Has to be the walk on the beach at Apollo. I think it might be about a mile from where the nude part starts at lot 5 to the "Can't go past this sign without a permit" sign. But then it's a nude beach so who needs them anyway.
About 2 years ago I was at Illinois beach park, no nudity allowed, and it seemed pretty quiet so I shed my shorts and went for a good half mile stroll down towards the southern boundary. I saw a few boats out on the lake and one guy hanging out but otherwise no one else. After lingering a bit I turned around and headed back to my spot. It was great but a little risky because that part of the beach is patrolled sometimes.
I have biked about 3-4 miles away from my vehicle without any clothing in public parks. I always have something to cover up with when in my vehicle or hiking. I have walked a couple miles along the public beach, but it was at night and I had my shorts in my hand so that wouldn't count.
"I have walked a couple miles along the public beach, but it was at night and I had my shorts in my hand so that wouldn't count."
Hmm, a night walk could allow a greater distance... Ideally with just enough moonlight to see ones steps.
In response to both questions, I have a place that I walk frequently in the summer right now that takes me about 3/4 mile from my clothes, but have gone further in other states/locations. As for driving, my wife and I left a nudist resort about 2 hours from home and I never got my clothes out of the back of the SUV. If we had gotten stopped I had nothing to cover up with except maybe a napkin from the glove box.
I"If we had gotten stopped I had nothing to cover up with except maybe a napkin from the glove box."
Ah! The improvisation clause! For me, my hat would count, assuming I felt I should use it. It's better off protecting my dome anyway.
The farthest I have been from any clothing is 10 miles on multiple occasions. Having hiked in Vermont over the years where it is legal to be simply nude clothing isn't a necessity when hiking. In regards to the 10 mile distance, I have done a Summer Solstice hike on multiple occasions. The group meets at the trail head where we end the day, and then carpool to the starting trail head . All while nude. The hike then follows the Appalachian trail south for 10 miles to the starting point.