Hill Country Nudists is a non-landed nudist/naturist club based in Austin, Texas. HCN believes in the dignity and wholesomeness of the human body, and that nudity imparts no shame.
HCN embraces the notion that social nudity plays an important part in the improvement of our quality-of-life in the face of the many negative influences encountered in modern society.
What do we do?
We hold gatherings, typically once or twice per month, where we undress, socialize and have a good time! The places, themes and sizes of our gatherings vary widely. In the past, we have held game nights, movie nights, boat parties, murder mystery nights, tie dye t-shirt making, and parties with live music (this is the Live Music Capital of the World, right?) and many more. The list is very long!
We work to benefit the local communities by participation in programs such as Barton Creek Greenbelt cleanups for Keep Austin Beautiful, and Austin Parks’ Christmas Tree Recycling program. We also solicit donations at our gatherings for the Central Texas Food Bank, for which we are a large recurring donor organization.
We work closely with The American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) and The Naturist Society (TNS), as well as AANR-Southwest to assist in their efforts at the regional and national level to benefit the cause of social nudism.
We have a strong and dedicated Board of Directors who work hard to plan all the great events, publish a monthly newsletter and tend to all the administrative tasks of running a vibrant club.
Our Mission Statement
HCN is dedicated to the wholesome acceptance of the human body and the enjoyment of nude recreation.
HCN promotes freedom enjoyed through nude recreation and places an emphasis on creativity and inclusiveness.
HCN will always honor a member’s anonymity, and will strive for greater acceptance of the body in society.
HCN embraces non-sexual social nudity as a legitimate aspect of life in our society.
Current HCN Board