seasonal disrobing here
Want to knock skinny-dipping off your bucket list? Here are a few nude swimming holes and resorts in New England from the American Association for Nude Recreation. Visit www.aanr.com or www.naturistsociety.com for more suggestions.
Note that while swimming holes are always there, some camps and resorts are seasonal, so you may want to call ahead to check availability. Resorts often have a fee, and some resorts require you to bring IDs for background checks on your first visit. Check their websites or call before visiting. Swimming holes are generally free.
If you’re traveling to a warmer climate, check aanr.com to find a swimming hole or resort.
■ The Punch Bowl Off Route 100 just before the Kingsbury bridge, Waitsfield, Vt. It’s off the grid, so you may need to use GPS coordinates.
Solair Family Nudist Resort
65 Ide Perrin Road, Woodstock, Conn. 860-928-9174, www.solairrl.com. Solair conducts first-time background checks, and offers tennis, hot tubs,
canoeing, bicycling, hiking, a beach, shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, heated outdoor pool, kids’ activities, and more.
■ Sun Ridge Resort 131 Calvin French Road, Sterling, Conn. 860-779-1512, www.sunridge1.com.
■ Berkshire Vista Resort 312 Kittle Road, Hancock. 413-738-5154, www.berkshirevista.com.
■ Sandy Terraces 570 Wakeby Road, Marstons Mills. 508-428-9209, www.sandyterraces.com. Seasonal family nudist campground on the Cape.
■ Abbott’s Glenn 3542 Vermont Route 112, Halifax, Vt. 802-368-2525, www.abbottsglen.com. Clothing optional year-round campground and inn; rates vary.
■ Cedar Waters Village 24 Smoke St., Nottingham, N.H. 603-679-2036, www.nhnude.com. Family nudist park.