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Nude-A-Palooza Clothing Optional Concert at Cypress Cove Nudist Resort

Press Release
By Press Release Posted  in

What do you get when you mix six tribute bands, lots of naked people, and a passion for finding a breast cancer cure? Nude-a-palooza! Hosted by Cypress Cove Nudist Resort in Kissimmee, Florida, Nude-a-palooza is an all-day charity concert, now in its eleventh year, that has raised nearly $350,000 for breast cancer research. Held on Saturday, October 20 beginning at 12 Noon, the event is open to the public and features six bands with tributes to Buddy Holly, The Carpenters, Donna Summer, Beyoncé, Huey Lewis and the News, and Aerosmith.

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What Do Nudists Really Do?

Ted Peck
By Ted Peck Posted  in

Ted writes about his 4,800 mile journey visiting nudist resorts and venues from Texas to California over a five week period. From the Heartland Naturist Music Festival to Laguna Del Sol in northern California and De Anza Springs Resort near San Diego. Read Ted’s light hearted account of the people he met and the places he visited.

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When is a Nude Beach Not a Nude Beach?

Tim Mullins
By Tim Mullins Posted  in

Earlier this year I attended a Parrothead Weekend at Cypress Cove Nudist Resort in Kissimmee, Florida. For those of you who may not know ‘Parrotheads’ is what followers of Jimmy Buffett are called. Parrothead Weekends are a celebration of freedom of expression. As you might imagine at a nudist resort it involves nude dancing and lots of fun around the pools.

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Best Nudist Resorts in North America

Zack Davisson
By Zack Davisson Posted  in

Vacations are all about slipping into a mindset of complete relaxation, right? To let the normal stresses of everyday life disappear and be replaced with sunsets by the pool and a drink in-hand. While the topic may make some cringe, nudists from around the world proudly declare their clothing-free vacation preferences as the ultimate escape. Nudist retreats may not be for everyone, but many find themselves at least a little curious.

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