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. Many first time nudists find that after the initial stress of disrobing, that it becomes natural and actually enjoy the experience as it becomes rather care-free. Really, this makes sense — most nudist resorts are not sexually-driven. Residents are made up of supportive, like-minded people, and no-one even has pockets to keep their phone in, further removing the chance of “the real world” leaking into the trip. This is not to say that an au naturel retreat is for everyone, but many find themselves at least a little curious. If that’s the case for you, read on as the travel experts at AllTheRooms have arranged a list of some of the best nudist resorts in North America.
Cypress Cove Resort – Florida
An amazing Florida resort that sits lakeside, plus only an hour away from the bustling theme parks of Orlando. Cypress Cove Resort is a bit like summer activity camp for adults. . .albeit naked ones. During the day, guests keep active participating in naturist sports like volleyball, tennis, petanque, and even a round of golf on the 9-hole chip & putt course. After a full day of activities or lounging by one of the pools, at night many visitors flock to socialize at one of the onsite bars: Cheeks and Scuttlebutts. Cypress Cove offers nice 4-star hotel rooms that can be reserved for a couple of nights to as long as a month. More Info: Cypress Cove Resort
Bare Oaks Park – Canada
This Canadian naturist resort is only 45-minutes from Toronto and situated in the lush wilderness of the Ontario Greenbelt. The Naturist (a term preferred to ‘nudist’ at the resort) is a year-round destination for naturists, catering not only to adult couples but also to anyone interested in spending some time in the buff. Bare Oaks offers a number of different types of accommodation options including guest rooms, rental cabins, and campsites with and without RV hookups. More Info: Bare Oaks Park
Oaklake Trails – Oaklahoma
Oaklake Trails Naturist Park is a family oriented, clothing optional RV park located on over 400 acres of wooded, rolling hills. Conveniently located half way between Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Oaklake Trails Naturist Park is a great place to live or visit and we always welcome travelers coming through that area of the country. Swim in the pool, relax in the spa or on the pool deck. Play volleyball, water volleyball or take one the many trails to go hiking au naturel. Rental units are available for overnight stays as well as full hook up’s and pull through’s for RVs. This is an ideal stop for families or a group of friends who need a little extra room. More Info: Oaklake Trails
Desert Sun Resort – Palm Springs
Located in the desert of California, the Palm Springs resort is easily accessible for weekenders from Los Angeles, San Diego, and Las Vegas. The hotel itself has a rich history, previously known as the ‘Monkey Tree’ for being an isolated hideout for members of the Rat Pack and other celebs. Many of the rooms, as well as the pool area, boast wonderful views of the San Jacinto Mountain range. The hotel also has a highly praised spa but be sure to book in advance to secure a spot. Oh, and remember to pack some extra sunscreen for the desert sun. More Info: Desert Sun Resort
Terra Cotta Hotel – Palm Springs
For Palm Springs Au Naturel fun in the Sun, there’s no better place than the Hotel Terra Cotta which is Clothing is Optional and the perfect getaway. Enjoy the large heated pool and Jacuzzi spa which is open 24 hrs a day. With class and nostalgia the original hotel was built as a celebrity resort catering to glamorous stars such as Clark Gable. The hotel has been renovated to its former glamour with all 28 rooms updated and beautiful gardens on 2 acres of land. More Info: Hotel Terra Cotta
Hidden Beach Resort – Cancun
A favorite in Mexico, the Hidden Beach Resort overlooks the Caribbean from its beachfront vantage point on the Mayan Riviera. While the resort has enough activities and events (not to mention its private beach) to keep guests sans-clothed and entertained, its location offers opportunities to experience many nearby attractions, like the Mayan ruins at Tulum, snorkeling coral reefs, and the nightlife of Cancun. Travelers can also opt for an all-inclusive option at Hidden Beach, which includes all meals, among other perks.
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Glen Eden Resort – Southern California
Glen Eden is a beautiful membership Nudist Resort located in Southern California. The resort has wonderful flower and cactus gardens, walking paths, lush green lawn areas and a full array of amenities such as the two large pools, six tennis courts, three pickle-ball courts, volleyball, water-volleyball Hiking Trails and many other activities. Glen Eden is a family resort that welcomes singles, couples and families. A founding priority of Glen Eden in 1963 was to provide naturists with a safe, secure place to enjoy nude recreation. Glen Eden is located in Corona, California approximately 60 miles from LAX Airport.
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Laguna Del Sol – Northern California
Laguna Del Sol is located 20 miles south of Sacramento and is the largest, most complete Northern California Clothing Optional Resort. The facilities at the resort are modern and first class. Laguna Del Sol’s centerpiece is 25-acre Lake Archie. Campers and RV’s surround the lake on weekends for camping get-a-ways. The surrounding hiking trails are home to all kinds of birds and animals for peaceful nature walks. The resort grounds end at the Consummes River featuring a nice sandy beach ideal for picnics, swimming and sunning.
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Shangri La Ranch – Arizona
Shangri La Ranch is a family friendly clothing optional resort located 45 minutes from Phoenix. Shangri La welcomes everyone interested in naturism. Their philosophy is that the best way to welcome newcomers to the nudist life is to allow them to ease into the nude environment at their own pace, therefore Shangri La Ranch is clothing optional. Swim in the pool, relax in the spa, sauna or on the pool deck. Play volleyball, water volleyball, tennis, basketball, horseshoes or hiking trails all with the freedom of being clothing free.
More Info: Shangri La Ranch
Do we have you curious at this point? Ready to find a nudist resort near you to give it a try? Here’s a link to our Nudist Resort Locator