Nude Sunbathers Have No Beach to Tan in N.J. After Sandy
New Jersey’s nudists face a summer of being naked only in private after October’s superstorm closed their beach in Sandy Hook, cutting off drinking water and possibly littering the sand with live ordnance.
The barrier spit, a 30-minute ferry ride from Manhattan, is part of the fourth-most-visited U.S. recreation area operated by the National Park Service. On summer weekends, as many as 5,000 people head for secluded Gunnison Beach, where swimsuits are scarce and sunblock is super-strength.
- Nude Sunbathers Have No Beach to Tan in N.J. After Sandy (bloomberg.com)
- Getting Naked: Ocean Medicine (clothesfreelife.com)