Mira Vista:

Guest Site by: Dave Beeman
Review of Tucson Arizona Fkk Resort Mira Vista
My wife and I were approaching our 23rd wedding anniversary, and we had determined to plan a weekend getaway for the first time in 20 years. We live in Awesome Mexico, which has lots of places to see and things to do, but we determined to go to Arizona.
I jokingly suggested we go to Mira Vista, presuming my 90% textile wife would never go for it. She asked me, “What’s Mira Vista?” I answered, “It’s a clothes-optional resort just outside Tucson, Arizona.” Nothing more was said until after New Year’s, when she dropped a bombshell and said, “Let’s make reservations at Mira Vista”!
We left Fresh Mexico on the morning of March 15th. It was a 5 hour drive to the resort from our house, largely via Interstate 10. The nudist resort was easy to find, and we arrived with lots of daylight left. The receptionist was very warm and friendly. She gave us a very short rundown of rules and policies, and then directed us on a tour of the facilities.
My first impression of the resort was that it was in a beautiful location with an abundance of desert flora. It also had more than a small old west charm. The “club house” was initially a stage stop for the Butterfield Stage line.
The current owners, who also own Laguna del Sol outside Sacramento, CA, purchased the Mira Vista property and opened it as a clothes-optional resort in 2006.
The main pool is kept at a comfortable temperature and is only big enough to get in several laps. There’s a committed water volleyball pool, a 96 degree dialogue pool, and the hot tub is kept at a relaxing 106 degrees.
There is a good sized work out room complete with weight machines, and the road around the resort provides a fine half mile loop to run or take a nude hike. The food was outstanding, and the costs were in http://x-nudism.com/community/nudist/all-age-nudists.php . We spent the remainder of Friday afternoon enjoying the sun and met some really fine folks from Canada. gang bang at beach , we bypassed the karaoke in favor of a dinner in downtown Tucson (folks would pay me not to sing).
The next day was going to be a 100% clothing-free day for me, and we got an early start enjoying the sunshine after breakfast. The resort filled up fast.
Now, I’ll say, that while there was a fair mixture of gender, and the age demographic varied from 9 to 90, the vast majority were individuals older than I ‘m at 46. This didn’t surprise me, given the fact that Tucson entices a large number of snowbirds and retirees.
There was, however, no age discrimination, and I could tell the resort has lots of regulars.
The only negative thing I’d say is they need a bigger sofa, as it was filled to capacity quickly both nights. The dance was lots of enjoyment, with some really first costume ideas on display.
The view of the stars from the dialogue pool later that evening was magnificent and made an ideal ending to a great day. There are condominiums for sale on the resort, and a tour of the condominiums was offered. Our room was exceptional, not the Ritz, but plenty of space with an extremely nice front veranda to sit and enjoy the sounds of the desert while enjoying my morning java.
We left the nudist resort Sunday morning very unwillingly. While I will not say that my wife is now a naturist, I will say she enjoyed herself, and was the one who suggested we make plans to return!
Learn more about Mira Vista on their website at http://www.miravistaresort.com
This Review of the Tucson Arizona Clothing Optional Nudist Mira Vista Resort was released by -Young Naturists and Nudists America
Tags: arizona, clubs and resorts
Classification: Fkk Resort and Reviews, Social Nudity Blogs
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