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Breitenbush Hot Springs

A two-hour drive and a pay-in-advance day-use fee ($15-28 sliding scale) gets you into the happy hippie skinny-dip sanctuary that is Breitenbush. It's a family-friendly facility with a focus on healing; in addition to hot springs access there's free yoga, guided meditation, and hiking.

Creep Factor: No one is here to check out your goodies. They're here to get centered, soak up the healing mineral waters, and sweat out their toxins.

Nudity chillness: Most folks opt to go dipping without a suit and no one gives a hoot about shrinkage.

Overall: 2 1/2 nutsacks. This place would be heaven on earth—if not for toddlers.

Pros: Delicious vegetarian/vegan meals are available at an additional cost. One pool is for silent enjoyment only (subtext: no babies). There's absolutely NO cell reception.

Cons: There's NO cell reception! Also, white dreadlocks are pretty much inevitable.

Rooster Rock

Just a 35-minute drive east into the Gorge gets you to this popular nude playground. It's one of two sanctioned nude beaches near Portland. Pay a $5 day-use fee, or don't if the tollbooth is un-manned that day (that's between you and your municipal god), and walk down a marked path to the clothing-optional beach.

Creep Factor: State-sanctioned nudity means that it's no secret to the public; that goes for voyeurs, pervs, and creeps (oh my).

Nudity chillness: Beachgoers range from couples, groups of friends, and creeps. Also notable, in the grand tradition of public parks, is theahem—hook-up culture.

Overall: 1 1/2 nutsacks: The scenery is glorious, but you may be sacrificing a little privacy.

Pros: Crowds clear out between the late afternoon and sunset.

Cons: Creeps and the occasional scrub-brush handjob that dare not speak its name.

Sauvie Island/Collins Beach

Forty minutes north on Hwy 30 brings you to the northern tip of Sauvie Island. Collins Beach, the other state-sanctioned nude beach in Oregon, features clay beaches, Honey Buckets, and several entrances to the naked hangout.

Creep Factor: Looky-loos are inevitable, but earnest swimmers far outnumber the creeps.

Nudity chillness: Clothed and bare folks alike mingle at Collins Beach. All sizes and shapes abound. You might encounter some hipster hotties; how self-conscious that makes you is between you and your therapist.

Overall: 2 nutsacks: There seems to be a little something for everyone at Collins Beach. Some sections of the beach draw queer crowds and families. Other sandy knolls attract picnicking hipsters.

Pros: Close proximity to you-pick blueberries!

Cons: Again, some not-so-discreet river boning.

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