Resorts - to swing or not?
I'm a newbie and wanting to take a resort nakation.
From this TN website, I gather that there are some resorts who cater to swingers and others who are family oriented. We are not interested in swinging with other couples.
Can anyone tell me which US resorts are for swingers, so I can avoid them?
Hi all,I'm a newbie and wanting to take a resort nakation.From this TN website, I gather that there are some resorts who cater to swingers and others who are family oriented. We are not interested in swinging with other couples.Can anyone tell me which US resorts are for swingers, so I can avoid them?thx
Where are you looking to visit ... CA, FL, AZ ... give us a clue! ;-)
Thank you for posts 2-4 and for a couple of good suggestions.
I am putting together a comprehensive spreadsheet of all known nudist spots in the US. ( I do have OCD tendencies.)
Therefore, I have no specific locale in mind. Since I am in Washington, I'm starting closest to home.
If someone has already done this, let me know of the source. I don't need to reinvent the wheel, etc., etc. If anyone would like to help me, that would be very much appreciated.
thank you post #7. I found the naturist society and their list of affiliates. It is a very good list and much more user friendly than AANR or TN.
I don't think I am going to need to create my own spreadsheet after all. https://www.naturist.com/
thank you post #7. I found the naturalist society and their list of affiliates. It is a very good list and much more user friendly than AANR or TN.I don't think I am going to need to create my own spreadsheet after all.
Hate to be a stickler but it's Naturist Society not naturalist. A Naturalist is
an expert in or student of natural history.
synonyms: natural historian, life scientist, wildlife expert, biologist, botanist [more]
a person who goes naked in designated areas; a nudist.
It's not just you. There are many here that mix up the two words or do it intentionally, because being nude is "natural" but it's best to use the correct word for what our lifestyle is about. Naturists/Nudists love nature but aren't necessarily "naturalists."
I guess I'm more sensitive to this issue because "swingers/sex partner swappers" have hijacked the word "lifestyle" and added "r or r's" to hide their true focus on their particular "lifestyle." It bugs me because some get riled when anyone uses the word "lifestyle" with nudist or naturist, as in Nudist/Naturist Lifestyle, because "lifestyle" is now become synonymous with "swinging/wife swapping."
One thing to remember when requesting info on particular types of resorts or clubs ... it's always best to be a bit more specific as to the area or region you're looking at visiting. Many here have never visited a resort or club but some others have intimate knowledge of many clubs and resorts and can give you first hand insight, knowledge and experiences, more so than their particular website.
We have been fortunate to visit many clubs and resorts and it's one of my pet peeves when traveling ... I always need to visit and see a nudist venue for myself so I can not only say I've actually visited but can speak honestly about the place and not just regurgitate what I've read from someone else. At times, I will share experiences by close nudist friends that have the same tastes and expectations when visiting nudist venues and I'll share those but mostly like 1st hand experience advice.