All posts tagged: resort

♫ Cedar Trails To You! ♫

I happened to be crossing the bottom half of the state today.  I was on my own and with no fixed schedule, so I decided to not take the most direct route home.  Instead, I detoured a little south and made a stop at Cedar Trails Nudist Retreat (CTNR) in Peebles.  I’ve been wanting to check out this resort for some time, but just never seemed to find the opportunity to drive down that way.In anticipation of going to CTNR, I decided to do most of my driving naked, with the exception of an unbuttoned shirt.  The net effect is that I’m sitting in the driver’s seat, naked except for the sleeves of the shirt.  I think that this helps to keep people from wondering what is going on in my car if they should notice a totally bare chested man driving down the road.  There’s just something about a naked road trip, sun roof open, windows down and the wind of 65 MPH whipping through the car.  I love it!CTNR was not difficult to find, but is …

clothing optional resort in Louisiana offer respite from the heat

Nudist camp ‘barely’ deals with heat, misconceptions The owners of Indian Hills Nudist Park offered us an invitation to visit and get the “naked truth” on how they deal with the soaring mercury at their park near Slidell, the only nudist park in Louisiana. We accepted the invitation. If you are wearing clothes–and I was!– you are likely to be the one feeling a little uncomfortable as you arrive at Indian Hills, with its pastoral grounds and lake teeming with ducks, turtles and an assortment of people wearing no clothes. It’s called “social nudity.” Under a brutal July sun, stripping down to the birthday suit and jumping into the pool is a good way to cool off, and the owners keep residents and visitors supplied with hydration. read more – Source: WDSU News

A Look at the Upcoming 2016 Season at Solair Nudist Resort

Solair Nudist Resort 2016 Season: Young Naturists Weekend, New YNA Discount & More Tyler and my wife and I are members of Solair, a family nudist resort located in Woodstock, Connecticut. My wife and I are by definition young naturists, as I am 27 and she is 26. Solair has a slogan of “Come for a visit, stay for a lifetime” and this could not be more true for us. We started coming to Solair in 2013 after only going to a few nude beaches. We immediately realized that this is where we wanted to be for life. The members are so nice and helpful and there is so much to do. Our experience was so wonderful that we purchased a cabin in September of 2013 and have been coming in just about every weekend since. Our goal is to do the same for visitors coming in that the members did for us when we were new. They showed us the ins and outs, and we made friends quickly. I cannot thank our friends enough …

shedding clothes finding self

Finding Ourselves Under the Layers There is a community in East Gwillimbury that aims to heal the world one body at a time. I have been curious about the Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park for years and every time I drive by their gate on Kennedy Road just south of Queensville Road I wonder about the property, who goes there and generally, what is a Naturist Park? So finally, one wintery day, I pulled up the driveway to meet with the owner and park operator Stéphane Deschênes. I was surprised to find them open during the winter but they are a 4 season park with beautiful indoor and outdoor facilities.  >Stéphane and his wife Linda bought the property in 2006. The 50 acre piece of land was purchased as a naturist retreat in 1972 and though there were several different owners, it has been a sanctuary for naturists for most of that time. The property is naturally diverse with forest, meadow, ponds and a small lake. There are areas to tent, camp in trailers or even …

Bare burro 5k 2016 report

Bare Burro Nude 5k – my first nude resort experience It was honestly one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. The run began at 1030 and was a great way to start the day. By around 1130 the rain had come back so most people wandered inside or into the hot tub to soak. As a bit of background I have been going to nude beaches for a few years, however I had always gone alone. This was my first experience with social nudity and it felt strange at first but very quickly felt at ease. Sitting in the hot tub, everyone loved to chat and say hi, talk about the run or just shoot the shit. I felt more comfortable socially without my clothes than I do in normal society – I was describing it to a friend in that I would never be that social in any other hot tub. With the purchase of the race registration, a day pass to the resort was included and I thoroughly abused it – from …

The resort problem of the single male

The Single Male Naturist Well we have done quite well to date and have had a great number of really nice guys and girls who are single come to stay with us at Vassaliki. We have had a few bad eggs who got in but we removed them as soon as we were aware that they were there only to look and stare. So how do we do it? We believe it is the first point of contact the guest makes to the resort. Most of the time it is by email, so be careful this can easily be misconstrued by the recipient. What I suggest is calling the resort and speaking to the owners. We are very happy to discuss your holiday with you and discuss dates and accommodation requirements. Our policy is to allow singles on the resort as long as we still maintain a good gender balance of guests to give everyone a comfortable and pleasant naturist experience. If we cannot take your booking for the dates you give us we will …

Plans for Australian clothing optional resort garners praise

Positive response to push for Burrum Heads nudist resort Herb Taylor wants to purchase a secluded property on the Burrum River to start a resort for people to get their gear off. Australian Naturist Federation magazine editor Stuart Whelan said it would boost European tourists to the Fraser Coast. The Chronicle’s readers agreed. “These people will only be naked in the resort, it’s not like they will be walking down the street,” reader Catherine Cooke wrote on Facebook. Rebekka Charles said the resort was not likely to bother anyone. Source: Fraser Coast Chronicle

Visit to clothes free camp leads to unexpected results

We visited a nudist camp, and had some unexpected results! When my husband Ronnie* suggested that we visit a nudist camp, I was shocked! In time though, I thought the experience was very positive. Let me paint our picture. Ronnie and I were “hippies” back in the late 1960s. We even went to the first Sunbury Festival in 1972, and may have shed some clothing back then! Since then though, our lives have been pretty “regular” for everyday Aussies. We’ve just worked hard, raised a family and enjoy spending time with our grandkids. We’ve probably always held on to some more grounded “hippie” ideals. We like to recycle, get outdoors when we can and have chooks in our backyard. Although I never dreamed of going naked again, at age 62 Source: Start at Sixty  

Naturist judges photos allegedly posted online without permission

Naturist judge’s naked photos posted online Photographs of a judge posing in the buff on a nudist club’s website have been removed after media enquiries this week. Photographs of a judge posing in the buff on a nudist club’s website have been removed after media enquiries this week. The Herald on Sunday reported the pictures showed full-frontal nudity of the judge and it was not clear how long they had been online. According to the Herald, the images were used to promote the Pineglades Naturist Club in Christchurch without the judge’s knowledge.; Source: stuff.co.nz Curator’s note: maintaining individual privacy is an ongoing conundrum for clothes free community.