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zbigniew
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Nude beaches near New York
      #1649877 - 05/26/15 11:26 AM (155.201.35.187)

Is anyone on the forum aware of any nude beaches near New York City? I used to frequent Lighthouse beach some years ago but I understand that this is now over. Any hope for that beach? What about elsewhere on Long Island? In the Hamptons?

What is Sandy Hook like? Pleasant for families?


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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: zbigniew]
      #1649936 - 05/26/15 07:03 PM (67.250.127.184)

Sandy Hook is the best option

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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: zbigniew]
      #1649946 - 05/26/15 09:50 PM (100.44.240.229)

Gunnison has a very to from city.

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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: Anonymous]
      #1649957 - 05/27/15 06:45 AM (65.13.175.190)

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Gunnison has a very to from city.




???? WHAT ?????


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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: o2bnsxm]
      #1649963 - 05/27/15 08:10 AM (206.74.70.209)

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o2bnsxm said:
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Anonymous said:
Gunnison has a very to from city.




???? WHAT ?????




Ferry. Pretty sure that was a typo.

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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: zbigniew]
      #1649983 - 05/27/15 11:36 AM (100.35.38.82)

Sandy Hook is fine for families, however...
It is mostly adults.
There is only one bathroom/changing facility and it's a LONG walk back there from the beach.
There is a Ferry that runs from Midtown and Downtown Manhattan to Sandy Hook with bus service to Gunnison Beach. The Ferry is expensive though and I believe it only accepts cash. But it is a very pleasant trip.
If you drive, you must arrive very early to get a parking spot; they fill quickly on summer weekends. Or arrive late in the afternoon.

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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: bugambilias]
      #1650057 - 05/27/15 08:39 PM (65.13.175.190)

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bugambilias said:
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o2bnsxm said:
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Anonymous said:
Gunnison has a very to from city.




???? WHAT ?????




Ferry. Pretty sure that was a typo.




Thanks. That does make more sense.


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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: o2bnsxm]
      #1672711 - 11/23/15 06:27 PM (108.53.237.92)

There are nudist clubs in northern NJ that you should consider. I belong to Rock Lodge Club in Stockholm, NJ. Beautiful lake, overnight accomodations. Park just steps from lake beachfront. Family oriented.

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Re: Nude beaches near New York [Re: Kathleen]
      #1673364 - 11/30/15 07:39 PM (99.33.86.69)

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Kathleen said:
Sandy Hook is fine for families, however...
It is mostly adults.
There is only one bathroom/changing facility and it's a LONG walk back there from the beach.
There is a Ferry that runs from Midtown and Downtown Manhattan to Sandy Hook with bus service to Gunnison Beach. The Ferry is expensive though and I believe it only accepts cash. But it is a very pleasant trip.
If you drive, you must arrive very early to get a parking spot; they fill quickly on summer weekends. Or arrive late in the afternoon.




The Speadstreak Ferry costs $45 for a round trip ticket and they only accept cash. It gets you there in about 45 minutes. There is a snack bar with sandwiches and alcoholic beverages. Very pleasant.

Kathleen is not kidding about the parking situation. If driving is the only option for you, consider going on a weekday. Not as crowded as the weekends---instead of 2,000-2,500 people on the beach, there will "only" be 500-600. At least that's my experience.

Yes it's a long walk, but it's all on level ground. Anyone who's ever been "mountain climbing" to get to and from Black's Beach or Little Beach can appreciate that.


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