Have you been to an official nudist colony/resort?

Discussion in 'Bare It!' started by Rigamarole, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. Rigamarole

    Rigamarole Senior Member

    If you have, tell me about your experience!

    I'm not talking about just getting naked in the woods on your own, which can be plenty fun, but one of the resort-type places that specifically advertises itself for nude recreation.

    I want to hear all the juicy details. Where was it? What was it like arriving, checking in etc. (were the receptionists naked?), what did you do after that, did you meet people there? Also, was it expensive?

    Would you say, overall, you had a titillating experience? (I'm not trying to be a pervert here, I just can't resist the puns)
  2. Flight From Ashiya

    Flight From Ashiya Senior Member

    Ha! It looks like 'naturists' like to keep their sun club experiences to themselves.:(
  3. Sammy

    Sammy Member

    It's not the titillating experience you might think. I go to nude beaches regularly, and they're very chilled out. When you're surrounded by more naked than the eye can take in, it's not a huge turn-on, it quickly becomes normal. People of all ages and sizes. Of course, an attractive girl with her clothes off is still as attractive as with them on, but don't drool on her, it's rude!

    I also visited a "resort" of sorts, a club with a pool, sauna, hot tub and campsite. It was ok, but there were only 2 other people there under 40, and on the club night, when the locals came in, it was pretty cliquey. Don't go to a nude place expecting to find yourself on the set of a porn movie, you just won't feel like you seem to expect.
  4. Rigamarole

    Rigamarole Senior Member

    I wonder what sort of places they have in southern California...
  5. napalm_life

    napalm_life Member

    Never as a vistor, but as a youth we often went on missions to the local.
  6. busgypsy

    busgypsy Member

    It has been a while, but I use to go to and nude resort I could find while travelling. For the most part it was like going to and RV park except everyone was nude. I did find that people in general were more friendly, willing to talk and were just real people ( heel you have nothing to hide its all all the line, no one cares if you are rich, poor, skinny, fat, they just except you for you) Some place were more fun than others like Elysium Fields in N. Cali it was a very spiritial place, everyone was pretty mellow. The there was Paradise lakes in Florida...it was more of a condo party scene, dancing in the club swimming and playing volleyball, hot tubbing. So there are many different place depending on what you are looking for, however, many are very strict when it comes to single guys who just want to hang out and gawk. Go to the beaches where you can take your chances there. Nude resorts are also not sex clubs if thats what you seek then try swingers clubs. Anyway there are 100's of places to visit and I bet you have a place near you taht you may not even be aware of. Let me know if you are heading to a specific place, I have several books that list resorts all over the world.

  7. Smog_Kills

    Smog_Kills Member

    No, I haven't. But I have been to a pagan gathering (a three day camp-out) that was clothing optional and had co-ed showers.

    The first part of the first day I felt a little disarmed, but by the end of the third it was nothing. I saw the obese naked right next to the slender. They were all beautiful. Leaving the cameground I mourned a little. It was like giving up so much freedom.
  8. thesneeze

    thesneeze Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I'm a regular at a gay/nude resort in the Florida Keys. I usually strip off in Florida City on the way down and don't get dressed until i'm on the way home. Everyone at the resort is nude. It's mandatory. There is a lot of hugging and bodily contact around the grounds. There is both public and private sex. My favorite thing is to stake out a poolside sun chair and get stoned out of my gourd. Since I am totally shaved I usually get a lot of visitors and much touching and fun. There is no better way to spend a day. Or week.
  9. squawkers7

    squawkers7 radical rebel

    yes, in Woodstock CT, it's called solair (in case ya want to check it out online)
  10. I was born and raised in a nudist society my whole family was that way so I dont really think much of it. We lived with other families you had little kids running around playing together and people of all ages working and living life together just minus the clothes. Honestly I never thought anything of it till I was in my mid 20s. I'm 37 now. To me people with clothes on is weird.
  11. mrpwonder

    mrpwonder Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I have to agree. It was pretty much the same with me. Still today thats how I live.

