to challenge the mountain and a day in the
Day of race registration is $45. $2 from each race entry goes to cancer research.
Camping is free and ground fees are only $20 for Friday and Saturday- reduced rates for youth.
Find out about the race here: https://www.databarevents.com/bbfr
This year, Tiger Mountain will be holding its traditional wine and cheese party on Friday, July 8
featuring international recording artist Jessica Allossary. (check her out on Spotify) The
Canadian songstress will entertain the crowd with a mix of original music and familiar covers.
As usual, music is included in the evening’s festivities. Bring a bottle of your favorite beverage
to share and some cheese and crackers or your favorite hors d’oeuvres.
On Saturday night, we will be helping the runners carb load and providing the rest of you with
pasta, salad and bread to fuel up for the race. There is a $10 per plate donation for this event.
Please join with us and local musician Dave Reynolds as he shares some of his favorite songs
and yours after dinner.
Sunday is the big race. If you have registered, you can pick up your race packet beginning at
Race begins at 10:30- awards for all age categories and food trucks to keep you nourished throughout the day.
A race entry comes with a day pass to swim, sun, chill and play!
Don’t miss it. This will be the biggest and best clothing optional run for miles around. Do you
have a clothing optional 5k on your bucket list? Go ahead and check that box. We’ll be waiting
for you with (or without) bells on.