Sunnier Palms Nudist Resort
Fort Pierce, Florida, 34945
Rental Units: No
RV Sites: Yes
Tent Camping Yes
Fitness Center: No
Sunnier Palms Nudist Resort Reviews
Sunnier Palms Nudist Park and Campground is open year round. Located adjacent to Port St. Lucie and a few miles north of Palm Beach, Florida, Sunnier Palms is AANR affiliated and provides a family nudist environment. Bring your RV or tent, stay a few nights or a few weeks. Spend your days relaxing by the pool, playing a game of volleyball, going for a hike or a bike ride. You will find the members and guests are friendly and enjoy great conversation. Members congregate every morning for coffee and conversation beginning at 7am in the clubhouse. The great South Florida beaches are only 15 minutes away. Sunnier Palms slogan says it all…”Stop by and share our beautiful Nudist Park ——Naturally!”
Sunnier Palms Nudist Park & Campground is one mile west of the Florida Turnpike & two miles west of I-95 on State Road #70 Okeechobee Road. Address is: 8800 Okeechobee Road
Sunnier Palms is about 40 minutes from the Palm Beach Airport.
All new visitors are checked against the Megan’s Law on the national database. No photography or video recording is allowed. No cameras or photography allowed. Inappropriate behavior between guests is not allowed. No explicit sexual behavior is allowed. Management reserves the right of removing guests from the resort without refund for any violations of the above.
"Sunnier Palms is currently the only nudist resort or club in the greater Port Saint Lucie area, which is surprising, given its proximity to Blind Creek Beach. Furthermore, Sunnier is really designed as a member co-op that lends itself to PSL locals and folks who choose to make Sunnier their home, at least for part of the year, but it is possible to reserve a campsite (with your own equipment — tent, trailer, or RV) or visit for the day as a non-member. They offer a free first time visitor pass for true nudist newbies, but also have reasonable daily/weekly/monthly rates with discounts for folks with affiliate memberships in AANR/TNSF/FCN.
The amenities are typical of your standard naturist campground — including, but not limited to: clubhouse with kitchen and gas grill, pool, hot tub, showers, wifi (!), laundry, fire pits, and nature trails for hiking. They are pet friendly (mostly), but restrict some breeds of dogs — which we find unfortunate as a blanket policy instead of simply requiring animals to be leashed and well-behaved. That all said, we had a great experience there and the residents and volunteers couldn’t have been more wonderful and gracious with their time and welcoming attitudes. If you happen to be in the area, perhaps visiting Blind Creek, it’s worthwhile to give them a call and stop by if you can." – NudeLeaseOnLife from New York
"Just got back from a great 4 day stay with my motor home. Arrived to a very friendly and helpful staff. They have great RV facilities with full hook up. Very secure, no body gets in that isn’t authorized be in the resort and tucked away from the highway. All of the amenities are great and super clean. The full time residents are very welcoming and helpful. Met lots of great people and my wife and I had a great 4 day stay. The prices are incredibly reasonable. We made reservations for a return trip when we checked out. I would highly recommend this resort to anybody who would enjoy a clothing free vacation." – Jim from Florida
"Friendly, helpful staff and great people overall. Usually attend other parks in South Florida, but will visit here again. Almost in my backyard. Had a great time." – Bill from Florida
"Checked in at front office, was my first time there. They were extremely courteous and helpful. I parked and disrobed. Spoke briefly to a lady who parked next to me. She was a regular visitor and was very friendly. Walked to the pool area and was greeted by other guests/residents who could tell I was new. I took a stroll to get the lay of the land and found all of the people I met more than friendly. I felt very comfortable there. A small group just outside the pool area introduced themselves and asked me to join them. we visited for about an hour. Then the group broke up and I went for a walk about, where I met a lot of friendly people on the trails and along the roads. I did not come prepared with food and beverages for a longer visit so I left at about supper time and went back to my hotel with a nice all over tan." – Dan from Kentucky
"I needed quiet time and to get back to the comfort of all the nudist resorts I have visited since 1990. I was so welcomed by all and made to feel part of a family as I camped for one week following a much needed divorce and helped my now contentment and no tears! My neighbors, the gentleman who guided me in and a welcomed hug from a fine understanding woman! This is why I feel at home at nudist resorts maintained under the umbrella of AANR! Folks don’t expect anything of you even if a first timer or visiting a new resort. I enjoyed smoking a pork shoulder for Sunday’s pot luck dinner that provided a feeling of giving and a chance to meet and communicate. I will return to and I recomend Sunnier Palms to all peace loving visitors." – Bruce from Florida
"I am the current President of Sunnier Palms. In the interests of transparency and full disclosure, I have to start this review with that confession, so of course I think Sunnier Palms is a great place! Also, in the interests of full disclosure, I need to let you know that we do NOT have rental units available per se—please call during business hours and we’ll explain—availability is extremely limited. That said, Sunnier Palms is a beautiful patch of earth and camping with tan-line free tanning is just one thing we have going on. We, The People of Sunnier Palms have been developing this 26 acre AANR safe haven for a nudist lifestyle, deep in The Sunshine State, since 1992… and as I said, it’s a beautiful place. I hereby extend a cordial, Presidential invitation to all who read this to visit. Remember to bring a towel in any case and an RV or tent if you want to spend the night. See you poolside!" – Joe from Florida