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o Singles Information. This is a list of the singles policies of the clubs and resorts in the United States. (This list is being updated constantly.)

o Garden of Eden Club (AANR). GOEC is a travel club located in Connecticut. We are a family oriented, single friendly travel club holding monthly get togethers and trips to various resorts and beaches around New England. Singles-friendly. No website. Google for information.
o Solair Recreation League is a family oriented nudist/naturist community situated among 400 beautifully wooded acres in northeast Connecticut. Our intent is to provide a pleasant, relaxing environment, in a natural, secluded setting, for the enjoyment of a clothing-free lifestyle. Our regular season runs from April 1 through October 31. This is a membership community. New visitors not affiliated with other clubs should read our visitors/membership policy prior to their first visit. Our members help with various aspects of Solair's operation, and contribute to its upkeep and improvements. This is a family community. We welcome families with children of all ages, and provide a full schedule of children's activities, as well as a teen clubhouse and special events. Everyone is welcome. Solair abides by all AANR and TNS regulations regarding the admission of singles. Please call ahead, and plan your first visit for a weekend. We are breaking ground on a new community center in November and we are beginning to upgrade our cabins and motel units, too. Be sure to call in advance for availability. The new recreation schedule is very pro-family and we are bringing back some old favorites like drive-in movie night and rollerskating parties plus some fun new themed dinners. Singles-friendly. Visit the website for more information. (See our listing in TanPages.com)
o Solair Recreation League Report. August 2008. We decided to make a trip to Connecticut to visit Solair Recreation League and spent several days there during the first week of August 2008. Solair is truly a spectacular nudist park. It is extremely well maintained and all the people we met were very friendly. As far as facilities it has something for everybody; a spring-fed pond for swimming and boating; good size pool; sauna; hot tub; community center; outdoor pavilion for dances, etc; fitness center; canteen; tennis courts; volleyball court and just about everything you could ask for. While Solair is singles friendly there was a good balance between males and females. There were also a good number of youth who were quite comfortable nude. The youth do tend to put on clothes a bit more than the adults, but they were having a great time in the pool, sauna, hot tub and taking in activities like tie-dying t-shirts. It was nice to see the younger generation enjoying the nudist lifestyle. We absolutely loved the setting with over 400 acres of woods that have trails winding through them. We took a hike up towards the rifle range and branched off into the yellow trail (marked with yellow paint spots on the trees). It was a nice walk through the woods that saw us come upon the remnants of settlement from many years before. There were stone walls that marked where old houses and other outbuildings had once stood. Another walk we took was along Bare Trail which takes you through the pine woods, across the rock face that is beside the pond. What a nice feeling of the pine needle path underneath your feet as you take in the marvelous scenery that Solair has to offer. On the weekend we were there, there was lots to do with a dance with a "pirates" theme dance one evening and a movie playing in the community center another night. There was a bonfire on the beach two of the nights we were there. The pool and hot tub were always busy, but never felt crowded. There was also a steady stream of players enjoying a game of tennis on the courts. During our stay we also made a visit to Old Sturbridge Village just on the other side of the border in Massachusetts. Clothing of course was required for this but it was well worth the sacrifice. On the days we went there (we took 2 days to fully take it all in) there were re-enactments of battles that took place during the Revolutionary War. It just so happened there was an historical encampment planned for that weekend, with hundreds of people in historical costumes. It was truly awesome and we would recommend it to anyone visiting the area. As far as we were concerned Solair was in a class of its own and we only wished we lived closer and could visit it more often. If you get a chance check it out as you will not be disappointed. Thanks Frank and Marion for the report.
o Sun Ridge Nudist Resort. One of the most scenic resorts in Connecticut is located in Sterling, bordering Rhode Island and only 15 miles from Massachusetts. The resort has over 100 wooded level sites (most are available as summer lease sites) and is nestled on a mountain ridge among tall pines. Facilities include: 60' pool, New Englands largest hot tub, Campstore, Recreation Room, Library, Outdoor Pavilion, Restrooms w/hot showers, Playground, Laundry, Seasonal campsites, 9-hole Mini-golf, Tennis, Horseshoe pits, Petanque courts, Volleyball. Open from May 15th through October 15th only. Call Sun Ridge Resort at (860) 779-1512 from April 15 through October 15 for current rate and reservation information. Singles-friendly. Visit the website for more information.
o Swimming Holes East. You have found THE web site for over 150 beautiful, natural swimming places in 20 States in the Eastern U.S. - Maine to Florida. A cool, refreshing swim in a river, creek, spring or waterfall is the perfect compliment to your favorite outdoor activity - be it hiking, camping, canoeing, rafting or just exploring. Our focus is on moving, fresh water spots, like creeks, rivers, springs and waterfalls. We will also list swimming places on lakes, quarries or bays which have unique features that make them especially beautiful or fun for swimming, but not the typical state park lake or ocean beach. Visit the site for additional information.

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