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The place is really cool, with a clothing optional policy this place makes it a great spot to let it hang. Rooms are clean and the staff is very friendly. The pool is nice and big. This place is great for a weekend retreat. I...More
I love Paradise Lakes! Been here 3 times so far. First time was on a whim, my wife was trying to find a hotel room between Atlanta and Clearwater Beach, and Paradise Lakes popped up. Never been at a clothing optional resort before, she wanted...More
Spent 4 days with friends who have been visiting for 12 years. Clean, well maintained, and excellent residents. Food at the pool was awesome as well as the other facilities. I will be visiting my friends again!
Swim, eat, spa, drink, talk, sunbathe, sauna, with or without swimwear, Drinks were top notch as well were the heated pools (4) plus a hot-tub. You can play volleyball, in the water or the sand. There is a pool side bar and you can get...More
I wish anyone was here. It's a beautiful looking resort, but where were the guests? The Thursday - Friday I spent at PLR there were were about 1/2 dozen people around the pool; surprising for a nice sunny day. There were 4 in back on...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... 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.