Clothing Optional

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List Of Social Nudity Places In North America - United States - Indiana
... and is a privately run clothing-optional festival ground with 175 acres of forest, trails, and great camping space that it is open to all races, genders, sexual orientations, and ... There are designated clothing-optional areas of Our Haven that are open year-round ... The Ponderosa Sun Club is a family oriented nudist resort (not clothing-optional) located in rural Roselawn Indiana on about 88 acres (35.6 ha) wooded ...
List Of Social Nudity Places In Europe - Germany
... nude bathing is common in Germany unofficial clothing optional areas exist at most lakes and rivers and other sites, such as abandoned sand and rock quarries ... Many unregulated clothing optional (FKK) free beaches are available along the Nordsee and Baltic seashores, Rügen and other islands ... Even in cities there are clothing-optional areas, e.g ...
List Of Social Nudity Places In North America - United States - New Jersey
... a part of the National Park Service's multi-state Gateway National Recreation Area, is a clothing-optional beach by custom and is the largest such beach ... Bridge and is officially recognized as clothing-optional with permanent park signs and full lifeguard and police protection ... It is the largest clothing-optional beach on the Atlantic coast of the US, and draws more than 5,000 visitors per day on most sunny summer weekends ...
Hanlan's Point Beach
... long part of the beach was officially recognized by the city in 2002 as being clothing optional ... Hanlan's Point Beach Type Clothing optional public beach Location Toronto, Ontario Coordinates 43°36′55″N 79°23′28″W / 43.61528°N 79.39111°W / 43.615 ...

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