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  • #16
    Re: De Anza Springs Nudist Resort, California

    I stayed here last June. It was pretty cool. I went camping to save a little money, and the only problem was that it was really windy there, but you can't really blame De Anza for that. Thankfully they had a guy there that help me put up my tent, which was really cool of them to do. I went during the middle of the week because that was the only time I had a few days off. It was quiet, so if you like being social then get there around Thursday or Friday. I had a good time because I am really interested in hiking, and they had some great trails out there. Just be sure to tell the front desk when you leave and where you are going. It is still the desert after all. I don't know the average age of the clientele, because I'm sure that changes on the weekends when more people show up.

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    • #17
      Re: De Anza Springs Nudist Resort, California

      Originally posted by storm99 View Post
      Thanks for the heads up, sdson. He would enjoy the hiking, but it would be nice if there were a few kids to hang out with, even a couple of years either way.
      send me a private message about when your going and maybe I can work out a trip with the kids. It would be there first trip to any resort where they met other kids.

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      • #18
        Re: De Anza Springs Nudist Resort, California

        It would be my son's first time meeting other kids also. Sitll trying to work out the schedules. Thanks for the offer, I will keep you in mind.

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        • #19
          Re: De Anza Springs Nudist Resort, California

          I will simply chime in here and second everyone's comments in De Anza. In comparison, I have also been to Cap d'Agde, which I found pretty boring after 3 days, even though the beach is nice.

          When I go to De Anza I hike, mountain bike, hit the pool, play tennis since racquets are available, shoot baskets, borrow books and read a great deal, ate nearly all my meals there, and generally truly relax. The downside is sometimes one has to wear clothes and pick up supplies. I also tent which offers me opportunities to see, gasp, stars! It is also fun with the Sun rises in the morning. The downside is that the tenting area is basically in the dirt parking lot on the east side of the main building - not very picturesque, but easy to access from the pool, snack bar and bar-poolroom-dance floor.

          In my view the food is plentiful and tasty - far better than any fast food. It has been also better than Outback, but that may have been my limited experience with the chain. I usually simply ask the chef, "what will I be eating for dinner?" and he offers something new every night. They also have ice which I use to for my cooler.

          For me the biggest downside is that I don't get a chance to get down there more often. And in talking about it, I need to plan another trip soon.

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          • #20
            Re: De Anza Springs Nudist Resort, California

            I have visited De Anza once a year and as always find it to be a warm friendly resort. They have a doggie park so as you can see, they are welcomed too.
            The water volleyball is held in the indor pool, so you do have to take into account the ceiling (does not come into play very often) but you need not apply sunscreen while playing (needed in the desert sun outside). Needless to say it is always the fun place to be with numerous fun and competitive games.
            It is true that this resort is in the sticks and thus most activity happens from about noon on Friday to noon on Sunday (unless it is a three day weekend). The restaurant is open at a minimum to support this time frame, though the town of Jacumba as mentioned previously is as little as ten minutes away with a restaurant at the hot springs hotel as well as fast food (Subway) mentioned previously. You can also go to the Indian Casino's which have restaurants as well as other attractions to help lighten your wallet.
            Hiking opportunities are great, with believe it or not commuter train from the Chicago IL area abandoned nearby which you can visit in the your natural state and imagine traveling in them in the nude to work (they are double deckers and you can walk all around them as well as inside of them). If you like trains, in Jacumba at the old train station they have various old locomotives and other cars which you can see and walk around for free (though not nude).
            I encourage all to visit De Anza if you happen to be in the San Diego area.

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            • #21
              Last time I was out there (this summer - Nudestock) they had some problems with the settling of the indoor pool building. While many members from De Anza had come out to Shangri La in AZ for the AANR West Fall Festival, they had mentioned that they were tearing down the building with a new one to replace it. Just wondering how that project is going on, and are there any photos to share?

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