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Where is the next FYN event being held?

River Serenity is a small, quaint private campground hosted by a family who loves permaculture and herbalism. We will have the entire 3 acres to ourselves - excluding the host's home - free to be one with nature and as loud as we wish! 

The land has private river access and trails for hiking and foraging, and there are three cozy open spaces to set up group camps (each with hookups and water) or we may find private spots along the trails or off in the woods. We are bringing extra solar batteries, and down by the river is a bathhouse with two outdoor showers, a toilet, and a sink, as well as two compost toilets spaced throughout the land. Laundry facilities are on site, free to use! A gift shop is located near the entrance with the host's number and menu of offerings for sale, such as laundry pods, fresh free-range chicken and duck eggs, homegrown fennel or mint tea, energy drinks, poweraid, trail mix, glow sticks, glow rubber ducks, jewelry, handkerchiefs, and other trinkets. A 20x20 tent is situated at the first main site, where you'll find a camper - theFYN Temple - and other vendors and car campers. Here we will have a community kitchen, warm outdoor shower, and composting toilet. There is a grill and plenty of outdoor seating scattered throughout the sites, as well as multiple fire pits.

This property is well-known for its rare Sasquatch sightings, Native American energy, and UAP activity... so keep your eyes peeled!

There are free-range chickens, cats, and dogs around the property, and they're very pet-friendly.

The hosts have a bounce house we are welcome to set up, as well.

We will also have aerial rigs down by the river.

This is a great stepping stone towards sustainability as we look towards more off-grid properties, while maintaining the necessary comforts and activities that we are used to. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate the waves that is our beautiful, chaotic existence! 

Where in Crestview?

5786 JV Woolley Rd.

Crestview, FL 32539

Distance from major airports:

58 miles - Pensacola International Airport (PNS)

33 miles - Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (AFB)

180 miles - Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport (GPT)

262 miles - New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

10-15 miles from major grocery and shops


Parking is on site in towards the entrance of the property. Vehicles can be driven into the first camping area for unloading and then moved to a nearby parking area. Vehicles cannot make it down to the other two sites towards the river, but the hosts have a small off-road vehicle they can shuttle attendees with their belongings to the site of their choice. There will be limited car/van camping in the first site. Other car/van campers may camp in the parking area towards the front of the entrance.

Sleeping Arrangements?

Tent camping is available on any of the three sites, along the trails, or in the woods.  

Car/van/bus/camper overnight camping is allowed on the first site or in the parking area at the entrance. Ask an amBASHador if you have any questions upon arrival.

Power & Water?

The 3 common areas have electric hookups and water spigots for use. We will have extension cords and power strips set up in each space, so bring your own cords if you'd like to extend power to your camp area. Bring refillable containers for water, or water hoses and adapters.

The outdoor bathhouse by the river has one cold shower, one toilet, and one sink. 

Warm water and power is available at theFYN Temple... complete with a full outdoor kitchen, sink, an outdoor shower, and a compost toilet. 

We are raising funds for more solar panels, solar generators, composting toilets, and solar showers to use at upcoming FYN Bashes, so if you'd like to donate, please send to

Is re-entry permitted?

Yes! Attendees may like to leave for meals or retrieving items from vehicles, or may be vehicle-camping or staying off-site elsewhere.

Do I have to be naked?

Event attendees may undress at their own comfort level. Wraps/sarongs are common. Nudity is a tool to bring people together, as one, in community. However, we believe that nudity should never be required, as weather and other elements can affect the comfort level of attendees. Please use your own discretion and remember that our events are family-friendly, so any attire or body decorations worn should reflect this.

What is the basic nude etiqutte?

Always shower before entering any indoor space, pool, hot tub or sauna. Always sit on a sarong, wrap or towel. Eye contact is appropriate when speaking to others. Respect the environment, clean up after yourself, and honor the FYN Code of Conduct.

What should I bring?

All attendees: Your ID, membership card (if applicable), money for vendors, food, drinks, and camping essentials, towels (to sit on and dry off), a sarong or wrap, musical instruments and/or flow props.

Tent campers: A tent, bedding, drinking water, jugs for tap water, a cooler with food and drinks, and any other camping/nature essentials you need.


Additional suggestions:

-extension cord

-power strip


-small lamp

-colorful lights

-chargers & blocks




-empty gallon jugs for tap water

-a few gallons of drinking water

-5 gallon jug

-small dishwashing tub

-water dispenser

-solar camping shower

-propane/butane camp stove

-butane/propane cans

-grill rack for fire

-camp fuel

-fire/flow props

-yoga mat

-aerial rigs


-ice packs

-food & drinks

-cooking utensils, pot, pan, skillet

-reusable cup, bowl, plate, spoon, fork, knife

-seasoning and oils for cooking

-tapestries for decoration and/or sitting

-comforter, bedding, pillows (1 for a sleep set, another for outside)

-waterproof blanket

-large towels, hand towels, wash cloths (some designated to stay clean for body, others for cleaning up messes, wiping feet, etc.)

