My wife first visited a nude beach with a friend while in college. We would meet a couple years later, at which point naturism, or more specifically – naturist travel, became an integral part of our relationship. When our children were young, we grew frustrated while looking for family-friendly naturist places in the United States, so we saved like crazy and headed for France to discover the ultimate in family naturism. Our kids are grown now, but we’re always eager to add another star to our naturist travel map. (Click on the image below to go to our interactive Naked Places map.)
We have grown particularly perplexed in trying to figure out naturist travel in America. Some people confuse naturist places with clubs and resorts that encourage/allow “Life-stylers” (swingers and other friends with benefits), while other nudist resorts have grown up to be tired campgrounds with few amenities for those seeking an active vacation. This blog exists to help seasoned and would-be naturists locate a naked place that’s in alignment for whatever it is you think you’re looking for (even if that’s not what we’re looking for). Life is too short to spend time and money and an ill-fated nakation.
Have questions about naturist travel? Ask Naturist Dan. Or maybe you have a suggestion for a naked place we haven’t found yet? Click through and Say Hello. We simply want to support the campaign for normalizing naturism and social nudity, and hope these pages will make at least small contribution to that end.
In the meantime, visit our growing list of trip reports indexed from the menu on the next page, or LISTED HERE IN ALPHA ORDER or HERE IN THE ORDER WE’VE POSTED REVIEWS ON THE BLOG. We’ll keep adding to this list each time we post a new review.
Or… you can always simply search for a place that we’ve blogged about over the past eight years: