Wilton >Recreation Camps > Laguna Del Sol
8683 Rawhide Ln, Wilton, CA | Directions 9569338.447717 -121.200070
Adventure Vacation- Nakations! – I travel to Laguna del Sol on my trips to CA. The travel it is about 350 miles. A nice vacation
I am an owner of a clothing optional resort and romantic getaway in WA, Arcadia Romantic Getaway. Being private owned, as also is Laguna del Sol, there is alot to manage. We also recognize the importance of taking care of the variety of members and travelers coming through. Their facility grounds are expansive and wonderfully taken care.I enjoyed renting the single wide trailer. It had everything I needed. Nude Stock was fun.
There are a variety and cross-section of age of people there. Clubs whether yacht club to nudist club has its membership issues. Privately-owned does help to alleviate issues. I, as an owner of a WA nudist vacation resort, Arcadia Romantic Getaway: (Internet: arcadianaturally) in Shelton, WA, full well recognize the need to create a culture that is welcoming and hospitable . Laguna del Sol is 5x's larger. Enjoy what they have created!
Bad Manager, Okay Things to Do – The place has a lot of potential, but needs to pay attention to cleanliness in the restrooms as well as better ventilation in them.
The manager there treats people horribly for the slightest reasons. I said a friendly hello to him and he became irate, and told me to go away. That reflects poorly on the whole place.
The customers there tend to stick to themselves and do not make new people feel welcome at all. I could not believe how clique-like they were, and how snobbish. They seemed like they were all seasoned bar-hoppers, with little social maturity. Alcohol is the main beverage there, and the folks can get a bit tipsy.
There is plenty of potential, but the place is short on nice folks who are inclusive. Don't go there, unless you have your own group along to keep you company. Otherwise, you will think you have taken a vow of silence at LDS.
Be sure to stay away from the manager!!
Very Relaxing – To get away from the strife of everyday life, this is the place to go to. I hoghly recremend going to Laguna for a day or a weekend and leave the worries of everyday life behind. The people are friendly, and the grounds are wonderful. A great spot to relax without the constricts of clothing.
Laguna Del Sol – This has been a beautiful place for the last 20 years. But I have noticed unfavorable changes over the years. The owners are over-promoting the alcohol driven events on holiday weekends. During those off weekends, more alcohol driven "dances" in the clubhouse. To sum it up, Laguna has become an alcolhol driven senior citizen enclave that has accepted the "swinging lifestyle" members. Families are rare, drunkeness everywhere, dances are nothing more than swinger hunting grounds. Drunks in the hot-tub and conversation pool nightly.
Thorough relaxation and gorgeous scenery – Having only previously been to Black's Beach in San Diego, we didn't have very high expectations for a "resort" out in the middle of nowhere. I figured it would be some rundown old campground with a single pool and maybe a shabby clubhouse. Well I was wrong. Very wrong.
Laguna Del Sol is one of the most relaxing vacation spots I've been to, full stop (including Hawaii). It handily earns its "resort" moniker and then some. The grounds are green, pretty and teeming with life and the facilities are very well maintained, including four major pools (one indoor), several jacuzzis, a gym, a game room (billiards, ping pong), a remote gazebo with hammocks, a huge lake with free use of paddle boats, a full-service restaurant, a modern clubhouse, bar and dance floor and tons more.
It's impossible to do the place justice with mere words, but suffice it to say that we're convinced. We've had some of the most relaxing times in recent (and non-recent) memory here, including meeting overwhelmingly friendly people, floating on the lake or just chilling out alone in the hammocks. The grounds are expansive so it's easy to get away if you want, or to stick around the main pool where most people congregate in the summer.
The camping facilities are as good or better than any other campgrounds you'd find in California, including full hookups. There are hundreds of spots, many of which are on the shore of the lake. We've tent camped twice with success, though that becomes less feasible as summer comes to a close.
The quick summary: try a weekend day at Laguna during the summer just to get away and relax. There's a good chance that you'll also become enamored and spend your weekends away in a not-so-distant version of paradise.
Best to avoid at all costs – I was a member of this resort for many years with no problems and somewhat enjoyed staying with friends there. Suddenly I found myself being slandered by another member. The manager quickly endorsed the slander being given out throughout the resort that was not true at all. My membership would not be canceled nor was my membership dues refunded. About the resort. While some of it is pretty much is run down. The hotel rooms are poor at best. No new towels or linen was ever replaced which I would expect at a regular resort or hotel. Some of the restrooms are void to toilet paper and are constantly amuck.
If you are a nudist go to the beach, or another resort, avoid Laguna Del Sol.
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