Last summer was my first experience as a nudist at sunny rest resort! My husband and I had a blast! The people that run the resort are amazing! Everyone that was there were very welcoming and non-judgmental!
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Member Nude Recreation Trade Assoc. Sunny Rest Resort is a fun, sociable, and relaxed clothes-free resort with daily entertainment and modern facilities for all ages, genders, classes, races and body types. Just north of Philadelphia, a pleasant 2 hour drive from New York, and within driving distance of Washington D. We dress, and undress for comfort. Nudism is accepted and encouraged throughout the resort but required in the pools and spa. You can adjust at your own pace, letting the weather and comfort be your guide.
A relaxing natural haven in our more than wooded acres, White Thorn offers a family friendly atmosphere, campgrounds, sports and recreational facilities, weekend events, and the opportunity for renewal that is unique to the nudist experience. Members and guests attend the weekend dances with bands and DJs, dinners, meetings, Yoga and other types of exercise. Both pools are fully handicapped accessible which includes lifts to enter and exit the water as well as proper wheelchair ramps to access the complete sunning area. Outdoor showers, an indoor bathhouse, and the sauna are only a few feet away.
By Albrecht Powell. Acceptance of social nudity in this country has long lagged behind that of Europe, where many of the most popular beaches are clothing-optional. Recent decades have brought about a few improvements in public acceptance, but nudism in America is still generally only tolerated when practiced in private places away from public eyes. There is no national law prohibiting nudism, but Pennsylvania law Title 18 Section states that "a person commits indecent exposure if that person exposes his or her genitals in any public place or in any place where there are present to other persons under circumstances in which he or she knows or should know that this conduct is likely to offend, affront or alarm.