Nudist Resorts in North Georgia

In the true spirit of offering something for everyone, these unique places in the North Georgia mountains are for those in search of a “clothing free” or “clothing optional” lifestyle or vacation. Two of the highest-rated nudist resorts in Georgia are located in North Georgia and allow you to simply enjoy a brief day trip or purchase a lot and build a home to live full-time on-site!

Find a clothing-optional resort in North Georgia to relax with pools, hiking trails, social events, and more.

Nudist Resorts North GA

Nudist Resorts North GA

Make sure to thoroughly review the rules of each of these highly-rated locations to make sure you fully understand the atmosphere of these clothing-free environments.


Clothing Optional Resorts and Parks in the Georgia Mountains

Both of these North Georgia nudist clubs offer extensive events calendars, natural settings, overnight lodging, and recreation areas with a pool.


Paradise Valley Resort & Club in Dawsonville, GA

Located an hour North of Atlanta, Paradise Valley Resort & Club (aka “The Valley”) is a full-service clothing optional resort. Restaurant food service is available throughout the year on weekends. Paradise Valley features 3 pools, hot tubs (indoor and outdoor), volleyball (water and beach), and a full bar with DJ on Friday and Saturday nights.

First-timers can get a complimentary day pass (valid for all couples and single females).

Paradise Valley Nudist Resort in Georgia Mountains

Paradise Valley Nudist Resort in Georgia Mountains

  • Clothing optional resort is known as “The Valley”
  • A free day pass is available for first-time visitors
  • Short-term rentals for the day or weekend
  • Long-term rentals available for longer periods
    • Cottage, cabana, condominiums, RV sites, apartments, homes
    • New homes being built to rent or purchase lots for sale
  • Variety of activities include swimming, walking, tennis, hiking, volleyball, cycling, themed parties, and special meal events
  • Proud member of PFNR (Partnership For Nude Recreation)


Paradise Valley Dawsonville Georgia Contact Info


Paradise Valley Resort & Club Reviews


Serendipity Park in Cleveland, GA

Serendipity Park (also known as “The Dip”) prides itself on being the friendliest nudist facility and on having a family-friendly environment. Expect to enjoy stress-free relaxation at Serendipity Park.

Daily rates start at $50 for singles and $60 for couples/families. Admission discounts are available for select students, military, AANR, and other association members.

Serendipity Park Map -

Map of Serendipity Park Clothing Optional Resort in the Georgia Mountains

  • Day visits, overnight tent or RV camping, and rental cabins
  • Lot spaces for full-time or part-time living
  • Activities include petanque, water volleyball, karaoke, billiards, and more
  • Serendipity Park is pet-friendly (but pets are not allowed in the rental units!)
  • First-timers guide answers frequently asked questions about the park (hint: you’ll need a towel to sit on while nude)


Serendipity Park Cleveland GA Contact Info

Use the contact info below to directly contact Serendipity Resort Cleveland GA with any questions.

Serendipity Resort Cleveland GA

Serendipity Resort Cleveland GA


Serendipity Park Reviews


Tips for Visiting Nudist Resorts in the Georgia Mountains

Each of these resorts has its own rules and policies, but both want you to feel safe and comfortable and they promote their resorts as non-judgmental environments to relax in a clothing-optional space. Follow these guidelines to ensure a great experience.

  • Be respectful of everyone
  • Absolutely do not take photographs while on site
  • Use common sense when it comes to spending time outside in the sun and be sure to protect sensitive body parts from getting too much sun
  • Take a towel to sit on when you are nude


What has been your experience at these clothing-optional resorts?


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21 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    I have never been to a nudiest park. I plan to go this weekend. I was wondering how to keep the bugs at bay. What is safe for males to use. Is it safe to use suntan lotion on parts that have never seen the sun

  2. Mike says:

    I Have never to a nudist park before. I have thought about it many times. I plan on going this weekend. I wonder about bugs and bites what is safe for a male to keep the bugs at bay? Is suntan lotion for the parts that have seen the sun?

  3. John Campbell says:

    There is another NaturistnResort in N, Georgia. Bell Acres Resort in Maysville. It is really laidback and relaxing

  4. Misael H says:

    Well this is definitely interesting. I did not know that these were actually I think. These clotheless resorts Art some thing that I will be looking into because I just find it interesting not necessarily because I want to go. But wow this was interesting it’s kind of crazy how I ended up on this article. Thank you so much for this

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Misael, it’s nice that there are free passes available to those who may want to visit and make sure that it is an environment where they feel comfortable. 

  5. Louise says:

    This is a great article, I have often been to nudist beaches whilst on holiday but have never been to any resorts for nudists.

    Both of the resorts sound lovely places up in the mountains, a wonderful area to enjoy the freedom of the outdoors to the fullest extent,  and I imagine that you can expect a high level of privacy within them.

    I like that you have talked about the common courtesies expected here and to respect fellow visitors that use them. Great tips too on using sunscreen. 

    Very informative post.

    Thank you, Louise

  6. Michel says:

    Visiting a nudist resort is something I have never considered, mainly probably as I would be too self-conscious to walk around naked. However, I have heard from many people that it is very liberating not to have to worry about clothing and it is something you get used to very quickly.

    I see there are family packages too. Are children also allowed into these facilities? The activities offered are great and it seems like any normal holiday with a twist.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Michel, Paradise Valley bills itself as appealing to “fun loving couples and singles” while Serendipity has a family friendly environment.

  7. Jake says:

    That is one thing I like about WA is that you get to find all kinds of cool websites, just like this one.  I am not big into the whole nudist thing, but maybe that because I am not exactly the biggest guy if you know what I mean.

    I would still consider going. You only get to live once, and every day is an adventure. There are so many cool things to try out in this fascinating world, why not try this one?

    Try out new things, and enjoy what is out there. Including this, why not? You would have a story to tell for the rest of your life.


    • Alyce says:

      It’s wonderful that the beautiful North Georgia mountain communities can appeal to a wide variety of interests, including those who enjoy a clothing optional lifestyle!

  8. Jessie says:

    Hey thank you so much for the awesome post!  I have been looking for some good nudist resorts, and I didn’t realize there were so many in Northern Georgia!  I personally like the Serendipity Park, and I think that would be a good one.  I like how cheap it is, and this summer I will probably make some reservations!  Thank you!

  9. julzdk says:

    Single guys are not allowed to get visitors pass? That seems sexist and suspect to me that they welcome single women and not men. I don’t live anywhere near Georgia but your blog post makes me want to research if there are any nudist clubs in the Pacific Northwest. Think I would want to find one in the Spring or Summer though lol. 

  10. Moi MOI says:

    Hello, Thank you for the touristic guide. Since moving across the pond many many years ago, I have heard of just a few hedonist places but this is my first real discovery  of such a place. 

    Far from my memories the summers of Saint Tropez and even The Bois de Vincennes, I learned a great about  my next nature adventure. thank you for that.

    • Alyce says:

      Hi, these resorts are indeed clothing optional places, but they don’t consider themselves to be hedonsitic. 

      • Jack says:

        I tried to visit Paradise Valley today to see the grounds and to discuss membership and I was told it would cost $250!!…whoa, snob city! A visit to Serendipity to check out the property costs nothing, and a day pass is $50.

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