  12. Dario Western

    Dario Western Member


    First up, referring to nudist/naturist places as 'colonies' isn't going to win you many friends in this forum. It's just as demeaning as referring to black skinned people as 'niggers' or Spanish-Americans as 'spics'.

    I attend nudist retreats and resorts on a regular basis, and have found them to be quite well-adjusted and friendly people as a rule (with the exception of a few obnoxious minorities).

    Don't go to such places expecting to get laid, or thinking because you are free of clothes you are free to behave any way you like. Nudists do have social graces and codes of conduct you are expected to comply with at their venue.

    It is an unnerving experience for people not raised in this lifestyle at first, but with subsequent visits it becomes more natural and certainly less titillating and cheap.

    The main problem with nudism is that the movement is not doing enough to attract people in their teens, 20's and 30's. There are several factors that I can think of - one of which is we live in an iconic society in which young people (especially girls) are pressured into buying certain clothes and shoes, or wearing their hair in a certain manner, or wearing the right perfume or driving the right cars in order to be 'cool' or acceptable. Naturism goes right against the whole spirit of materialism and teaches us to be ourselves without the masks or ego.

    I'm currently working on a few projects in Brisbane to help lure the younger people into naturism by means of creative and musical activities.

    Take a look at these sites: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/laissez-fayre and http://www.bodyfreedom.org if you want to see the direction I'm going in. ;-)
  13. gideon

    gideon Member

    I was an active nudist for many years till I got married. Regret wife does not do nude, fun or sex, bad choice. I was a member of a UK club and an International member.I also took advantage of attending any 'away' venues and beaches. I wish I was single again and free to practice nudism again at club level and beaches, I envy the youth of today with the freedom they have and all the opportunity available to go nude, although, having said that, I find the latest restricted practises emenating from the US in restricting the freedom of the individual to be a little worrying as Bush seems to have influenced Blair to introduce a Big Brother regime here and the UK citizen is losing their long standing freedom. I can see the eventual banning of nudism as 'perverted' practices.
  14. eveninmadness

    eveninmadness Member

    I live in fabulous PALM SPRINGS, BOI'S!!

    ive got all the nudist hotels, resorts, apartments, and condos that your lil' heart desires. Am I a nudist? Nope.
    Just wanted to suggest this flamin' fun town if you plan on a vacation. You nekkid people, you.
  15. taboodreams

    taboodreams Member

    we went to a nude resort when i was younger but my parents split so we just kinda quit going.now that im older i want to go again but being a single dude in missouri its hard to get into the resorts.
  16. Nude_Sun

    Nude_Sun Member

    i have grown up with my aunt uncle and cousin in a village near the mountain,we were always naked and when friends visiting us had to take off their clothes..but it was lovely anyway living in the forest naked.I been going to nudist camps and beaches since i was 5,meeting other nudist families and people,old and young,i was very excited when other families where asking my aunt to take me with them for holidays,it was realy exciting to be naked with another family people that i didnt know them and had holidays with them,sleeping naked together,playing naked,doing nude activities.I love it to be naked with other people..
  17. Naturegirl13

    Naturegirl13 Member

    I go on a naturist holiday every year an always have done.
  18. Dario Western

    Dario Western Member

    For the American readers who want to find out more about the nudist clubs and resorts in their vicinity, then try this site: http://www.aanr.com

    If you prefer to go nude in more public places such as beaches, parks and in National parks then this is more for you: http://www.naturistsociety.com
  19. 6-eyed shaman

    6-eyed shaman Sock-eye salmon

    I got into the lifestyle ever since I started living on my own. I frequently visited a designated nude beach and I got caught up with work and study toward the end of August and once I finally had some free time, the weather got cold and rainy for a week. So I visited some place in the northwest. I went to check it out, and I was the only one there. The staff was nice enough to show me around. They had a commons room, pool, hot tub, entertainment room, campsites, and hiking trails.

    I went there thinking I could do something to avoid the cold. But the coldness and it being a weekday kept a lot of people away. I was the only one there aside for the staff.

    So, I went to one but I never really experienced it as it should be. Once the weather warmed up again I just went back to the beach.
  20. riellox

    riellox Member

    No, not yet..

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