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First let me vent in general about Smoking. Yes!...I'm a smoker and don't understand why I can only smoke in an area that consists of 1 table.outdoors. Done venting.
Office and service staff are professional and friendly. Standout was Mel (Melinda) who served us breakfast,...More
Lots of improvements. Very nice pool area with newly redone smooth bottom pools. People are friendly if you are. Hey it is a Nudist Resort, for Adults so act like one. You do not go anywhere on vacation and expect the general populous to baby...More
Our room was basic with an uncomfortable bed, bright outside lights, and no curtains. Others guests were loud, one in particular loudly using obscenities. We've been to several naturist spots and nowhere ever allowed openlyrics explicit sexual acts in the 'conversation pool'... This occurred twice,...More
I recently made a renewed visit to Paradise Lakes Resort. When my group and my girlfriend brought this up I have to admit I was pretty skeptical. I told my girlfriend (she wanted to stay the night) that if they had a room available when...More
While the girl manning the bar was pleasant, the staff at the front desk were unpleasant and at times rude.
Guests were nice.
No coffee pot in the room. No way to get ice. no drinks allowed in from the outside. Everything must be purchased....More
US$136 - US$180 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I have stayed at four nudist resorts, and have never seen any kind of bad behavior. Of course, no one likes to be stared at or harassed. That is why clothing-optional resorts do not tolerate the kind of behavior you... More
I have stayed at four nudist resorts, and have never seen any kind of bad behavior. Of course, no one likes to be stared at or harassed. That is why clothing-optional resorts do not tolerate the kind of behavior you describe. People must feel safe and comfortable before they will be willing to take off their cloths. And ultimately, that is the magic of these places – the way everyone cooperates to create an environment of tolerance, acceptance, and respect. The normal pattern for first-time visitors is to remain clothed until they have satisfied themselves that there's nothing to fear. Having said that, if you still have concerns, you might like to check out Cypress Cove in Kissimmee. They are particularly vigilant and particularly strict about public behavior – absolutely no gawking or amorous displays, even between married people.