I Have Yet To Try It

I have always heard that nudist resorts are some of the most fun and relaxing places to visit; a place where someone can enjoy being one with nature without clothes in the way. I've also heard that people who go to these resorts are some of the friendliest people you could ever hope to meet.

Hope one day, when I'm living on my own to visit a nudist resort or at least a clothing optional beach and get the chance to enjoy the beach as one should.

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3 Responses Mar 11, 2010

I went to a nudist resort in the Pacific NW in late June, and definitely you should go--super mellow, friendly, welcoming. Relax, do what you want, meet people, whatever. It was really sort of irrelevant that everyone was naked, except it just demystified and toned everything down from what I think of as "clothed" society. With clothes, it seems sometimes like we are wearing a shield of armor, or a costume, that gets in the way of just being oneself. Do indeed seek out and try out a nudist resort.

At C/O beaches, on the other hand, I have generally found more a vibe of "gawkers and gawkees". Not sure why, this has just been my experience.


I have been to Rock Haven Lodge in Murphreesboro, TN several times. They are very friendly and the feeling of complete nudity is fantastic.

definately friendly and relaxing, have yet to stay a whole week but day trips and a 3 day weekend have been great. made my 1st visit last year 2009, wish I hadn't waited so late in life to discover the pleasure.