We are sorry that you were dissatisfied because either you or someone else in your party (you are not clear in your letter about who was affected) were not allowed to walk around clothed. As you correctly pointed out, we did have a clothing-optional area during our volleyball tournament but you also found that option to be disagreeable. You should be aware that this is an unusual compromise that is made only for the volleyball tournaments so a visit at other times would be even more disappointing to you.
Frankly, we are confused why anyone would want to come to Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park to keep their clothing on. With 99.9999% of Canada requiring some level of coverage at all times, there doesn’t seem to be any lack of option for the textile-obsessed. And our dedication to authentic naturism is well-published so it should not have come as a surprise.
- Skinny dippers bare it all for record (homeclothesfree.com)
- Camping Chateau de Fereyrolles on the Cèze, France (homeclothesfree.com)
- Let’s get naked: where to have fun in the nude without getting arrested (standard.co.uk)
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