Sunday is the last “official” day of Nudestock and started with a Chapel Service at the main hall. This was followed by Yoga at 12:00pm
Sunday is the last “official” day of Nudestock and started with a Chapel Service at the main hall.
This was followed by Yoga at 12:00pm and DJ Ceasear by the pool. Most people began to pack up to return to textile life.
Time to reflect on what this event really was about, at least to me (and my family). This was about people being free and having fun. You could talk to anyone you wanted to. I was never refused entry into a conversation. The members and the guests were equally hospitable and respectful. These are still clearly the nicest and friendliest people we have ever encountered in the last five years of visiting nudist and clothing optional resorts.
The park remained clean for the entire festival partially because of the staff but also because of the respect attendees have for it.
The management went out of thier way to make this a truely special event. The resident members are very supportive and did their part as well.
This is a wonderful place that is a home away from home for us. We knew that we had to become members so we did (even though we live hundreds of miles away).
I had a conversation with a guy who told me something that was epic. He said he liked Cedar Creek as much for what it is, as much as what it isn’t. I totally get that.
From the new park owners: Since 2017 we have been an 18+ clothing optional resort. We do not allow children. We do require a family friendly code of conduct in the public areas but we are no longer the type of resort that your reviews reflect. Our business name is Cedar Creek Resort, LLC and no longer Cedar Creek Park or Cedar Creek RV Park.