Single Males visiting LDS... Issue?
Hi all. New to nudist life and have been wanting to go to Laguna Del Sol for a long while now since I live near there (Sacramento). I know the website says single males are allowed but my concern is how the guests would be w/single males visiting the resort. Also, what kinds of activities are available to do there? Thanks!
I have been there both as a single male, and with my family. No issues either way, just be nice. The only people I saw get kicked out were ones who were being openly sexual. There is a dance club, restaurant, hiking trails, pools, hot tubs. Lots of very nice people.
My roomy used to live near there. He loved the place and never had any problems. He constantly talks about how nice it was. I have never been there but he insists that we will visit it sometime this summer. It is worth a visit, usually the 'first visit' at most nudist resorts is free....hoping you will come back.
We have been and no issues whatsoever. The place is very nice and the people are what you expect from the nudist community, very accepting and friendly. Go and have a good time! Highly recommend the restaurant, the best shrimp cocktail I have ever had.
I was there a couple of weeks ago, and didn't have any problem with people ostracizing me for being a single male. OTOH, I don't think my visit was typical, in that it was the off-season and most of the resort was closed due to COVID (only one pool and hot tub open, no restaurants or indoor communal areas open).
There's something happening Memorial Day weekend, organized by the Sacramento Meet-up web site:
I'm sure that the attendance will depend on how much of the resort is open at that time.
I'm thinking about going, but only if campsites are still available. Maybe we could meet there.
I've had a single membership for the past several years. I typically meet up with friends, but I've been there as a single male every time I have gone. I've never had any issue with anyone treating me differently as a single male. I've had both males and females start conversations with me almost every time. People are just very friendly and once you go a few times, people will remember you and you will make friends.
As far as activities, there are quite a few options. Most people hang out and socialize in the main pool area. There's also a group of regulars who play water volleyball, pickle ball (I had never heard of it before going there), there's a gym, a recreation room with a pool table, several hot tubs, a gazebo out on the peninsula with hammocks (usually, they weren't up the last time I was there). As mentioned earlier, they used to have dances on Friday and Saturday nights. Those have been suspended, but suspect that they will resume once it is safe to do so. The best thing to do there is to just relax! :)