I first heard of this institution when I was a school boy. Some of the boys from the southern end of our county seemed to know a lot about it but yet were always vague in detail. In fact the more questions one would ask the more unclear the answers would become. It was the mysterious place where it was said that the people did not wear clothing. In time it seemed that perhaps this place didn’t really exist at all but rather it was only a legend.
Many locals referred to it as the Nudist Colony while others called it a camp. A search of the net reveals that it is indeed a place where clothing is optional. It is a fifty eight acre camp, not a colony. Camping, volley ball, and swimming are among the recreational activities provided for folks who like to on occasion be free of clothing. It is noted on the web site that going nude breaks down social barriers erected in society by the type of clothing we choose to wear.
I would find it hard to enjoy a stay here as,
for very good reasons,
cameras are forbidden!