With winter ravaging outside we move slowly into February and suddenly realise that Spring is just around the corner. Its at times like these we look to getting away and the fun we’ll have getting away during the year. One of the most enjoyable aspects of being a practicing nudist or naturist are opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors unhampered by wearing clothing. Nude camping is one pleasurable way to experience nature in the most natural way. Nude camping on public lands – While there are lots of public camping facilities in England, nude camping on public lands is a risky proposition. While perhaps it is possible to enjoy being nude outdoors in forests and woods, it definitely would not be a first option. Having to be continually vigilant to guard against being observed by other users or law enforcement officers would definitely make an outing less than ideal.
Nude camping on private property – Private property definitely provides a better option than public lands with one caveat. No one should ever attempt to enter on someone else’s property without permission for the purpose of camping in the nude or otherwise. Land owners tend to take a dim view of trespassers clothed or not and trespassing has its own unpleasant legal ramifications. Yet those who happen to have a friend or relative that owns rural property with suitable areas, screened by distance and trees from public view, permission might be readily obtained for a weekend clothes-free camping trip.Nudist parks and camping – The best option of all for most people are the camping facilities at naturist clubs and nudist camps. Most clubs offer camping facilities at very reasonable fees, including tent camping sites. Some sites have electric and water available if desired. Most are situated in areas with plenty of trees for shade.In spite of the costs involved which are higher than camping in a wood or forest, nude campers can really relax and enjoy the experience at a nudist camp free from any worries about governmental sanctions or hassles from non-nudists.Spring,Summer & Early Autumn offers great camping weather here in England with warm days, sunshine and mild evening temperatures. Few things are as pleasant as relaxing in a comfortable camp chair, enjoying a meal, hot cup of camp coffee or a cold beer, free from the cares of life and unhampered by restrictive clothing.
(Adapted from a post by Larry Darter © 2010)