❝ We were chilling out, chatting, taking in the naturist vibe, having fun! A lot of people were super friendly and laid back. We laid out for a while, asked somebody about the nature trail and spent almost an hour hiking in the most amazing jungle. ❞
- Big Mamou
❝ Great Place, amazing people. ❞
- Charles Francesc Xavier
❝ My favorite hiding place to relax and let do of all my stress and problems. I have been a regular there for the last 5 years. Beautiful spot way back in the woods. ❞
- Barbara Voron
❝ Sunsport Gardens a Naturist's Paradise. Although it is clothing optional, certain areas, such as the pool, sauna, hot tub, volleyball courts are nude only. My wife and I are delighted to live here 6 months of the year. I normally only wear sunglasses, a hat, and a smile! Sunsport is a family camp where we have had family visit us here and we feel safe. ❞
❝ I feel like the most blessed person in the world to have a beautiful place to live and such wonderful friends who make this life such a beautiful journey! ❤️Today I'm just floating in the pond and I'm grateful to know everything will be okay. ❤️ ❞
- Aaron Frost
❝ My friend hadn’t been to a naturist club before and asked if they were all like this! I told her no, this one seemed special...really, really naturist with all the foliage. We came back and took an outdoor shower and then tried the huge hot tub. This place wasn’t fancy, but everything it offered was just right! ❞
- Big Mamou
❝ Surprisingly wonderful experience!
The hot tub is new and improved, fantastic jets, huge and hot! The pool is clean and everyone there was totally friendly. The sauna is great as well as the showers. The workers I met were helpful and friendly as well. The property is huge and there are health walks and trails if you ask/look so you can explore around. I highly recommend the once a month drum circle! ❞
- Michael P
❝ Amazing folks and sweet souls, and yes, even Magic can still be found at Sunsport Gardens. It has survived over 50 years and hopefully it can find a way to continue to do so. ❞
❝ The tropical landscape is soothing, but plenty to keep you busy no matter what your interest. Activities include yoga, water aerobics, sand volleyball, petanque, tennis, pickle ball, line dancing lessons and of course relaxing by the beautiful pool and hot tub, plus much more. The onsite cafe offers fresh and tasty fare. We have booked for 8 weeks next year but shorter stays are certainly worthwhile. Truly a beautiful and natural spot in South Florida. ❞
- Tom and Karen
❝ Very accepting environment with great activities, organic restaurant, nice walking trails, and much more. ❞
- Bill Cannon
❝ Sunsport is an awesome place to relax and enjoy how beautiful the human body is. I have been there 4 times and the people have been so welcoming they feel like family. ❞
- Joey Dellagatta
❝ There's something magical about this place. ? First Friday Drum Circle. ?
? If home is where the heart is... THIS is my home. Maybe it's time to move back out. ? Giving myself something to think about this lovely evening as I surround myself with friends.❞
- Jessica Bergen
❝ Great laid-back place. The cafeteria there serves very tasty meals. ❞
- Louis Beach
❝ Family friendly, clean, campground type resort with pretty nature trails with native plants and flowers. Special events bring children & parents, young people, and people of all ages and occupations to educational programs and activities in a naturist/nudist setting. ❞
- David Stanley Lewis
❝ I enjoyed spending the day enjoying the beautiful weather in a very comfortable and clean place. I would recommend this place for anyone who wants to escape mandatory clothing for the day. ❞
- David Bigelow
❝ A Bit of Heaven
A relaxing breather from the travails of the rest of the world. Sunsport is a wonderful haven where nature is respected au naturel. God created me naked---If it's good enough for Him, then its good enough for me. ❞
- Bill P
❝ Bare-footers really love it here as it is so “barefoot friendly”. The resort roads are made of packed sand so many choose no shoes. There is plenty of grassy areas and also soft pine needle coated paths to explore and experience Earthing (also known as Grounding) to Mother Earth. ❞
2pm (7 days/week)
11am (7 days/week)
Naturally Nude Cafe:
TAKE-OUT OR DELIVERY &
Monday 6-8pm & Smoothie Bar 11am-1
Tuesday 6-8 & SB 11-1
Wednesday: Smoothie Bar Only 11-1
Thursday 6-8 & SB 11-1
Friday 6-8 & SB 11-1
Saturday 6-8 & SB 11-1
Sunday 6-8 & SB 11-1
More Cafe Info & Menu
Monday – Sunday: 10am –6pm
IMPORTANT ROAD CHANGE!
