What To Expect At Two Creeks
What To Expect At Two Creeks
Clothing Optional culture stands in opposition to many conventional social values, especially with regard to some of the more generally accepted standards of modesty and decency. As a result some people misinterpret that to mean that we are completely anti-establishment and that anything goes within the confines of our clothing optional campground. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. Nudists/Clothing Optional camping, like all cultures, have codes of conduct that define acceptable and unacceptable etiquette and behavior. There are definitely some things that you should know while visiting Two Creeks Campground.
- Do make a reservation! Don’t show up without calling ahead and making a reservation. First time guests must make a reservation. By showing up without making a reservation, there is a good chance that you’ll be turned away. Also, Two Creeks requires you to bring a photo identification with you, such as your driver’s license or passport. You will not be allowed on the property without an identification and signing the waiver.
- While genuinely a friendly lot, our clothing-free/clothing optional attendees have an expectation of privacy. you are not required to tell camper your full info. Typically many only offer first names during introductions. Whatever other information (occupations or places of employment) that you give is up to you. Simply share and accept what you and others are willing to share. You’ve heard this saying, but whatever you see or hear at Two Creeks, stays at Two Creeks.
- Always, when nude, take a towel with you when walking around the campground. It’s for reasons of personal hygiene to carry a towel. Never sit on a picnic bench, golf cart, chair, etc., without first placing a towel under your derriere.
- It’s a clothing optional campground, so it’s up to you. You can walk in any many of dress or undress. We do require at least a bathing suit for potluck socials. If you’re uncomfortable being totally nude, just start at your comfort level (swimsuit shorts or bikini bottom) to start out. It’s your choice and comfort level.
- Don’t be a gawker/watcher. This environment is all about socializing. Be sociable. Walk up and introduce yourself. Start a conversation. Try some eye contacts, rather than just staring at “private” parts. Don’t just stare. People will think you’re weird.
- Everybody is different and we mean that. Every “body” is different. Don’t dwell on what you think a perfect body ought to be. We come in all shapes and sizes and all are acceptable. Don’t talk negatively about someone else. If you like, make a compliment, if you don’t, move on.
- Don’t take photographs of others without asking permission. Your best bet is to take photos of only people you’ve asked. Also, cameras are not allowed in the common areas, such as the dances, events, dinners, etc. Leave your camera in your camper or tent. Violation of this policy, could have negative consequences, such as being asked to leave, immediately.
- Even though we want you to experience the Freedom of Two Creeks, please make sure that others around you are comfortable with your activities. So, when unsure, ask your neighbors, if it’s OK for you to be an “exhibitionist.”
- This should be common sense, but never go into another person’s camper or tent without their permission. Never “borrow” anything from their camper, tent, lot, etc., without their permission.
- Just use common sense, follow the rules, remember “no” means “no” and you’ll have a great time.
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