FEBRUARY 16 - 21, 2023
Download 2023 form here: Registration Form
JOIN US FOR SIX DAYS OF FUN, GROWTH AND COMMUNITY
Over Presidents’ Day long weekend (Thursday – Tuesday). Sunsport Gardens Family Naturist Resort Is proud to host the 35th Annual Mid-Winter Naturist Festival, the longest running naturist festival in one location. Choose from over 220 activities or relax and play in the South Florida sun. Renew friendships and make new friends. Be part of a caring community committed to exploration and growth. Enjoy the freedom of feeling the sun, air and water over ALL of you.
To Highlight the Festival, Armand & Angelina, Faerie Elaine Silver and others present their inspiring and entertaining musical performances.
New Age experiential workshops will focus on health, personal growth, arts, ecology, relationships, and naturist issues. Join activities such as Tai Chi, yoga, exotic fruit tasting, native flute playshops, meditation, breathwork, water aerobics, skin cancer screening, relationship exploration, water massage, Qi-Gong, pilates and spiritual celebrations.
Have fun with hula hooping, a water slide, poi spinning, and sports. Walk the labyrinth and experience the pudding toss free for all. Be creative with crafts, photography, crocheting, body painting, theater arts, poetry, tie dye, jewelry making, and drumming. Learn about living green, building community, permaculture, crystal healing, tarot, modeling, and preparing healthful meals.
On Tuesday you can enjoy a relaxing day at Haulover Beach, Florida’s clothing optional beach with full amenities, or visit natural Blind Creek Beach, Florida’s newest clothing-optional beach.
Evenings will feature musical & theatrical performances, naturist photography, a variety show, karaoke, movies, and nightly campfire drumming circles with dancing.
Of course there will be a full schedule of fun, exciting activities for children.
Sunsport Gardens Family Naturist Resort, located 14 miles west of West Palm Beach, offers volleyball, tennis, labyrinth, pool table, petanque, 87 degree heated swimming pool, hot tub spa, sauna, fitness center, WI- FI, fishing, kayaking and canuding, a children’s playground, and a jungle nature trail on 40 acres of lush, tropical vegetation. Sunsport is smokefree except in 3 out of the way smoking areas
Delicious and healthy buffet style meals including vegetarian and low fat, low carb options and fresh fruits and vegetables will be available at Sunsport’s Restaurant. Accommodations include: RV sites, tent camping, a limited number of cabins and trailers, and affordable rates at nearby motels. Make your plans now to attend this exciting event.
Covid Vaccinations are recommended. If not vaccinated, masks should be worn indoors.
The Festival benefits the:
Naturist Society Foundation
South Florida Free Beaches (Haulover)
Treasure Coast Naturists (Blind Creek)
Sunsport is smoke free except in 3 out of the way smoking areas.
Make your plans now to attend this exciting event.
Directions to Sunsport Gardens
From South and North:
From Florida’s Turnpike or Interstate 95, exit at Okeechobee Blvd. (West Palm Beach). West 8.5 miles from the Turnpike. Through Royal Palm Beach. Right onto D Road. 2 miles to end. Right onto North Road. Sunsport entrance 1/4 mile on left.
From State Rt. 80, turn left at traffic light at Seminole Pratt Whitney. Approx. 1.5 miles to light at Okeechobee Blvd. Right onto Okeechobee. Left at D Road. 2 miles to end. Right onto North Road. Sunsport is 1/4 mile on the left.
For information contact:
Sunsport Gardens Family Naturist Resort
14125 North Road
Loxahatchee, Florida 33470
Phone: (561) 793-0423
Download 2023 form here: Registration Form
Registration and Reservations Registration Fee is $60 per adult ($50 for Naturist Society members) a portion of which goes to support the Naturist Society & Haulover & Blind Creek Beaches.
For the Festival, Sunsport Gardens grounds fees per day are
$20 per adult if paid by February 1 (or paid anytime for 330xx – 334xx zip code residents),
$25 after February 1.
Daily grounds fees for people aged 18-30 with current student IDs or Naturist Society membership cards will be $8.
Mail the pre-registration form below along with the applicable fees to: Sunsport Gardens, 14125 North Road, Loxahatchee, FL 33470.
When you arrive, you will first check-in at the office. Photo identification required for adults.
There will be a full schedule of activities for children.
Children (17 years and younger) are exempt from registration and grounds fees.
Meal prices are reduced for children 12 or under.
Daily rates (tax included) per site are:
$18.00 – (tent/van no hook-up)
$27.00 – (RV no hook-up)
$34.00 – (water and electric)
Hook-up space is limited.
A Sunsport Gardens member rents and sets up furnished tents. There are also nearby motels. Call the Sunsport Office for information.
Vendors/practitioners registered in the festival have free booth space. Bring your own canopies, tables and chairs and other equipment. The Mid-Winter Naturist Festival encourages a marketplace of businesses, services, products, and ideas.
Sunsport is smoke free except for 3 designated smoking areas. Alcoholic beverages are not available; people may bring their own. Naturist etiquette is expected. Sports equipment is available. Sunsport Gardens is wheelchair accessible. During the Festival clothing is optional except that the swimming pool/hot tub/sauna area is clothes-free.
West Palm Beach is serviced by Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), a 25 minute drive from Sunsport. Uber or Lyft are available from PBI to Sunsport or call Sunsport for transportation arrangements.
Breakfast: 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM $ 12.00
Lunch: Noon – 1:30 PM $ 14.00
Dinner: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM $ 18.00
Meal plan discount: All meals $220.00
Buffet style meals are served during the Festival. Box lunches will be available for field trips. Reservations for meals should be made prior to the event to assist in meal planning. Vegetarian meal options will be available. Meals include fresh vegetables and fruit.
Please inform the restaurant staff of dietary needs such as food allergies.
Vaccinations are recommended. Masks should be worn indoors if not vaccinated.