Media coverage from John Kundert's time as Naturist Legacy's
It has happened to clubs like ours before, and we should
have seen it coming: a decades-old nudist club that didn't own our land.
In early 2010, the worst happened. The owners of the campground where we'd
been for 40 years unexpectedly took it textile...and we were suddenly homeless.
This severe loss tested our club as never before, but we didn't let it
destroy us. We devised an innovative recovery plan and immediately launched
a land search that resulted in the purchase of new
property just a few months later. Since then, we've literally had boots
on the ground each and every day that the weather would allow us to work.
Only the onset of the deep winter snow keeps us off the new land. We start
up again where we left off each spring and are back into club "uniform"
just as soon as the weather and temperatures will allow.... One often hears
about cars that go from zero to sixty in just a few seconds. Well, Naturist
Legacy has gone from absolutely nothing to an operational nudist park in
just two years. How did the small club do it? Well, it took lots of "outside
the box" thinking (we believe our distinctive business model is somewhat
rare in the nudist world). It took lots of internal member funding (we
owe money only to ourselves, with not one thin dime owed to any external
bank or lender). And it took the enormously hard work of talented and highly
motivated members (almost every bit of physical work has been ours). The
club essentially had to do this all alone, with almost no outside help.
Naturist Legacy members are one relentlessly determined group of social
nudists. We look upon what we've been able to accomplish over the past
two years with great pride and satisfaction.