Lupin Lodge offers the ultimate value in clothing-optional relaxation and nude recreation in the San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy warm, sunny slopes, located just beyond the coastal mist, in a Mediterranean micro-climate. You’ll meet a cross-section of interesting, fun-loving and humanly conscious people who accept you as you are and treat you with friendly respect. Lupin’s overall ambience family-like and non-erotic. 10 min from charming downtown Los Gatos and 30 from Santa Cruz!
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You'll have 24 hour access to pool, hot tub, sauna, community kitchen, lounge, hiking trails.
The office hours are 9-5 M-F and 9-9 Sat and Sun. The property has a security gate which is exit only after office hours. Multi-day guests will recieve a temporary gate card.
Weitere wichtige Infos
This community was built to accomidate nude recreation.
Etiquette of Nude Recreation: a comprehensive guide on the dos and don'ts of nude recreation
1. Bring a towel: This is the golden rule among nudists. Wherever you go, bring a towel with you to put on chairs, benches or other surfaces before you sit down. It also comes in handy when you need to shower before getting into a pool or hot tub.
2. Nothing sexual: There are some people who are unable to separate nudity from sex. People who cross that line are asked to leave immediately and not come back.
3. Treat people like they're clothed: Think of interacting naked, as you would while wearing clothes. Staring at somebody else's body would be considered rude either way. Touching strangers without their consent is a little too forward as well. Treat everybody with kindness and respect, just like you would anywhere else.
4. Anonymity: Many people who like to practice nudism don't necessarily want the world to know about it. Respect the anonymity of people at resorts and other private locations, and never take photos of people without their permission.
5. Pool rules: Just like at a public pool, make sure you shower before getting into a clothing-optional pool or hot tub. It's especially important for people going in without any barrier between their bodies and what might end up in the water. We ban all clothing from the pool and tub area.
6. Bring a cover-up: The weather can change and although we like to be naked, most folks dress based on what’s practical and comfortable for them.
7. Be nude: We don't force anybody to take their clothes off but keep in mind it’s also awkward to be the only person who is naked. Take your time and dress to your comfort level. Maybe, start by being topless and try to make it a goal to go bare by the end of the day.
- - Quite Hours after 10 pm
- - Mandatory National Sex Offender Registry screening
- - Clothing Optional
- - Nudity required in pool area
- - Do not throw paper towels or feminine products in the toilet
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