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Top 10 Nude Beach/Resorts in the U.S.

January 12, 2018

This has been one of the most “revealing” topics I’ve ever researched. Things I’ve learned… most nude resorts have trailers, people can actually play tennis naked, there are a lot of swinger resorts (which is not what I will be discussing in this post.)

I’ve searched high and low on the internet and seen tonza private parts to find the best of the best for you all when it comes to nude resorts and beaches. I had to really weed out the bad ones and believe me there were some BAD ones! Here are the top 10 NUDE beaches/resorts in the U.S. 

Sea Mountain Resort, California

Amidst the desert scene just below the Santa Rose foothills lies the Sea Mountain Resort, an adult only clothing optional getaway. Whether you want to relax at their spa and tan in the garden. Or, get a bit more rowdy and sip cocktails by the pool or show off ALL your moves at the nude dance party, this place seems to have quite the offering. The rooms are actually legit rooms (that was hard to find) and the crowd seems a bit more lively than other locations.

Caliente Resorts, Florida 

This resort seems to me like the best of all! The place itself looks beautiful, like a regular resort (unlike all the others.) They have lots of parties listed on their event calendar, so if you’re looking to meet people and get a little wild this seems like the spot. It seems busy and fun! *If I were going to a nude resort I would pick this one.

Cypress Cove Nudist Resort, Florida

Cypress Cove has nice rooms and an all over great resort. They seem to have quite a few activities including boating, tennis, line dancing and even Chinese Wand exercise classes. SCORE! You can also enjoy the spa, gym or newly remodeled rooms while being naked.

Moshup Beach, Martha’s Vineyard

The Gay Head cliffs serve as a backdrop to this beautiful beach on the Atlantic coast. It is quite cold, but the location is picturesque. Apparently, the far end of the beach is where the nudists congregate. The Vineyard is a fun place to stroll around, but has a very preppy atmosphere, which makes this nude bohemian beach an even more thrilling visit. 

South Padre Beach, Texas

Also known as “UFO Beach” is a peaceful, secluded getaway to bathe in the buff. Although, you might want to find a spot behind a dune. They do patrol the area, so make sure to have a cover up/towel and use discretion if there are other sunbathers, especially those suited up beach goers. However, the beach looks quite beautiful. 

Haulover Beach, Flordia

Almost year round beautiful weather at this stunning Miami beach. 0.4 miles of the beach is designated for nudists, so make sure to stay within those perimeters. It seems to get very populated and is great for surfing and swimming. This nude beach was on a lot of top nude beach lists, so this one should definitely be on your list! 

The Banana Patch, Hawaii

It would be difficult for this nudist resort to look uninviting because of its stunning location in Kona Coast. They have a few sleeping options, but I would try the tree house hideaway. You get a private hot tub and sundeck! There are quite a few activities to do as well in the area like horseback riding (which is not done nude…) and hula lessons. If you are looking to enjoy, relax, and take in the nature of Hawaii this seems like a good option. (Less of a party vibe here.)  

Hawaii’s Nude Beaches 

Hawaii just has way too many beautiful nude beaches. Here is a list to check out by Trip Savvy. 

Hippie Hollow, Texas

Located on Lake Travis in Austin, TX. This has more of a wild party vibe with boats lined up with water slides, coolers of beer and lots and lots of people. Think Red Neck Yacht club when you think of Hippie Hollow. TBH it looks like a blast. 

Rock Lodge Nudist Club, New Jersey

Boasts a friendly atmosphere and is known to be family oriented. The Club promotes pot luck dinners, nude boating and volleyball. There is no lodging at the club, but plenty of nearby B&B’s and campsites. 

 

 

 

 

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  • Reply Selina January 15, 2018 at 10:38 am

    oh wow how interesting!! I never been to any of those
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