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A private clothing optional resort just North of Tampa. Friendly staff, good bar food, plenty of chairs and room to enjoy the sun. The big pool is 1 of 4 or 5, 2 of them used for volleyball, 1 is a warm conversation pool and...More
There is a video camera in the lobby, one at the walk up bar window, one by the pool table and one inside the pool bar. They never mention this on the website or in any of the paperwork they make you sign. Maybe nudists...More
Not many people there around the pool.
Enjoyed spending the night and swimming nude then tanning nude the next morning
Sarah and I liked it and would like to go back. Didn't realize so many people lived there full time. Saw a nude lady going...More
New owner new attitude??? Equipment that doesn't work, no hot water in the shower & emails not returned leave a bad impression. The place is clean and the working staff is nice, gated community security is excellent.
No outside food or drink allowed in; their drinks are overpriced and the food is horrible. The service in the restaurant was a joke. Over the weekend the resort waived the entrance fee if people brought a food pantry donation. This brought in a number...More
I have stayed at four nudist resorts, and have never seen any kind of bad behavior. Of course, no one likes to be stared at or harassed. That is why clothing-optional resorts do not tolerate the kind of behavior you... More
I have stayed at four nudist resorts, and have never seen any kind of bad behavior. Of course, no one likes to be stared at or harassed. That is why clothing-optional resorts do not tolerate the kind of behavior you describe. People must feel safe and comfortable before they will be willing to take off their cloths. And ultimately, that is the magic of these places – the way everyone cooperates to create an environment of tolerance, acceptance, and respect. The normal pattern for first-time visitors is to remain clothed until they have satisfied themselves that there's nothing to fear. Having said that, if you still have concerns, you might like to check out Cypress Cove in Kissimmee. They are particularly vigilant and particularly strict about public behavior – absolutely no gawking or amorous displays, even between married people.