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Paradise Lakes, Florida.

April 1999

I visited Paradise Lakes for four days early in April. The resort is basically two different places; the "old" part (Phase I) is quite large, was built before 1986, and has a large Y-shaped pool, a spa, tennis and volleyball courts, lots of condos of various sizes, a mobile home park and a small area of custom-built homes. It also has a nice restaurant. Most of the permanent residents of Paradise Lakes live in this section.

The "new" part (Phases II and III and . . .) is smaller, but denser, and centers around "Club Fred" and a large complex of pools, a huge spa, shops and newer condos and hotel rooms.

The difference between the two is like night and day. All the "action" is in the new part, and every time I went there to check it out, night or day, it was very crowded, and I left quickly.

I stayed in a 1-bedroom vacation condo in the old part, where it was very quiet and serene; more to my liking. I never saw more than a dozen or so people around the pool, or more than four people in the spa. As a result, I had exactly the kind of stay I wanted: quiet, peaceful, and nude. I like evening nude strolls, and this section is perfect for that; it takes 20-30 minutes to "make the rounds". The weather couldn't have been better: about 90 in the daytime (they were having a record heat wave), low 70's at night and no rain.

Many times I have said in the chat rooms and occasionally on NetNude message boards that I really like Cypress Cove because the "party naked" crowd isn't there. Well, this stay at Paradise Lakes was just as nice for me, because I stayed in the old section most of the time. The condo I stayed in was privately owned, but was rented on consignment by Paradise Lakes. rates are comparable to Cypress Cove, and the unit was very nicely set up: full kitchen, large bath, living room and bedroom (cable TV in both, local calls from the phone, and I was able to hook up my portable computer and go on-line). Since it was a downstairs unit it also had a nice screened porch. It was in Building C, which is conveniently close to the pool and spa, but looks out into a more parklike area.

As always, the grounds at Paradise Lakes were meticulously kept, no litter, everything tip-top. Frankly, I was surprised. It was my first visit there in almost ten years; we started going elsewhere because of the party atmosphere. That now has moved entirely to the new section, and from where I was I couldn't tell it was there. In the old section the pool and spa areas are supposed to be closed at 10PM (always open in the new section), but I found that they usually didn't shut it down until 11 or later.

All in all I would recommend Paradise Lakes; you can segregate yourself completely from the party crowd, and enjoy a nice, quiet, deluxe nude stay.

April 1999

I visited Paradise Lakes for four days early in April. The resort is basically two different places; the "old" part (Phase I) is quite large, was built before 1986, and has a large Y-shaped pool, a spa, tennis and volleyball courts, lots of condos of various sizes, a mobile home park and a small area of custom-built homes. It also has a nice restaurant. Most of the permanent residents of Paradise Lakes live in this section.

The "new" part (Phases II and III and . . .) is smaller, but denser, and centers around "Club Fred" and a large complex of pools, a huge spa, shops and newer condos and hotel rooms.

The difference between the two is like night and day. All the "action" is in the new part, and every time I went there to check it out, night or day, it was very crowded, and I left quickly.

I stayed in a 1-bedroom vacation condo in the old part, where it was very quiet and serene; more to my liking. I never saw more than a dozen or so people around the pool, or more than four people in the spa. As a result, I had exactly the kind of stay I wanted: quiet, peaceful, and nude. I like evening nude strolls, and this section is perfect for that; it takes 20-30 minutes to "make the rounds". The weather couldn't have been better: about 90 in the daytime (they were having a record heat wave), low 70's at night and no rain.

Many times I have said in the chat rooms and occasionally on NetNude message boards that I really like Cypress Cove because the "party naked" crowd isn't there. Well, this stay at Paradise Lakes was just as nice for me, because I stayed in the old section most of the time. The condo I stayed in was privately owned, but was rented on consignment by Paradise Lakes. rates are comparable to Cypress Cove, and the unit was very nicely set up: full kitchen, large bath, living room and bedroom (cable TV in both, local calls from the phone, and I was able to hook up my portable computer and go on-line). Since it was a downstairs unit it also had a nice screened porch. It was in Building C, which is conveniently close to the pool and spa, but looks out into a more parklike area.

As always, the grounds at Paradise Lakes were meticulously kept, no litter, everything tip-top. Frankly, I was surprised. It was my first visit there in almost ten years; we started going elsewhere because of the party atmosphere. That now has moved entirely to the new section, and from where I was I couldn't tell it was there. In the old section the pool and spa areas are supposed to be closed at 10PM (always open in the new section), but I found that they usually didn't shut it down until 11 or later.

All in all I would recommend Paradise Lakes; you can segregate yourself completely from the party crowd, and enjoy a nice, quiet, deluxe nude stay.

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