Canada Nude Beach List for Swinger Travel
Nude beaches, parks & resorts are great destinations for swingers to relax & shed their clothes. They are not places to try to have sex in public! Public Displays of Affection (PDAs) are discouraged or prohibited at vittually all of the places listed below. If you looking for places where you are welcome to have public sex with other consenting adults visit SDC.
These are just the most prominent nude beaches in Canada. For a more complete listing of free beaches and naturist resorts, visit Federation of Canadian Naturists. For general information on the naturist community, visit NetNude portal. For more information on top-freedom (toplessness) in Canada (and elsewhere), see Top-Free Equal Rights Association.
All areas of British Columbia, unless otherwise specified by town or city by-laws, allow both males and females to be topless in public.
Wreck Beach is the second largest clothing-optional beach in North America with over 100,000 visitors each year. On the shore of the Georgia Strait and the north arm of the Fraser River, it is part of Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which is adjacent to the University Endowment Lands, just west of the city limits of Vancouver.
In Surrey, British Columbia, 2006 political wrangling has fallen in favour of allowing nude sunbathing at Crescent Rock Beach.
Red Sands Beach in Nelson, British Columbia is a nude beach used mainly by locals. Camping is also common there.
All areas of Ontario, unless otherwise specified by town or city by-laws, allow both males and females to be topless in public.
Hanlan's Point Beach, on the Toronto Islands at is a sandy Clothing optional beach.
Oka, Quebec (Oka National Park - known locally as Okapulco), is about 40 km from Montreal in Quebec.
Centre naturiste la Pommerie, in Quebec, a naturist camping where the annual Canadian Naturist Festival usually is held in August.
Kouchibouguac, New Brunswick