Playalinda is one of the few
official naturist beaches in Florida and is certainly one of the best overall. I visited it last April as part of the group outing at the Naked Spring Bash of Florida Young Naturists.
It’s a great beach with plenty of space whether you are with a big group or want to chill quietly enjoying the sound of waves.
If you want to enjoy the waves in a more active manner, Playalinda is known to have a pretty good swell for surfing, but it wasn’t the case at the time of my visit. However, the waves were perfect for body surfing.
Naked body surfing is as natural as it gets when it comes syncing with the ocean and feeling it power!
Unlike the urban Haulover Beach in Miami, where we went after FYN Spring Bash 4 years ago, Playalinda is set in a natural surrounding of the Cape Canaveral National Seashore.
Nudists usually congregate at the section near the farthest parking of Playalinda beach (and as the commentator indicated below, just a little further north there is an officially clothing-optional Apollo beach),
but even from there you can see well the NASA Shuttle Landing Facility… Those were the days, when you could sunbathe naked and watch the shuttle lift off into space! Nowadays you may be lucky to see the launch of a rocket by SpaceX though. So, next time I’ll try to time my visit well (and check the surf forecast too).
4 thoughts on “Playalinda beach… after Florida Young Naturists’ Spring Bash”
For what it’s worth, Playalinda is NOT officially clothing optional. Brevard county has an anti-nudity ordinance that applies there. Fortunately, our sheriff feels he has better things to do than to enforce the ordinance in the traditionally used area of the beach. Apollo beach further north, just over the county line, has no ordinances against it. Nor does a few other beaches in the state that aren’t “officially” recognized and designated the way Haulover is.
oh, is that so? I wonder if we were at the Apollo section already then…
It’s hard to join this fun outings when your not welcomed
It’s hard to join these Bashes because of the everchanging concept of being “young”.