Established in , Solair started out as a gun club before transitioning into a nudist resort, Nancy Greenhouse, Solaire director, said. The resort opens its gates on April 15 and runs through the end of October, but the place doesn't officially kick off its season until Memorial Day weekend. In most locations at the resort clothing is optional, but Greenhouse said there are two places where being nude is required, the pool and the pond. The club says it attracts more than first-time visitors a year. Both locations are popular and on a hot summer day both locations can get rather busy.
Forget staycationing, daycationing and gaycationing. Now there's nakationing — as in naked vacationing — and the trend goes way beyond topless beaches. The group, which has close to 32, members and affiliated clubs, resorts and RV campgrounds throughout the U. If the term "nudist resorts" makes you think of aging baby boomers and hippies, swinging singles or Sports Illustrated swimsuit models, think again. AARN spokeswoman Carolyn Hawkins says nakationers are all ages, all sizes and shapes, and from all walks of life. There's no one type of nude vacationer," says Hawkins.
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Dozens of brightly colored floats bobbed in the pond. There were noodles and air mattresses, blow-up fish and alligators, boogie boards and floating chairs. Children laughed and adults waved to friends drifting by. It could have been a scene out of any summer camp vacation, except for one thing: Everyone was naked. At first, it was hard to know where to look.