Mobile girls nudist camp
(other print of this image) Phillips, Sandra S., Elisabeth Sussman. Sunday September 16, 2012 HANCOCK -- The Berkshire Vista Resort provides an opportunity for guests to dress down. Nestled just off of Route 43, the gated getaway offers visitors camaraderie, fun and majestic mountain views from May 1 through Columbus Day.The Booksteins filed a civil suit against the town's Planning Board in 2008 after it wouldn't grant the owners preliminary approval to divide their land.The board said the public portion of Kittle Road didn't provide adequate access to the three proposed lots to be divided.Most of the people who show up are coupled with their significant others, Liuzzi said."My rule is, if it's inappropriate to do with your clothes on in public, it's inappropriate to do here without clothes," said Liuzzi, who is a naturist but was clothed for work on this sunny August day."The planning board still feels that it's right, but the courts decided differently," board member Joan Burdick said.
Vista has been the only nudist resort in the Berkshires since it was founded 56 years ago.Berkshire Vista is one of about 260 clothing-optional or fully nude facilities sanctioned by the American Association of Nude Recreation (AANR), a 0 million industry based in Kissimmee, Fla.According to mapmuse.com, Massachusetts has five clothing-optional facilities. Current Berkshire Vista owners Dan and Ginny Bookstein bought the 100-acre property at auction in 1996."Call it a bucket list thing," newcomer Todd said, asking that his last name not be used so that his privacy would be protected.
"We went back and forth all summer about coming until we finally decided to do it.Residents caught rays poolside without the worries of tan lines.