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A Day in the Life at Rhode Isand’s Nudist Camp
We sent one brave reporter to spend a late-summer day at Dyer Woods Nudist Campgrounds in Foster.

The most intimidating part of social nudity is the parking lot. You see more, from the panorama of your windshield, than you could ever absorb in polite company. Eye contact, after all, is an important social skill.

You park alongside a smattering of sedans, pick-ups and a shiny black Caddy and you’re presented with two options: Get out of the car or leave in a hurry, spraying the naturalists in pebbles and dust.

Me: I wonder for a moment if I should wear my prescription sunglasses. I pop them off, then put them back on, open the door and walk over to a cloister of bodies by a cabin with a retro RC cola machine in front. There are thin bodies and robust bodies; hairy bodies and artfully shaved ones. Nearly everyone is over the age of forty, and most are closer to sixty. I’m greeted by a bearded, jolly-looking man. (Huffiness, I think, would be tough to pull off in the nude.) I extend my hand, trip on a tree root and dive forward, careening toward his nether region.

This is off to a swimming start.

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Source: Rhode Island Monthly

Original publication July 17, 2019

Posted on NatCorn 19th July 2019

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My first nudist camping trip

I made the decision to start my new journey and visit every nudist campground in Georgia. I pulled up a list and discovered 10 of them plus one across the border, all in the state from the north Georgia mountains all the way east to the coast.

My first stop was Native Woods in Darien,GA. Darien is a small town located right off I95. It is known for its moss draped live oaks, picturesque views of the coastal rivers and marsh and its civil war history. There are also several family-run shrimp boats that pepper the docks. Be sure to grab some wild GA shrimp to cook while visiting.

Being new to the nudist community, I had no idea what to expect on my first camping trip-but I knew I was ready. As I pulled in through the front gates, I entered with an open mind; excited and ready for my journey to begin! I was met by a nice gentleman who walked me to my site and explained the ins and outs of the property as well as proper etiquette and rules. We went over the layout of the campground including locations of the bathhouse and clubhouse. He then gave me a quick rundown of all of the living critters I may encounter while there. Continued…Read full original article…

Source: NUDE (N)ude (U)ltimate (D)estination (E)xplorer

Original publication 18th July 2018

Posted on NatCorn 16th August 2018

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Me quité la ropa y los prejuicios para pasar un día en un camping nudista

Nudismo. Ya está. Solo con escuchar la palabra es casi inevitable que te hayas imaginado una playa con gente en pelotas, seguramente mayor y sin depilar, a la que le gusta exhibirse y mirar a otros haciendo lo mismo. Pero solo tienes que googlear esta palabra para saber que la concepción que tenemos del naturismo, un movimiento mucho más amplio que el nudismo ‘a secas’, no deja de ser un saco de prejuicios. Para mí, como mujer milenial que cada día intenta no juzgar su cuerpo, sigo siendo incapaz de hacer topless si hay algún miembro de mi familia o algún hombre a quien yo conozca y que no sea mi pareja. Así que, pensé, si tanta gente lo hace, mucho de bueno debe tener y yo quiero saber qué es. Y me fui a buscarlo, esta vez completamente desnuda, a uno de esos centros del respeto por el cuerpo y la naturaleza: un camping naturista.

Después de conducir hora y media desde Barcelona hasta L’Hospitalet de l’Infant (Tarragona) mi pareja y yo (a quién llamaré M. en adelante) llegamos a El Templo del Sol, uno de los nueve campings nudistas que hay actualmente en España y que, según me cuenta Ferràn Pujol, su Director de Comunicación, es de los mejor considerados. Ferràn me espera en la entrada para darme la bienvenida, para mi alivio, vestido. Me explica que allí todos los empleados llevan ropa para evitar malentendidos. Así que M. y yo todavía tenemos algunos minutos de margen para ‘enfrentarnos’ a nuestra desnudez pública y a la preocupación que le genera el pensar que va a pasarse todo el día empalmado.

I took off my clothes and prejudices to spend a day at a nudist camping
Me quité la ropa y los prejuicios para pasar un día en un camping nudista

El camping que, por cierto, está tan a tope de gente que no hay ningún bungalow, caravana ni tienda de campaña libre donde podamos pasar la noche, es la ‘torre de vigilancia’ que cuida de la zona. Lo único que la asociación naturista que protege la playa natural de El Torn y sus alrededores permitió construir con el fin de repeler a los rascacielos y los adosados típicos de las costas españolas. A día de hoy, aproximadamente 2.000 personas llenan este complejo, creado hace 25 años por una pareja francesa enamorada del naturismo y la Costa Dorada, y pasan el verano haciendo barbacoas, bañándose en su piscina panorámica y montando en bici. Lo mismo que tú o yo haríamos en un camping, pero en pelotas. Read full original article…

Source: Codigo Nuevo

9 August, 2017, 4:40 pm

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5 reasons to visit Le Colombier naturist camping

In summer 2014 my wife and I visited Le Colombier Naturist camping with our 5-year-old son. We didn’t know much about Le Colombier Naturist camping and we didn’t know much about the area. We had a splendid time there and can recommend that other naturists visit the place, it is absolutely worth it. Here are my top 5 reasons why Le Colombier Naturist camping is worth a visit.

I hope you get inspired to visit Le Colombier Naturist Camping which is located in France, Saint Hermione. Read full original article…

Source: Spotnaked

7 August, 2017, 8:20 am