The freedom of a textile-free vacation meeting friendly people from around the world has its naked appeal.Ms Go Girlfriend and I annually explore a new naturist resort or facility as we travel.Bare Oaks promotes a pure naturist philosophy and requires complete nudity (to the weather conditions) over a clothing-optional facility.If it's your "First visit", you'll enjoy their unique onboarding experience that includes a comprehensive intro video and orientation to the facility to ensure your naturist experience begins as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
Be careful when walking on city beaches—broken glass buried in the sand is an unfortunate danger, so always wear your shoes.
With the exception of Hanlan’s Point on the Toronto Island, which is officially sanctioned, all these beaches are unofficially clothing-optional, meaning they’re either on private land or secluded enough that authorities aren’t concerned.
In some cases, established naturist groups maintain the areas, while others are public property.
If you’re a certain type of cottager, you know about skinny-dipping—you know, those dips in the lake accompanied by embarrassed giggles, a little too much beer, and a whole lot of darkness.
For those who’d prefer to be naked without the blushes and the beer, there are several clothing-optional beaches in Ontario, where skinny and not-so-skinny dippers alike enjoy the feeling of being at one with nature, no clothes in the way.