Frequently Asked Questions
Why go nude?
Driving through front gate and getting undressed means no longer being trapped or confined anymore. When the air tourches the body it is like getting a big free welcome from nature. Nothing else is like it.
Will I have to be nude immediately and stay nude all the time?
At Cedar Trails, we are very good at helping new nudists, and we will give you plenty of time to adjust. The wholesome friendly atmosphere at our resort results in most visitors being nude sooner than later. You do not have to check clothes at the office . However nudity is the norm when practicable and clothed only when necessary.
Do I need to be a member to observe or participate in activities?
Not at all. Although we love to have new members join our community, we also welcome our visitors to enjoy all of the activities and ammenities that we have to offer.
What about taking pictures?
The use of cell phone photography is prohibited in all common areas. All phone calls must be made at your car, campsite, or at the office.
Will my picture be taken?
While many nudists enjoy being photographed, others do not. This is carefully monitored and photography is only permitted at under the written permission of the person being photographed. The use of cameras must be registered at the office and no one is included in any photograph (even in the far background) without explicit permission.
What type of people visit Nudist Resorts?
People of all shapes, sizes, occupations, ethnic groups, religions visit Nudist Resorts. Nudists are accepting of people of all shapes, sizes, or body conditions. Children are always welcome at Cedar Trails and are an integral part of the nudist environment. Social class distinctions, often shone by clothes, disappear in a nudist environment. Relaxation, stress relief, positive body image, and increasing self-esteem are just a few of the benefits of visiting nudist resorts.
Is there anything special I need to bring to a Nudist Resort?
Other than your smile, a towel, and sense of humor....not really.
Cedar Trails is a resort campground/RV Park. You need the things you would normally bring to a campground, except for the large pile of clothes and a bathing suit. Polite nudist etiquette means you always sit on a towel wherever you go. Bring a few extra towels with you....and skip the extra clothes.
Do I need to bring my own lawn chair?
Cedar Trails has poolside loungers, chairs and umbrellas. If you would like to bring your own chairs please feel free to do so.
Is there food and drink available for purchase?
The Flamingo Cafe is open on Friday evening, Saturday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner service, and on Sunday for brunch. During the week, there is bagged ice, water, and soda available for purchase in the pavilion. If you are visiting during the week, please plan accordingly. Remember, no glass bottles or glass containers near the swimming pool or in the hot tub.
Are children going to be at the resort?
We are a family friendly resort and do have children that may visit.