Dateline: July 7, 2014
We're facing an unbearably muggy week here in New England! Weather like this sure makes the idea of vacationing in the buff sound tempting! Especially when there's a place in New England where you can give it a try for just $10!
Whether you're a seasoned nudist or you've wanted to experience the freedom of clothing optional recreation for the first time, here are 10 New England campgrounds, resorts and inns that cater to the less than fully clothed.
Poll: Would you stay at a nudist resort? Cast your vote, and see what others are saying. Is your wife the only thing standing between you and a nude vacation?
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- Visit the Hurricane Harbor Water Park at Six Flags New England
- Keep Cool in Caves and Waves
- Chill Out at Connecticut's Largest Water Park
- Tour Howe Caverns in Upstate New York
- Pretend It's December at Santa's Village
- Try Whitewater Rafting
- Go Tubing on the Farmington River
Comments from Readers:
July 7, 2010 at 5:00 pm
(1) Art Yaffe says:
You ask “Is your wife the only thing standing between you and a nude vacation?” Why not ask “Is your husband the only thing standing between you and a nude vacation?” In my experience, many women are open to the idea but find that their husbands have fears of “inadequacy.”
July 7, 2010 at 9:04 pm
(2) Kim Knox Beckius says:
Hi Art, Thanks for offering a different perspective. In posing the question, I was referring to a comment in the discussion thread that accompanies the poll… from a reader who said: “Yes, but I’m afraid my wife wouldn’t let me.”
July 5, 2012 at 12:58 pm
(3) Tom says:
I have been a ” card carrying nudist” since 1980. I have visited at least six of the nudist camps mentioned in the article. My only regret is that I did not participate in the nudist lifestyle at an earlier age. To the person who thinks they are too old for nudism I say, try it today because tomorrow you will be even older!
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