-trash bags

-ziplock bags

-cloth wipes

-paper towels

-toilet paper

-personal toiletries, hygiene products, etc.

-sarongs, short & long sleeve cardigans to accesorize, comfy & warm robes or other materials for chilly nights, festive jewelry & accessories

Food and drinks on site?
There will be some snack and meal offerings available for purchase by FYN's founder, Robbe . Some attendee's like to collaborate on community meals to share. There are grills around the grounds free to use, a full kitchen inside theFYN Temple, and an outdoor camp-kitchen.
We will also provide a beverage bar serving coffee, tea, and other non-alcoholic beverages. 

The host is offering herbal teas, energy drinks, and electrolytes.

Are children / under 18 allowed?

Yes, anyone under 18 will be admitted without charge, if attending with parent(s) or legal guardian(s).

Service/support animals and pets are welcome. Animals must be non-aggressive. Please email us if you are bringing your pet or service animal.

What if I am over 40?
Guests over 40 can check in as a partner/guest of a current FYN member or as a partner/guest of a new visitor who is 40 or under.
We welcome performers, entertainers, workshop leaders and other contributers of any age who are registered as part of the event schedule. Email us with any questions.

Leave No Trace

Pack it in - pack it out! Leave the environment cleaner than you found it.

Keep trash separated - BURNABLES, RECYCLABLES, COMPOST, and TRASH! Be aware of the labels on receptacles around the establishments. Bring your own trash bags and ziplock bags to keep compost, recyclables, burnables, and trash separated in your camp area. Find an amBASHador if you have recyclables, burnables, or compost and are unsure of what to do with it. 

Be conscious of hygiene products, bug spray, and other chemicals that could be harmful to the land. Use any questionable items in an area away from people, common areas, and water.


FYN Principles

As FYN seeks to become more sustainable and ecologically friendly, we've adopted these ethos from the Burning Man Principles, originally written by Larry Harvey (co-founder of Burning Man) in 2004. FYN believes that this code of ethics applies transformative cocreation in any setting or situation in life, but namely those in festival and camping environments.

1. Radical Inclusion
Anyone may be a part of theFYN. We welcome and respect all beings from all walks of life, void of background, lifestyles, careers, skin color, religious or nonreligious beliefs, sexuality, and gender identification. No prerequisites exist for participation in our community. 

2. Gifting
Naked Bash is devoted to acts of gift giving. The value of a gift is unconditional. Gifting does not contemplate a return or an exchange for something of equal value.

3. Decommodification
Our community seeks to create social environments that are unmediated by "commercial" sponsorships, transactions, or advertising. We stand ready to protect our culture from such exploitation. We resist the substitution of consumption for participatory experience. The only transactions we promote/endorse are those within the community supporting our ideals and mission towards sustainability, connection, and eco-friendly living. 

4. Radical Self-Reliance
theFYN encourages the individual to discover, exercise and rely on their inner resources. Be self-sustaining as much as you can, and create environments that can help sustain and teach others who are still learning and growing. 

5. Radical Self-Expression
Radical self-expression arises from the unique gifts of the individual. No one other than the individual or a collaborating group can determine its content. It is offered as a gift to others. In this spirit, the giver should respect the rights and liberties of the recipient.

6. Communal Effort
Our community values creative cooperation and collaboration. We strive to produce, promote and protect social networks, public spaces, works of art, and methods of communication that support such interaction.

7. Civic Responsibility
We value civil society. Community members who organize events should assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants. They must also assume responsibility for conducting events in accordance with local, state and federal laws.

8. Leaving No Trace
Our community respects the environment. We are committed to leaving no physical trace of our activities wherever we gather. We clean up after ourselves and endeavor, whenever possible, to leave such places in a better state than when we found them.

9. Participation
Our community is committed to a radically participatory ethic. We believe that transformative change, whether in the individual or in society, can occur only through the medium of deeply personal participation. We achieve being through doing. Everyone is invited to work. Everyone is invited to play. We make the world real through actions that open the heart.

10. Immediacy
Immediate experience is, in many ways, the most important touchstone of value in our culture. We seek to overcome barriers that stand between us and a recognition of our inner selves, the reality of those around us, participation in society, and contact with a natural world exceeding human powers. No idea can substitute for this experience.

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