3 Nude Beaches In Texas To Check Out Before Summer Comes To An End!
Ok so even though the first day of summer is not until later this month on the 21st, temperatures are already starting to heat up. We've seen a couple of 90-degree temps the last couple of weeks and Texans know that is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to heat in the Lonestar state. What to do?
Well for starters, the temperature rises and the clothes come off. I'm talking about tank tops and shorts season is officially here! But if you are down for a dip and would like to remove all of your clothing that too is an option.
This is a no-judgment zone, if that's your thing, scroll on, and I'll gladly tell you about 3 nude beaches in Texas that you would love!
3 NUDE BEACHES IN TEXAS THAT YOU CAN ENJOY THIS SUMMER:
1. HIPPIE HOLLOW PARK IN AUSTIN, TX-
Does Matthew McConaughey run this place? I kid, I kid. So here are a few things to know about Hippie Hollow, there is an $8 entry fee and also a $15 fee for parking. No pets are allowed but this nude beach, perfect for swimming, is one of the top-rated in Texas and is located on Lake Travis. This is an adult-only 18+ visitors are allowed on this beach it is a little bit of a hike through some rugged, rocky terrain, so consider yourself warned, otherwise, slip into your birthday suit and enjoy! Click here to learn more about Hippie Hollow.
2. UFO BEACH-SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TX
I don't think you will encounter any extraterrestrial activity but have fun nonetheless. There will be a $12 entry fee and this nude beach sits on South Padre Island,12 miles North of beach access No.6. The water is clear blue and you may encounter a party or 2 at this secluded beach. According to beachcatcher.com
UFO Beach on South Padre Island is the most famous nudist beach in the state. Actually, it isn’t legally recognized as a nude beach, but nudity has been a common thing here for years.
3. BARTON SPRING POOL BEACH AUSTIN, TX-
If you're looking to spend the day on a nude pool beach in Texas, this is the one for you, non-Austin residents must pay a $9 charge and this area is actually a natural spring in Zilker Park in Austin. It is advised to arrive at Barton Spring early in the day as it does tend to fill up fast. Click here for more details.