Port Aransas Beach, Atlantic Beach N., and Pompando Beach Florida, the nude beaches along the Atlantic coast, are all about sexting, according to the owner of a nudist campground near the coast.
The beach is named after two of the city’s famous nudists, James Vero and Nana, who lived in the area, said Patrice V. DeMarco, owner of The Naturist Campground.
The campground is about a half-hour drive from Fort Bragg and sits about 15 miles south of Fort Brag.
It’s one of several nudist campsites near the coastline.
“It’s a hotbed of nudists,” DeMarco said.
“If you look, you can see it’s a nudists’ paradise.”
There are hundreds of nude beaches in Florida, most of which have been designated for sexts.
“They’re not public, but people want to be able to have sextable sexual contact with each other,” said DeMarco.
Nudist camps in Fort Brags are open only to nudists.
The beach is also open to members of the public, although they must wear a mask.
DeMario said he has received calls from nudists who say they were harassed and robbed at the beach.
“Some of them were afraid to be naked at the nudist beach because they were being harassed and people were telling them they weren’t allowed to be there,” DeMarcus said.
DeMarco said there are many nude beaches and beaches that are private, such as the popular nude beach at Fort Bragger State Park.
“There’s nothing like the beach here,” De Marco said.
He said the beach has had some negative publicity.
“But that’s the way it is.”
Nudists often camp in campsites at the edge of town, where the beach is far from other parks.
“We’ve had nude campsites on our property before,” DeMario explained.
“I’m glad to see the nudists have taken the initiative and are trying to get a nude beach off the beach.”
DeMarco owns The Nudist Camping, a small campground on Fort Braganza, a beach on Cape Cod.
He’s hoping the nudisting campgrounds in Fort Brigas and Pomposo Beach will attract nudists to come and live on their property.
“When you’re camping out at the Cape, you’re always surrounded by the other people,” DeLucas said.
“If you get into a group of people and they’re nudists and they are nudists that’s a wonderful thing.
That’s just a wonderful experience.
I’m just glad they’re trying to do it.”
Fort Brigas is about 20 miles from Fort Brigs and Fort Braga.
It has a population of about 4,000 people and is about 25 miles north of Fort Brigades.
Pompso Beach is about 75 miles from Pompas, about 35 miles south.