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o Forest Hills Nudist Resort Report. August 2002. First, a correction: Forest Hills NOW ACCEPTS major credit cards!! Call them for details at (616) 642-9526.) My wife and I decided to try nude camping for the very first time in August. We let the kids stay with their aunt, uncle and cousins for one weekend while we drove to Forest Hills. We were greeted by friendly people who welcomed us to their club. Their pride in their facilities shows. We set up our pop-up camper at 10:30 PM on a Friday. Some members stopped by to offer the help of their golf cart head lights while we finished setting up. By 11:00 PM, we were naked and walking to the club house (very close by) to check out the hot tub. Our first full day, Saturday, was fun filled and relaxing. When our new friends discovered that this was our very first time ever at a club like this, they commended us on our ability to blend in and adjust so quickly. We looked like seasoned nudists to them. The club members were so welcoming and our weekend was so relaxing that we immediately made reservations for Labor Day weekend and brought our kids along. They took to it right away without any problems or hesitation. That weekend was wonderful too. Our next trip is in October for their Halloween Costume Party. We even have two friends that would like to tag along. (One from Florida and one from the Detroit area, both will be first timers.)We're hooked on the nudist lifestyle of relaxation. Full membership at Forest Hills will be next. Rick in Ypsilanti. Thanks Rick for the report.
o Forest Hills Nudist Resort Report. Forest Hills is located approximately 20 miles east of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Forest Hills is easily accessible from I-96 and by following the directions on the Forest Hills Web site. (, clubs, MI, Forest Hills) Forest Hills was established in the early 1950s by a small cadre of nudists. The club is owned cooperatively with members owning a share in the cooperative.The site is hilly with 45 acres in a wooded setting. The clubhouse is spartan with a lounging area, office, and small dining area. The outdoor pool is L shaped and quite large. Surrounding the pool is a cement deck for sunbathing. We were visitors on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend. The pool was covered and the air temperature was a cool 65 F. The surroundings at Forest Hills are rustic. There are pathways for hiking and walking. Many members have trailers and limited camping areas are available for tents and RVs for visitors... (click link to read the rest of the report.)
o Turtle Lake Resort Report. May 2001. I parked my car at the "clothing-required" office. I had e-mailed ahead of time, so I showed my correspondence at the desk along with my AANR card. Processing went well and I was given a "clothed" tour of the grounds by a friendly old guy. If you camp in the rustic area, be sure to bring bug juice. It was a beautiful place to stay. The beach was packed and lots of kids were enjoying the water. Try swimming out to the floating swim platform and getting a mud bath. The indoor pool and clubhouse are adjoined, so visit even if the weather is not so nice. Overall, a wonderful place to visit. Thanks Drew for the report!

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