This was our first experience at a clothing optional resort. Not sure at first if we would stay but the room was very inexpensive when you consider the cost to spend a day here. Staff was very friendly, we decided to try the hot tub there were 5 other couples in the tub all were very friendly, I liked being able to go out side with nothing on felt so good. Next morning was a little cool but we went for a walk around met an older lady and she invited us to walk with them the next day. Unfortunately the weather was going to turn bad for the next 3 days so we had to leave. Yes i was very disappointed but what are you going to do. This was one of the best experiences i have had, looking forward to going back.
AANR member. Took a day trip on Sunday to Tucson to check out this resort. It is a beautiful property, well maintained and landscaped. Near saguaro national park, shopping & restaurants but you would never know the way it’s nestled in the hills and valleys of the desert. The staff was friendly and so were the guests. Pickle ball was going on in the morning when I first arrived and water volley ball in the afternoon. Friendly players and beginners like me were welcomed.
This is such a beautiful clothing free resort. The history of the site makes it even more interesting. Staff is friendly and helpful. Pool area is expansive and clean. Regular guests are inviting and open to new people. Rooms are clean and well appointed. Resort layout and grounds are spectacular. Too much hyperbole? Perhaps. But it isn’t hyperbole if it’s true. If you prefer to vacation with no pants on, visit Mira Vista.
The weather is as warm as the hosts and guests. We had heard about Mira Vista for years but Arizona was never on our travel plans. Then Crooked Media was on tour in Phoenix so we had an excuse to at least go to Arizona. Despite the show being in Phoenix, we decided the 90-minute drive would be worth it to try out Mira Vista. It was well worth it. It by far is the nicest nudist resort in the US that hasn't gone lifestyle. The have a restaurant on property that is good, and evening activites as well. The are one if not only nudist resorts that is growing. The are consantily building new condos, and they are very nicely done. It was also the first place we were introduced to pickle ball. They have a competive leauge. We can't wait to go back.
My partner and I have spent many hours enjoying the atmosphere and the opportunity to be clothes-free. Located near our home in Tucson we visit several times a year. The cafe serves good food. There are three pools for your enjoyment - a regular swimming pool, a volley ball pool, and a warm sitting pool. In addition there is a covered hot tub. On the site are condos, some with live-in owners, some for rentals, and some for sale.