Aside From Nudist Clubs, How Do I Meet Local Nudists?

At FKK, we hear this question quite often. This really isn’t surprising. There are nudists spread out around the U.S., and not everyone has a bare beach or naturist resort or club nearby. Even if they do, can’t manage to join their local naturist club or do not have the transport to get there.
So, how else does one meet other local nudist individuals or unclothed-favorable groups?
We’ve some ideas to share for connecting with fellow naturists both online and off line.
Meeting Nudists Offline
If you haven’t already, see if there are any alternative locations nearby for a nudie to visit besides a club or resort.
Examples of alternative nudie surroundings:
– Swimming holes or areas in nature that have a tradition of skinny dipping, such as ponds, rivers and lakes in national parks or woods. The website has a comprehensive list of swimming holes throughout the country (though we do not know how frequently it gets updated). It has both textile and nude areas, so try to find the ones expressly noted to have a skinny dipping tradition. Remember that the folks who frequent these areas do not always call themselves naturists. Since these areas are often free and open to the general public, they bring a wide range of individuals. But if other people are there skinny dipping, you certainly have a shared interest!
– If you are into yoga, then take a look at your local naked yoga courses. Many times naked yoga educators will sponsor courses in a neighborhood studio and not at a nearby nudist club. These classes can form a community when the identical folks return week after week.
– Unclothed health spas. These sorts of areas are probably the least conducive to meeting people. They are usually sex-segregated and a lot of people are simply there to relax and unwind to not make friends. But if the vibe is appropriate, it can nevertheless be a place to meet likeminded people.
How you can meet nudists & make nudie buddies

– Local naked-friendly occasions, like the World Naked Bike Ride, naked runs / parades like in San Francisco, local Burning Man events, etc. These are not naturist events, but they do pull nudies and individuals who are open to naturist tasks. If you look beyond the nudist label, you’d be surprised just how many people have an interest in naked parties / events / activities.
How to meet naturist people there: I know it can be intimidating to approach strangers, although you’re both naked and enjoying the same tasks. It seems to be particularly challenging for single men, who are, unfortunately, most frequently guess before they even say a word.
So if you are shy or not too keen on chatting up strangers, the first thing I’d say is to, if it’s possible to do so bring a friend. Being with a friend could make the experience more relaxing and enjoyable. It may give you more confidence as well as give you more legality in terms of how others see you. (Hate to say it, but if you are a man, a woman will likely be more open to speaking to you if you’re accompanied by a female friend.)
Should youn’t have a buddy to follow you to a nudie spot, (because duh, that’s why you are going there to begin with), try looking for an excuse to start a conversation with others you can request someone to take your image (without getting others in the background of course), or see if they are a regular there and ask them a few questions about the region. If dialog is strained or they clearly want to be left alone, it is better to politely end the conversation and proceed.
Meeting Local Naturist Folks and Naturist Groups Online:
You can even attempt meeting locals through nudist social networks and forums. Most of these sites are rudimentary and poorly designed. However, they have been nevertheless free and used by naturists all around the world.
Some naturist online social networks / forums to try: You will, undoubtedly, have to weed through and block a group of creeps who are there for the wrong motives. But if you’ve got the patience, there are great people on there.
The Naktiv Nook – This is among the newer social networks for naturists, but it seems to be doing well, as they say they’ve now reached 4,000 members. This network has a strange policy against dull selfies, but it is otherwise one to research.
Zerokini – – This network was designed in France. I have never used it, but haven’t any reason to believe it is not valid. – same type as
Naturist Corner – (newsgroup)
Nudist Websites to avoid: nudist dating scam websites.
Other online networks and groups where it is possible to meet local nudists through:
Despite Facebook’s draconian censorship policies against nudity, you’ll find many naturist groups on there. We have a principal FKK group of over 6,000 people (and growing fast!) from all around the world. Members are welcome to post intros of themselves in the group and make local new naturist friends by asking who else is in their place.
We also have secret local groups for individuals in the Tri State area (NY, NJ, PA) and for upstate , in addition to a secret group only for women. Contact us if you’d like to join one of the secret groups.
Create your own group for naturists:
Last but not least, you are able to meet others by creating your own group online and offline. FKK is no longer opening new phases, but we do help, support and encourage other valid young naturist groups and new groups generally. is a good site to start with. It costs $12 / month for group coordinators, though you could recoup this cost by charging a group membership or charging for some Meetups. (It’s otherwise free to use for non-organizers.) It may be a good idea to have a free, clothed meet-up at an area cafe as a preliminary assembly. This would create a less intimidating environment for prospective newbies and would additionally assist you to screen people for nude occasions.
You can even create a Facebook group and encourage it in other nudist / naturist Facebook groups.
FB has different privacy choices for groups:
-With closed groups, your group description and members are observable, but posts are hidden from non-members. The advantages of a closed group are that folks can locate it in Facebook searches and you are able to share it by linking to it. The disadvantage is that you’ll have to work harder to screen arbitrary people that request to join.
-With secret groups, your whole group is invisible to everyone except its members. It can’t be located in investigations, and it does not show up on anyone’s profile / timeline. This is preferred by those who do not desire their FB buddies to know they are in the group. But you can not share a secret group by linking to it. The only means you’re able to add new people to it’s by becoming Facebook friends with them first.
You always have the option to begin with a closed group so as to promote it and later on alter it to secret. Or you can create a public page for the group and make that the point of contact. is also another site for meeting folks, whether you are posting to meet like-minded friends, or for encouraging your group. It has its bad eggs like any site, but it’s totally possible to meet the right people, too.
So that is our guide! What did we leave out, readers? What’s your experience in attempting to meet likeminded locals outside of clubs / resorts?
This article about – The Way To Meet Naturists In Your Area – was published by Nudist Portal Site – FKK