Frequently Asked Questions
No, you do not have to wear clothes. Even nudists have to get dressed to go to the store and run errands! However, the condo you're staying in is in a nudist community. People will be in various states of dress and undress and no one here really thinks twice about it. If you've never been naked in public before, we suggest going without clothes for one hour to start. Walk around your condo, walk around the neighborhood. We think you'll find it very freeing! If you do walk around the neighborhood, we highly recommend staying within the Paradise Lakes area.
Social Nudism, also called naturism, is a personal lifestyle choice of being clothing free in social settings.
A naturist is one who practices naturism, also known as social nudism.
The condo rules state that all persons staying on premises longer than 7 days must be a practicing social nudist, and therefore, membership in a naturist association is required. We recommend you purchase your membership with AANR or United Naturists.
For the most part, yes. We do get visitors and not all of them are acquainted with being a nudist. Always be aware of your surroundings. If you see something that doesn't look quite right, don't hesitate to call us.
No, and if you do, Naked Pineapple Getaways reserves the right to change you an additional $500 to clean your room. If you wish to quit smoking and avoid the $500 charge, please be sure to ask Traci about quitting smoking with hypnosis.
Yes. Each of our condos has a kitchen and refrigerator where you can bring in your own food and liquor. If you go to Paradise Lakes Resort with food, bottled water, or liquor, you will not be allowed to enter the club, and you will be kicked out should you get caught smuggling it in.
Drugs are prohibited. Anyone consuming or selling drugs on the property (not only our condo but with Paradise Lakes) will be asked to leave immediately and without a refund.
Most first-timers adjust to social nudity in a matter of minutes and discover it’s not nearly as big a deal as they thought it would be. Some feel self-conscious before they undress since they’re likely to be the only ones not nude.
You’ll feel right at home. Nudist clubs are a reflection of society, with people of all shapes and sizes.
It won't happen as much as your think. On the rare occasion where this occurs, cover up with a towel, turn over, or take a quick dip in the ocean/pool.
This rarely happens. If it does happen outside the resort, call Doug or Traci, and if this happens inside the resort, let Paradise Lakes Resort management know so steps can be taken to ensure it does not happen again. The general rule is "No" means "NO." Everyone should feel comfortable. Behavior requiring an apology is not tolerated.
Paradise Lakes bans all photography, as nudists are not necessarily exhibitionists and want their business on social media. With social media being what it is, we have put "selfie" walls in our rentals so you can take photos of yourself however you wish. Please post photos of yourselves (with the naughty bits covered) on our instagram.