Playalinda Beach

Undeveloped and undressed

Playalinda Beach (sometimes written as Playa Linda or Playa Lynda) lies along Canaveral National Seashore approximately two hours Northeast of Tampa. While nude bathing isn't legal here, this stretch of beach is secluded enough to remove your bathing suit unnoticed. Undeveloped, this paradise isn't just for nudists. Nature lovers will also enjoy its untouched beauty. To protect this fragile environment, stick to the boardwalks that run from the parking areas to the beach.

Outdoor Focus

Area Attractions

Area Events

Nightlife

Nearby New Smyrna Beach's Flagler Avenue and Canal Street offer a host of hot eateries, clubs, pubs and nightlife for every taste imaginable.

Accommodation

Backcountry camping is limited on Playalinda Beach and requires a permit. Nearby Titusville, New Smyrna Beach, Orlando and Daytona Beach offer ample accommodations for all. Nudists will be pleased to hear Daytona Beach offers some clothing-optional accommodation. The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce/Tourism Division can help with specific Playalinda lodging requests.

Need to Know

Eco-friendly and clothing-optional beaches make Playalinda a nature-lover's delight. If going au naturelle turns you on, check out our Playalinda Beach vacation ideas.

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Beware the Max Brewer Causeway Bridge that you must cross to get to the beach. The speed limit is only 30 MPH and the Titusville Police love to set traps at the bottom of the hill and catch unsuspecting beach goers. Slow down and make them get their revenue elsewhere!
Posted on 3/18/2013 1:02:00 PM by Anonymous
where exactly is this beach
Posted on 8/29/2012 2:34:00 PM by Anonymous
we were at the canaveral national seashore in 2008. and if you drove all the way to the end of the road and parked at the last parking area and bathroom,changing/shower area, then walked about 50 yards south on the beach there were signs specificly stating that "you may encounter nude sunbathers from this point down. so we went down and layed out all week there. had assumed it was legal since it was posted as such. have pics of the sign even. was 6 dollars per day to enter the park though
Posted on 7/10/2011 10:20:00 PM by Anonymous
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