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YNA reviews Coventry Club in Vermont

The resort is in the countryside, surrounded by farm land and built right on an 88 acre lake called Long Pond. It’s the oldest nudist club in Vermont and was established in 1956 by a French Canadian named George Fletcher (who passed away in 2010). He called it Forest City Lodge. The current resort owners, Bill and Susan, bought it from the Fletcher family in the year 2000 and renamed it Coventry Club & Resort. We met the two of them upon arrival Friday evening. Susan is an affable woman with an expressive face and a boisterous laugh. Her husband Bill is more reserved and has a strong New England accent. They were both very nice and welcoming. You can camp for $12.50 / night but this time we rented a cabin. We got the key and followed Bill on his golf cart through the gate and down to our cabin where we parked. Then we hopped on his golf cart for a short tour of the grounds. He showed us their clubhouse which could …

British Naturism and the Weather Channel team to show where you can dare to bare

Dare to bare – naturist hotspots in the UK and beyond Let's face it, the Brits aren't the most comfortable of nations when it comes to the matter of nudity. Famously prudish, we'd rather save the naked body for specific situations – in privacy. But maybe things are changing, our Royal Family are topless sunbathing (gasp) and groups like Young British Naturists are breaking stereotypes and making nudism accessible to generation Y. 2014 sees British Naturism, the UK's national naturist organisation, celebrate 50 years. Here, they share their expert opinion on the best places to get naked… check it out  

Our First Clothing Optional Experience – Resort Review by Nekidgamer

My husband and I had been talking , and daring each other to go to a clothing optional resort for years finally for our 11th anniversary we tiptoed into the shallow end and went to Terra Cotta Inn in Palm Springs CA. Opting for a Day Pass just $40 a couple. I did some research as I always do and found they had great reviews for Newbies. Its adults only and NON-swinger, Non party scene which was what we were looking for. We were admittedly a little nervous but excited since we tended to only be nude at home. I had many skinny dippingoccasions with friends but strangers was a little more scary. We rang the doorbell and were sweetly greeted by Tom Mulhall and Jude their beautiful dog and mascot I think. Tom is a sweet man in nothing but tennis shoes and a bow tie. He greeted us warmly gave us a little tour and signed us in quickly. The place was kinda retro style but clean and well kept with a beautiful …