The cut through road (40th Street) in front of Sunsport Gardens is now closed by a gate erected by the Indian Trail Improvement District. All traffic must now enter Sunsport from Okeechobee Blvd, via E Road or D Road.
For more info…..go here.
The Harvest, the Hunter, and the Equinox
Sunday, October 9
Drying Rice Moon, a Dakota name, describes part of the post-harvest process of preparing rice for winter.
Falling Leaves Moon is an Anishinaabe term that highlights the transition between summer and fall.
Freezing Moon (Ojibwe) and Ice Moon (Haida) refer to the increasingly cold temperatures of this period.
Migrating Moon (Cree) refers to the time when birds begin to fly south to warmer climates.
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Going to be an AMAZING weekend
filled with a bunch of great musicians!
35th Annual MID-WINTER NATURIST FESTIVAL
FEBRUARY 16 – 21, 2023
JOIN US FOR SIX DAYS OF FUN, GROWTH AND COMMUNITY
Naturist Family Gathering
Sunsport’s 16th Annual Naturist Family Youth Gathering will be July 8 to 16
Children aged 4-17 and their families will experience a fun week of growth and community emphasizing interpersonal relations skills, learning, and creativity in a natural environment.
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Here you can find a
Meditating Buddha, Lotus Pond,
Labyrinth, Marsh and
coming soon an exotic Bamboo Forest
Meditation Field is a magical place to heal and to grow both spiritually and physically.
A place to find your inner self and a place to connect to Nature.
Surrounded by a Rainbow Eucalyptus Grove and ornamental bamboo the Meditating Buddha welcomes visitors.
Handcrafted by artisans in Java, Indonesia of Volcanic Stone.
If you are quiet enough, you will hear the flow of the universe. You will feel its rhythm. Go with this flow. Happiness lies ahead. Meditation is key.
Lotus are dormant in the winter but come spring they will begin to emerge and flower all summer……
If you never have before, or even if you have, take time someday soon to observe a Lotus and look for its symbolic properties of purity, determination, hope, and rebirth.
The lotus is the symbol of what is divine or immortal in humanity, and also symbolizes divine perfection. The lotus is the attribute of sun and fire gods. … The lotus’s unfolding petals suggest the expansion of the soul. The growth of its pure beauty from the mud of its origin holds a benign spiritual promise.
Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer.
What Is a Labyrinth?
A labyrinth is not a maze. It has only one path to the center and back out, which is called unicursal (one line). It has no blind alleys or dead ends as mazes have. The path twists and turns back on itself many times before reaching the center. Once at the center, there is only one way back out.
The labyrinth symbolizes a journey to a predetermined destination (such as a pilgrimage to a holy site), or the journey through life from birth to spiritual awakening to death.
In the not too distant past, wetlands were regarded as wastelands. Most people felt that they were places to be avoided, and it was common practice to drain them, fill them or treat them as dumping grounds. A study published by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1990 revealed a startling fact: more than half of the 221 million acres of wetlands that existed in the lower 48 states in the late 1700s have been destroyed.
Today, we know that wetlands provide many important services to the environment. They offer critical habitat for fish, waterfowl and other wildlife, they purify polluted waters, and they help check the destructive power of floods and storms.
The Marsh at Sunsport symbolizes primal Nature….the home and birthplace of all life.
Meditation Field is located in the back north area of Sunsport.
DirectionsGo Here to see Sunsport's Map
One of the best ways to get familiar with the community here at Sunsport Gardens is to take a tour of the grounds with a friendly guide. This short video (13:41) will show you many of the amenities and activities that our guests enjoy while visiting with us.
Camping in Florida: 8 of the best camp sites in South Florida
Sunsport Gardens has been chosen as one of the best 8 places to camp in South Florida!
Read the full article here.
“This naturist resort is a nudist’s paradise. It includes all kinds of amenities and campground sites.
You can rent the campground that best suits your needs, whether it’s a tent site, an RV, a cabin or maybe you just want to hang a hammock under a tree.
Kayak or canoe on the canal to the lake, enjoy a hike through the woods, ride your bike around 40 acres, play volleyball, work out at the fitness center and skinny dip in the heated swimming pool or hot-tub.”
Drums @ Sunsport Gardens
Sunsport has a vibrant drum community ranging from meditative shamanic drumming to upbeat African drumming.
