Need a nakation? Then throw aside your modesty and shed those sweaty clothes, because we just happen to be in the midst of Nude Recreation Week. Created by The Naturist Society 37 years ago, it couldn’t have come at a better time, with the summer heat wave making its way west.

There’s no better way to celebrate Nude Recreation Week than by relaxing on a beach and soaking in the sun, sans tan lines. Not sure which beaches welcome your birthday suit? We’ve listed some of the best nude beaches around the world.

Or if you’re stuck behind your desk and dreaming about baring it all on the sandy shores, check out our photo gallery of nude beaches. We promise, it’s SFW.

American Association for Nude Recreation spokesperson, Carolyn Hawkins, says, “Nude Recreation Week is the perfect time for the public to try something new and fun.” But if you’re an old pro at nude recreation, then don’t miss the AANR’s biggest affair: The Amazing Canvas Nudist Face and Body Painting Event on July 14 at Fraternity Snoqualmie, a family nudist resort in Issaquah, WA.


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3 Responses

  1. Guest says:

    Nude Recreation Week is the perfect time to take that skinny dip which you have always thought would be fun. Now is the time to take the plunge.

  2. I have always wanted to try skinny dipping but I am just not as confident as the others. The body painting event might help though. I'm pretty sure it's going to be very fun.

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