Naturist farmers share secrets of naked campsite where people holiday nude

Naturist farmer Colin Wood has opened up about his naked campsite, which he runs with wife Carol and daughter Angie.

Candy Farm Campsite, which is on outskirts of Doncaster, welcomes naturists for holidays and breaks all year round.

Colin, who has enjoyed being a naturist for decades, founded the site back with wife Carole back in 2000.

They say it's place where judgement is left at the door and people can sunbathe, walk around and go for quiet country walks completely naked.

The modest site has just enough space for five caravans and 10 tents and has shower and toilet facilities as well as views of the surrounding countryside.

Colin describes it as a "simple site which attracts a wonderful community of people."

However, he says people often misunderstand about what naturism is and have common misconceptions about what it is all about.

Colin and his family got into naturism back in 1982 when the family took a holiday to Scarborough.

Daughter Angie was just two at the time when the family ventured to their first naturist beach during a heatwave.

Colin told Yorkshire Live: "We were on holiday in Scarborough and there was a day when it was just too hot to wear clothes.

"We thought that we would go and have a look at the local naturist beach, and see what it was like.

"We said that we wouldn't take our clothes off unless we felt completely comfortable.

"It was great people were welcoming and friendly and everyone was looking out for each other."

After returning home, the couple looked for other naturist groups and clubs that they could get involved in and decided to go along to their local naturist swimming club.

Colin said you get to meet similar people and hear about what other naturist clubs are all about.

The family were involved with naturists clubs for decades before they decided to open up their own naturist campsite.

Colin said: "When the idea came about I started to look around and see how we could make it work on the farm.

"And when we got up and running we had around 50 people coming to visit us, just through friends and word of mouth.

"It's a simple site but we find that it attracts the people that we want – we're not interested in people who are obsessed with their flashy vans."

The campsite became part of the Camping and Caravanning Club in 2015 and now features on their website so people know where to find them.

Colin's daughter, Angie Cox, said a lot pf people enjoy it so much at the campsite that they come return, sometimes even multiple times a year.

She said: "Some people take their clothes off straight away when they get here – while others take a little longer.

"There's no pressure at all – some people have come not realising that it is a naturist site and then joined in anyway."

Colin also admitted that some people "turn around straight away" when they realise it's a naturist campsite.

However, he said the family try and put out "obvious signs" if they get a feeling that someone doesn't know.

When it comes to campsite rules, Colin said: "The same social rules apply here as anywhere else – if you wouldn't do it in your clothes you shouldn't be doing it without your clothes."

He said the family often have to battle misconceptions that the local community have.

Colin said: "A lot of people can't separate the naked body from sex.

"A few people brought it up in the local pub the other night and said that people are coming up here and swapping partners.

"I said to them, look, I'm not saying that it doesn't happen but not as much as what it does in this pub."

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He also said they're not naked all the time as it's "not practical" – especially if it's not safe or too cold.

Daughter Angie, who has grown up going to naturist clubs with her family, said it was great as it allowed her to make so many friends.

Candy Farm Campsite is also famed for hosting Nudestock every year.

The annual event, which is usually held at the end of May, features dancing, bands, food, games, karaoke, body painting and challenges for all ages.

You can visit the Candy Farm Campsite to find out more information on it.

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