Come join us for drum circles and classes.
Drumming is a great workout for your brain and actually can make you smarter because when you drum you access your entire brain. … Drumming also appears to synchronize the lower areas of the brain (non-verbal) with the frontal cortex (language and reasoning).
Every First Friday of the Month
Drum Circle at 9pm
Join Sunsport Gardens for their Every First Friday Drum Circle Friday 9 p.m. till 12 a.m…..then stay till 2 and enjoy.
July 1 • August 5 • September 2 • October 7 • November 4
Come as early as 5pm!!
Only $5 to enjoy all of Sunsport till 2am!
Fire Spinners Welcome!
Bring your drum, dance naked around the fire, have some fun, meet family and friends. Enjoy the beautiful South Florida weather. See you there and stick around and enjoy the hot tub and pool and all that SunSport Gardens has to offer before and after the drum circle.
Don’t forget the Naturally Nude Cafe is open from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. for your dining pleasure.
Admission on this special day is only $5 until 2am!
Beginning in April, the special drum circle ground fees will be in effect only until 10 pm when the office closes. After 10 pm entry, regular ground fees will apply.
Please arrive before 10pm to enjoy the $5 price.
Please Support These Important Organizations Fighting for Our Freedoms
The Treasure Coast Naturists is the non-profit that founded the clothing-optional section of Blind Creek Beach on Hutchinson Island, Florida. Since 2014, TCN has managed this family-oriented, naturist or clothing-optional shoreline. This piece of paradise is located between Fort Pierce and Jensen Beach. Although casual nude use has a long history at this remote, primitive and pristine beach, it is now recognized by local law enforcement as lawful. You are invited to join us. We invite you also to visit and “like,” the TCN Facebook page too. To get started, click on the links below.
Vision: Creating a clothing-optional world where your body does not define who you are.Mission: Promoting a culture of body acceptance through clothing-optional recreation, education, and community outreach.Values: Naturism, Understanding, Diversity, Education
Our thousands of members from across the U.S., Canada and beyond come from all walks of life. Single people, families, and retirees; teachers, construction workers, clerks and computer programmers; globe-trotters and homebodies… it doesn’t matter. If you share our underlying principle—body acceptance through nude recreation — you’re already a naturist at heart.
The Naturist Action Committee is the political adjunct to The Naturist Society Foundation. NAC’s nine volunteer board members are elected democratically from and by the membership of TNSF. As a grassroots organization, NAC relies on the involvement and participation of its NAC Area Representatives, individual naturists, and groups at local and regional levels. NAC exists to advance and protect the rights and interests of naturists throughout North America, and supports the responsible recreational nude use of public lands. NAC is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation.
The Naturist Education Foundation is the nonprofit informational and educational adjunct to The Naturist Society Foundation. NEF is an organization of nine volunteer board members and multiple NEF Area Representatives dedicated to improving the awareness of naturism and body acceptance among both naturists and non-naturists, including business leaders, legislators, and the college community. NEF seeks to achieve an understanding and acceptance of naturists and their activities throughout North America. NEF is a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation.
Beach Education Advocates for Culture, Health, Environment & Safety (B.E.A.C.H.E.S.) Foundation Institute aims at establishing amicable and mutually beneficial working partnerships with government, business, naturist beach advocacy groups and the public to design, establish and manage designated clothing-optional or naturist areas at public beaches.
B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, former Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department Programming Partner for Haulover Beach and an adjunct of South Florida Free Beaches (SFFB), founders of Haulover Beach’s naturist section in 1991.
Our Mission: Simply put, we exist “To advocate nudity and nude recreation in appropriate settings while educating and informing society of their value and enjoyment.”
The American Association for Nude Recreation is the largest, most long-established organization of its kind in North America. With roots dating to 1931, we have grown from our humble beginnings to an organization that has served 213,000 individuals throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and beyond. These members enjoy their own backyards and pools with family and friends, as well as over 180 nudist resorts and affiliates.
The Federation of Canadian Naturists (FCN) is Canada’s national nudist organization. Along with the Fédération québécoise de naturisme (FQN), the FCN represents and promotes the naturist lifestyle as wholesome, healthy, and enjoyable.
Our Mission Statement
The Federation of Canadian Naturists is a member-supported, not for profit organization dedicated to fostering a greater understanding, acceptance and appreciation of naturism as a way of life throughout Canada.