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Frequently Asked Questions
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What special preparations should I make before visiting a nudist park?
Generally none at all, apart from those you would normally make to go anywhere.

Are children likely to be shocked by their first sight of nudists?
No. Children are natural nudists and usually take to it with minimum adjustment.

What should I bring?
Bring towels, comfortable footwear, suntan and sunglasses. You might also want to bring lounge chairs, a hat, something to read and any sports equipment you desire.

What is the cost?
This varies from park to park and generally costs less than public RV campgrounds. More information can be found on our Visiting Fees page

Will I be embarrassed by my surgical scars?
No, you will not. Approximately one nudist in three carries some mark of surgery; these marks make no difference at all. Ignore them - everyone else will. Your personality will be noticed more than any scar.

My figure, to say the least, is less than perfect. Will I feel out of place?
About one figure in twenty seen at a nudist park will be exemplary; the rest will be like people everywhere. Actually, a person's physical proportions mean less in nudist parks than they do elsewhere. Many nudists (male and female) will never take any prizes for physical beauty. Ladies who are disturbed by the thought that they might be less than ideal in this regard should put aside their concerns. The problem doesn't exist.

What about periods of menstruation?
Menstruation is looked upon as a normal, healthy function. The wearing of shorts or the use of tampons enables women to enjoy most of their nudist activities. It is not a subject of notice or comment.

Are there any religious implications involved in nudism?
None whatever. Nudists represent all major faiths and most of the lesser ones.

Do men become visibly embarrassed during their visits to a nudist resort?
This is a perennial question. The answer is "No" because nudist parks are not sexually stimulating. Many men fear this problem but instances of such embarrassment are extremely rare.

If I visit a nudist park, will I be subject to publicity?
Of course not, unless you deliberately seek it out. Privacy is fully respected in nudist parks, and Whispering Oaks membership roster is never made public. People who are known as nudists usually announce it themselves. No park will ever publicize your presence without your explicit permission.

Is it likely my wife would be improperly approached at a nudist park?
Of course not. If such a thing were to occur, you'd notify the manager at once. The offending individual would be ejected and their membership card would be picked up.

May a married person visit the park without his/her spouse?
This is rarely permitted. Family nudism is exactly that. Your first visit to a nudist park should be a shared experience.

Are unmarried adults eligible for membership?
Yes, but individual parks have their own rules. It is best to check with them.

Will my picture be taken?
Photography in nudist parks is very closely controlled. Some parks will not permit it at all. No one is ever photographed at a sun club without specific permissionĀ in each instance. Children may not be photographed without their consent and that of their parents. Some parks provide photo corners where you can take all the pictures you wish of your own family.

Can I expect any real health benefit from nudism?
Yes, if you take part in the normal sports activities which are within your capabilities and don't overdo them. You will probably also benefit from the notable air of relaxation at most nudist parks. People who suffer from business pressures or other nervous strains normally find nudist living a highly effective antidote.
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