Oakwood Sun Club


Average rating of 3 reviews.
Oakwood Sun Club - Oakwood Sun Club Patio
Oakwood Sun Club Patio.

Address information

Oakwood Sun Club
Chequers Road
Noak Hill, Brentwood, Essex
+44 (0)7960/ 109 041
Lat: 51.625480
Long: 0.232069


This is a members' club with no camping facilities. Visitors are welcome when we are available - usually on Sundays and occasionally at other times. Please contact us by email or phone.


  • London 22 Miles / 00:46


  • Open all year


  • No INF / AANR card required
  • Society
  • Only for day recreation
  • Area (ha): 3
  • Adapted toilets for disabled


  • Fridge / freezer for communal use
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court


  • English spoken
  • Singles welcome
  • Suitable for children

Opinions and experiences of visitors with Oakwood Sun Club

Thank you Jim for a favorable review, it's always encouraging to hear good things said about Oakwood Sun Club.

Bob Grieve | 19-01-2020
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Nice friendly club I'm 75 and have been a member for 14 yrs,in summer I'm in and out of the pool,which is keped to high standard by Terry and Harvey.
Jim smith | 19-01-2020
Oakwood occupies about 5 acres of grass and woodland between Brentwood and Romford. The lawn is a pleasant place for chatting and sunbathing while the wood protects it from the wind and provides welcome relief from the sun in hot weather. The club has a swimming pool, children’s playground and areas for miniten (a sort of short tennis), petanque (French bowls), croquet and other games. Indoors are a dart board, a pool table, table tennis and a kitchen. In winter we run a social programme of quizzes, pub nights, music sessions and gourmet evenings. Members have their own private nature reserve, where they can listen to the woodland birdsong, watch our newly-arrived nuthatches, admire our purple hairstreak butterflies, search for spectacular black arches moths or just relax over our hard-working Adrena mining bees with their unwanted Nomad bee companions.

Naturism gives the lie to people who perceive the hairless human body as a divine misjudgement. Nakedness, on a warm day, is comfortable, good for vitamin D and the immune system, ideal for exertion, exposes a readily-cleaned outer surface and is remarkably easy to get used to.

Our membership comes mainly from South Essex and East London. No one will be asked to undress unless they use the pool, although, if the weather is warm, guests should expect other people to do so. Families and individuals who wish to visit the club should call on 07960-109041 or email
Bob Grieve | 06-04-2017
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