Thursday, February 07, 2008

Lake Como Family Nudist Resort

Get your mind out of the gutter! This is a Family Nudist Resort. And yes, I've been there.

Lake Como Family Nudist Resort has opened its new RV and mobile home park, South Grove Village, the product of a four-year redevelopment project.

To showcase the park, Lake Como will have a free open house from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

The village features 33 mobile home spaces, 39 RV spaces with full hookups, and a new bathhouse with indoor laundry facilities, all within walking distance of a pool, sauna, outdoor hot tub, restaurant, nightly entertainment and other amenities.

Lake Como is home to more than 200 full- and part-time residents and host to some 1,500 tourists per year. It's the oldest nudist resort in Florida and one of the largest in the country, with 200 acres of nature, recreation and sports amenities, a news release states.

About five years ago our company put a new A/C in one of the homes at Lake Como.

Thankfully, the homeowners had clothes on while we were there.

What I discovered is that this place was more like an AARP nudist resort. I saw no one under the age of 50, and as someone closing in on the half-centry mark myself I can attest that there are not many of us you want to see naked. I myself am a laundry bag with legs.

But about the "family" nudist resort. You may be into the nudist thing, but having your kids, your teenagers doing this? How many deviants would making their weekend reservations at good old Lake Como?

1 comment:

Christiana said...

My husband and I raised our kids in the nudist lifestyle. Now they are adults they continue to enjoy nudism when their schedules allow. Your remarks suggest you have done absolutely no research into the topic before dismissing it out of hand.
Nudism is about body acceptance. Your comments about your own body suggest you could use a little help in that department.
Children raised with body acceptance have better self confidence and self esteem.
Next time you want to ridicule someone's lifestyle, why not research its benefits first?