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o Cedar Waters Village cordially invites you and your family to visit the Northeast's largest nudist park. Cedar Waters Village is composed of a 20+ acre lake completely surrounded by over 350 acres of heavily wooded, private land with secluded roads and hiking trails. Founded in 1950 by Robert and Mary Bonser, Cedar Waters Village is also one of the oldest nudist parks in the country. The privacy of the lake and park offers sandy beaches, lawns for sunbathing, swimming, sailing, windsurfing, volleyball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, petanque, sauna bath, hot tubs, hot showers, modern restrooms (a new bathhouse in 1998!); superb bass, pickerel, and hornput fishing; camp row boats, paddle boats, and canoes; also tenting and RV sites, seasonal RV lots, seasonal RV waterfront lots; rental cabins, church, cozy clubhouse with large screened porches; lakeside restaurant (restaurant open weekends only); weekend activities and more! Visit the site for additional information. Note:(Sherwood Forest Travel Club (Maine) in residence At Cedar Waters Village.)
o Cedar Waters Village Report. August 2007. Well, we headed to Cedar Waters Village, near Portsmouth, N.H., in early August 2007. We were planning on staying for 2-3 days and then moving on. Were we in for a big surprise! We found Cedar Waters to be just to our liking and stayed on for over a week. So, what is so great about Cedar Waters? First of all the camp and the facilities are top notch and better maintained than National Parks. They have 350 acres with their own 20 acre private lake for swimming, canoeing and kayaking; a clubhouse with lots of room; sandy beach on the lake; sunbathing lawn; cottages with lots of privacy; a wood-fired sauna that is to die for; a couple of hot tubs; restroom facilities that are amongs the best maintained anywhere; outside showers that the sun shines on as you shower; tennis court; petanque court; volleyball court; hiking trails around lake; and if that is not enough the folks at Cedar Waters make you feel absolutely at home. We felt like we were leaving real friends by the time we left. Yes there are some rules; couples only and no alcohol are the main ones, but we were fine with that. We enjoyed the serenity and it just takes one person over indulging in alcohol to ruin it for others. There is also lots going on in surrounding communities to take day trips to if to and enjoy a bit of New England culture. Terry and Mary Bonser run a top notch club that makes you feel like never leaving. It is a great spot for both a first time nudist or seasoned veteran. We are already making plans to go back....for sure! Thanks Frank and Marion for the report.
o Naturist New Hampshire (NNH) is a non-landed naturist group based in New Hampshire. NNH has swims and get-togethers throughout the year. We currently hold our summer get-togethers in the southern part of the state, in a quiet secluded private wooded area with a nice pond. We also have several get-togethers throughout the fall, winter and spring at an indoor facility, in the southwest part of the state, that includes a sauna and a hot tub. Our gatherings usually range from 25 to 35 people. Singles Friendly and non-members are also always welcome. Visit the site for additional 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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