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    I am attending my first nude resort next month. I am going solo. Any tips for a first timer?

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    I am attending my first nude resort next month. I am going solo. Any tips for a first timer?


    • #3
      Rule #1, always carry a towel to sit on. It is a major no, no to sit bare butt. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img]


      • #4
        Just be yourself and don't stare too much.



        • #5
          Here is my advise on the subject...carry 2 to sit on and the other for drying off when you get out of the shower or the hottub...or if the body decided to take control over your common sense...the 2nd towel can be used as a temporary cover-up until the urge goes away [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

          Rule of thumb, better to be safe in the beginning than to wish you had been in the end [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img]

          Greensunshine [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]


          • #6

            That's what I wanted to say. Anyway, Newcastlecalkid, forget any fears you may have. I quickly forgot mine once I got there and was nude.

            When up close and talking with someone, particularly of the opposite sex, look them in the face. If you feel a desire to look at someone's body, do it from a distance, discreetly, and quickly. There is nothing wrong with looking at someone, but staring is rude and innapropriate.

            Just relax and enjoy yourself. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img]


            • #7
              Expect to be nervous, especially if this is your first foray into social nudism. Make reservations beforehand and make sure they still have you on their schedule about a week before. Calling is probably best for making the reservation, but a simple email may suffice for the check-up.

              If they have a website, check it out and read their rules. It should tell you what you should bring and maybe even what you should not bring. As for what has already been said, the best thing, other than what to bring, was Ralph's "Just be yourself". If you are a friendly type, there should be no problem. If you can easily make friends, all the better. Just do what you would normally do when amongst a group of strangers, especailly ones who already know each other.

              Good luck and after you come back, let us know how it went.

              Bob S.


              • #8
                Just go and enjoy


                • #9
                  I have 2 first time experiences. The first being a nude beach. The second at a nude pool/bar at a resort.

                  My first public nudity experience was at Haulover beach in florida. I was excited about going there but quite worried at the same time. It's hard to know what to do and how to act when you have never been to a place like that before. I wasn't even sure if I could actually take my clothes off with so many people around.
                  When I arrived there I decided to walk the beach clothed just to get a feel for the place. And to work up some courage. After about 10 minutes of observing the people that were there I finally got the courage to go for it.
                  I realized that the people there were doing the same things that people on clothed beaches do. In no time at all I was used to being around nudity and enjoyed the rest of the day.

                  My second "first time" was at Atlantic Shores Motel in Key West.
                  I chose this motel because of the Nude pool,Bar, and Tanning area they advertise. But when I got there it was a bit chilly. There were no nude people anywhere. After a few minutes of disappointment I asked an employee about the nude rules. He was friendly and very helpful. He explained what areas I could be nude in and what was off limits due to health codes and the like. Well I Drove over 2,000 miles to get to this place and I wasn't going to let a little cool weather stop me at this point. So I undressed and relaxed in the cool sunshine for a little while.
                  I also wanted to experience the bar part so I walked up to order a drink. Several people at the bar were amazed that I wasn't frozen or covered with goose bumps. I explained that I was from Minnesota and used to cold. We ended up having a great conversation that lasted over 2 hours.
                  It was a bit weird at first, being the only nude person among 20 or so clothed people. But they were great and I got to do what I went there to do.

                  Now for the advice part.

                  Don't worry! Go there and do what you want to do. Just use common courtesy and you will get along fine.



                  • #10
                    Take sun tan lotion and enjoy. Getting sunburnt bums out an otherwise great experience.


                    • #11
                      Here is my report as a single, visiting a nudist resort for the first time.

                      Scroll down to the report labelled "Cypress Cove -- first-time visit to a nudist resort".


                      Let me know if the URL doesn't work. It may be available on to those already registered on the site.