Northeast Georgia home to four nudist resorts
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Topic: Nudist Info

Read: Northeast Georgia home to three nudist resorts
11/08/2006: WTVM (Georgia, USA)

DAWSONVILLE, Ga. Three nudist resorts now call northeast Georgia home.

Paradise Valley Resort in Dawsonville upgraded three years ago and now offers sixteen two-bedroom, two-bath condos that start at 170-thousand dollars. They are the first of 152 units planned to be built in the hills at the resort.
Nude recreation is NOT new to the area. Paradise Valley -- previously known as Hidden Valley -- has been around for nearly three decades.
The nudity rule at Paradise Valley is clothing-optional. People may wear as much or as little as they like at the pool, the clubhouse, the bar and in the restaurant. The resort also offers dances on Friday and Saturday nights.
Joe Lettelier and his partners bought the property three years ago and decided to upgrade it.
He tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a telephone interview that the nudist market is -- quote -- "a very traveling market" that is on the go. And he says many people who travel to nudist resorts want to buy property there once they arrive.
Paradise Valley staff members go by first names only. Manager Jeff says many people are shocked by the amenities of the place when they visit for the first time.
Other resorts in the area offer more modest surroundings, such as Serendipity Park, a family nudist park near Cleveland, and Pleasure Grove Resort, an adults only, couples only, resort, which offers a pool, hot tub, decks and a lodge in  Cleveland, GA.

Read: Northeast Georgia home to three nudist resorts
11/08/2006: WTVM (Georgia, USA)

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