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Skin in the Game: Where to Go Skinny Dipping in Texas

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McFaddin Beach, Galveston. Although not an official nude beach, topless is allowed per Texas law and this spot is secluded. Rumor has it that the local police will only enforce conduct laws if a complaint is made. Full nudity is illegal, so proceed at your own risk.

Skin in the Game: Where to Go Skinny Dipping in Texas

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Chaparral Resort, 34 miles southwest of Fort Worth. This clothing optional resort/bed and breakfast features a pool, hot tub, saloon, pool table, slot machines, and a gym. Catering to couples and single women only, you are welcome to bring your own alcoholic beverages. Privacy is of utmost importance. Call or email to make reservations.

Lone Star Resort, 3206 County Road 325, Navasota. The camp-like setting at Lone Star Resort makes skinny dipping easy via lake, pool, or hot tub. No lodging is available, but RVs and tent campers are welcome. Day rate is $25, with a college student rate of $15.

Be aware, ladies, those going topless in public can be arrested despite the fact it’s not illegal under state law. If local police choose to do so, they could make an arrest under the pretense of “disorderly conduct.” In some Texas towns, penal codes such as public lewdness and indecent exposure could be employed. Just because toplessness is perfectly legal under the state law doesn’t mean you won’t run into trouble locally. Think carefully before ditching the swimsuit and always stay mindful of others. Like any real adventure, skinny dipping has its own risks and rewards.

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