Hoyt Trail is a 1. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from January until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Out and back to a nice swimming area. This trail leads to swimming holes along the South Yuba River and historic Hoyt Crossing, a popular hangout for skinny-dippers and other river lovers in summer. Southern exposure means warmth on cool days and wildflowers in the spring. An optional extension up the old Hoyt Crossing Road makes for a vigorous 4.
8 thoughts on “Northern California naturism”
River Dippers provides these location descriptions as a public service and even though we try to make them as accurate as possible we assume no responsibility for their accuracy or content. Google maps now identifies some Tahoe beaches as nude beaches. The best nude beaches at Lake Tahoe are currently on the Nevada side. Parking : 4. Park along the side of the road, but make certain all tires are fully off the hard pavement. The trail down to the beaches is opposite the boulder.
Northern California has many places where naturism can be enjoyed. Among the possibilities are naturist resorts, clothing-optional beaches, rivers and streams for skinny dipping, commercial and non-commercial hot springs where clothing-optional bathing is possible, and occasional public events. There are also several non-landed naturist clubs. And, perhaps best of all, there are hundreds of thousands of acres of U. National Forests where innumerable secluded campsites allow for unfettered nudity. For people who like rustic camping, there are a number of National Forests in Northen California. Usually, locations that are suitable for naked camping are accessible only via unimproved dirt, gravel, etc. Generally, however, only small RVs or trailers are suitable. Water may be available in nearby streams but should always be treated. The upside is that nudity is generally legal and acceptable in places that are hardly ever visited by the general public.
On a hot day this is the place to go. We arrived before the crowds, found a good swimming hole, and A beautiful place to stop and stretch your legs - beautiful views from the bridge and access to the