Suwannee Valley Nudist Resort
When most people consider visiting Florida, they think sunny beaches and Disney resorts. However, Florida is much more, with geography as diverse as the Sunshine State’s population, tourism opportunities abound statewide. North East Florida is one of my favorite places to visit. The climate is more moderate, with changing seasons, majestic live oaks, rolling terrain, rivers, springs, hiking and bike trails and eco-tourism opportunities at every turn. One of my favorite places to visit is White Springs in Hamilton County. It is a historical and rural community of approximately 800 residents about half way between Jacksonville and Tallahassee, just off of both I-10 and I-75, allowing easy access from any direction. White Springs has a downtown historical district that can be easily toured on foot. The Florida Folk Festival is held annually on Memorial Day weekend at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park. Eco-tourism is featured at Big Shoals State Park with hiking, biking and birding trails and Hamilton County offers some of the best biking and kayaking in Florida.
Located just across the Suwannee River from the historic district is Suwannee Valley Nudist Resort (SVR) at 786 NW Stephen Foster Drive in White Springs. Suwannee Valley is one of Florida’s newest nudist resorts and was recently honored by the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) as the fastest growing AANR club for 2017. It is an over 21, AANR and The Naturist Society (TNS) compliant, full-service, clothing optional resort that is perfect for first time nudists as well as seasoned veterans. The owners, BG and Tom, pride themselves in offering the best service possible to their visitors by providing a safe and enjoyable clothing free environment.
They promote Suwannee Valley Resort as “North Florida’s Premier Clothing Optional Resort” and their motto is:
“Come as a guest……come back as a friend.”
This resort has everything, a large 40’x22’ pool that is heated in winter and chilled in summer with ample seating, tables and umbrellas. A spa deck with a heated conversation pool that is great in the evenings. Over 90 spacious pull through RV sites on shaded lots with both 30A & 50A service. Cabin and RV rentals as well as tent camping. A brand new, full service restaurant with daily specials serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food service is also available in the pool area. A spacious clubhouse with pool table, darts, a game area and TV. Live entertainment is featured on weekends and at special events. Enjoy water and court volleyball, water aerobics, hiking, wildlife (especially the many rabbits that live on the property), Petanque, horseshoes, firepit and shuffleboard. Clean showers are available pool side and in the club house bathroom along with laundry facilities. SVR is pet friendly with a large fenced in dog park and it provides complementary Wi-Fi.
Source: Review Resorts
Original publication 8 November, 2018
Posted on NatCorn 3rd November 2019
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