Locations in Texas

Is there anyone whos been to the resorts in Texas, or even Hippie Hollow? Been curious about it for a while and been wanting to get thoughts from other people.

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Hello... we are regulars at Hippie Hollow and get out every weekend. We used to go a couple times a week but work has curtailed us to just the weekends. If you'd like to get more info on the park we can certainly fill you in. Robert & Kathi here.

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Hippie Hollow has everything that you would want at a resort except a sandy beach. You should be able to work around that.
Plenty of close parking, paved road to walk on, real bathrooms, water to hose off in, plenty of room, and much more.
If it was closer we'd be there every weekend!

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been to Wildwood in Decatur really nice and people friendly lots of trails if like that!

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Ive been to Wildwood, Star Ranch, and Hippie Hollow. Wildwood is by far the best. The people are super friendly and it has a lot of nice hiking trails. My only problem with Hippie Hollow was no one wanted to open up and talk to a stranger. As nudist we should be open to new people and friendly to all. Still as per everywhere Ive ever went clothed or nude. Nudist are the friendliest bunch!! We wear our smiles proudly!

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I absolutely love getting out to Hippie Hollow. People are super friendly out there, even when I go solo I usually meet at least one new person / couple each time!

Star Ranch is also nice, their remodeled pool area is fantastic and they always put on a good time during the summer holidays.

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I've been to Hippie Hollow many times, but I'm not the most socially adept person. I'm usually the guy sitting by himself, trying to not bother anyone.

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I've been to Wildwood, Bluebonnet, Bare Hide and Star Ranch to do the 5K nude run/walk events over the last three years. Done H H also. Advantage that nudist resorts have over HH is that you have comforts of home and all control access so individuals are somewhat screened. What I like about HH is swimming in the lake, it's much different than swimming in the pools of the resorts. All the resorts have nature areas that you can walk. HH also has natural areas you can walk though you have some individuals that use it to do more intimate/personal things that I've never encountered at nudist resorts.

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We've been to Bluebonnet for a day trip. It was enjoyable. No particular reason for not going back there. We've been to Bare Hide (was Armadillo when we went there) as our first nudist venue. Very rustic. Mostly go to Wildwood because of people we got to know on a BN cruise. They are members/residents there, so we go there mostly.

We've been to Star Ranch and really liked it. Would go more but it's much further than WW. We've also been to Sandpiper several times in the winter time. Great place to go in the winter. Went to Natures once in the winter time. Really nice but much smaller than Sandpiper. Sandpiper also has one bedroom suites that they rent for those that don't have an RV.

Been to Hippie Hollow. It was nice but prefer sand beaches.

Alayna and Jeff

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We've been to Wildwood and Bluebonnet. Both are very nice and the people are great. Bluebonnet is easier to visit because you can visit anytime of week if you call ahead of course.

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Ive been to Hippie Hollow, Wildwood, and Star Ranch. At Hippie Hollow you just find a spot along the shore and get some sun. At Wildwood there are 2 pools and a lot of hiking trails thru the woods. Star has a nice pool and cabins to rent in the woods and both places have RV hookups.

But I have also gone nude at State Parks around the state. Just find a secluded spot and try not to offend anyone and you should be good.

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