A naturist’s view on parks

Parks for naturists (and resorts of course)

As a kind of follow-up on my post on nudist colonies I’d be surprised if you hadn’t heard of naturist parks and resorts. There’s even a good chance you visited one or more. I was thinking about parks and resorts one day and a thought popped up: Does size matter?

Does size matter?

This is because there are parks and resorts in many forms, shapes and sizes.


What is small and large in this context? I guess that’s what you’re used to. Depending on your area a club with 100 members can be large, whereas a resort with 400 members can be small. Look for instance at the giant resorts in France, like Montalivet or Euronat, each of which can house thousands of guests at the same time.

Those are resorts where you can shop, dine, walk and bike in the nude for your entire stay.

So what’s your choice?

Do you like big parks? Small parks? Any kind of park? Or do you dislike parks and so on in general?

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

6 thoughts on “A naturist’s view on parks”

  1. I like parks/resorts. I’ve visited three resorts within about an hour of where I live in Texas. I also visited a nude bed/breakfast, but didn’t like it. Resorts have more things to do for less money and more people to socialize with. Sometimes the nearby resorts have just a few people, but for AANR 5K’s, volleyball tournaments, etc. there are between 100-200. They have a great deal of acreage with nature trails, campsites, etc. I would like to travel to larger nudist resorts and go on a nude cruise.

    1. Wow, three of them in an hour’s reach, that is awesome! I have heard of nude cruises, they sound like an interesting experience.
      What is their appeal to you, Don?

      1. A large cruise ship is a traveling resort. It goes to different ports so you can go on excursions. You can visit several places without having to pack and move to different hotels. I’ve been on four cruises (non-nude) – two in the Caribbean, Alaska and Hawaii. I think a nude cruise would be fun and de-stressing. There is one that travels to the Bahamas, Jamaica, Mexico, and Isla Roatán for 9 days.

        1. Thank you for the info, Don. Sorry I responded so late, for some reason I didn’t see notifications you had written this!

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