It seems fitting that the Sunshine State would be a magnet for sun worshipers from around the world. Florida is much more than just a place for naturists to gather, says Ramon Maury, naturist industry representative and voice in Tallahassee. But Pasco is hardly alone in offering a range of naturist-friendly attractions and activities. It's certainly the best-known and oldest officially recognized public one. Haulover is also very popular with gay naturists from around the globe, says Seth Paronick, a member of the board of governors of the B. Foundation Institute.
Blind Creek Beach
Why We Made this Site
There is only one, official, legal, clothing-optional beach in the state of Florida, and this is it. The pristine white beach is among the best in South Florida, but only part of the mile-and-a-half stretch is set aside for those who prefer to sunbathe unclothed. That area, at the north part of the beach, is clearly marked to prevent people from being surprised by their neighbor on the sand disrobing. The entire beach is protected by lifeguards, and it also offers a host of amenities including various shaded picnic facilities, beautifully landscaped sand dunes, and concession stands. The beach is ideal for surfing as well as swimming. When people think of Miami Beach, this is the beach that comes to mind. Located in the heart of South Beach nightlife, hotels, and clubs, this not an official clothing optional beach.
I understand that all of South Beach allows topless sunbathing. But I'm curious if there is a particular section of South Beach where it is more prominent? We are also looking for a good hotel that isn't very kid friendly. We're thinking the Surfcomber or Shore Club Is NOT kid friendly? I know the Standard does not even allow kids but it is not on the sand. Your 2 choices are good for plenty of beachy action. The Shore Club may be more of a party spot and the Surfcomber will probably be a little nicer hotel overall.
Once you have visited the nude beach at Haulover Park, you won't want to go to any other beach in Miami. Head to the northernmost parking lot to access the naturist beach which sits on a long stretch of beautiful beach. The beach is well maitained and very clean. You can rent beach chairs and shade umbrellas for the day on-site cash only and there was a food truck to buy water, sandwiches and snacks. We found the beach to be very safe and nobody bothered anybody over the 4 days we visited. Apparently the left side of the beach is predominately gay and to the right is where couples and swinger groups congregate. We are a straight couple and we parked ourselves on both sides of the beach and had a great experience. The only negative were the smokers whose smoke would interrupt the fresh, clean air that you are trying to enjoy with their smoke while relaxing on the beach. We found fewer smokers on the right part of the beach. Smoking should be banned from beaches and anywhere in public for that matter.