By Dawn Muench-Pace. You should also put back on your shirt before exiting the beach back onto public boardwalks or into restaurants and stores as most places have a zero-tolerance policy for nudity of any kind. You can always ask the hotel about their policy. Being nude in Florida is not technically legal, except in designated nude areas. The official Florida state ruling on nudity in public places comes from State Statute What this means for the average hopeful nude beachgoer is that nudity in and of itself is not a violation of this statute—only vulgar, sexual acts are prohibited. The many cases that have been brought before the Florida Supreme Court and its lower courts have determined that nudity alone is not lewd, lascivious, or indecent exposure.
Topless and Nude Beaches in Miami
Beach and balls, Nude on the Beach, Miami, FL.
There is only one, official, legal, clothing-optional beach in the state of Florida, and this is it. The pristine white beach is among the best in South Florida, but only part of the mile-and-a-half stretch is set aside for those who prefer to sunbathe unclothed. That area, at the north part of the beach, is clearly marked to prevent people from being surprised by their neighbor on the sand disrobing. The entire beach is protected by lifeguards, and it also offers a host of amenities including various shaded picnic facilities, beautifully landscaped sand dunes, and concession stands. The beach is ideal for surfing as well as swimming. When people think of Miami Beach, this is the beach that comes to mind. Located in the heart of South Beach nightlife, hotels, and clubs, this not an official clothing optional beach.
Video of Naked Woman Dancing in Miami Beach Causing a Stir
Video posted on the World Star Hip Hop website is causing a stir. A woman is seen taking her clothes off in the middle of the day at the Johnny Rockets in the block of Ocean Drive. After a provocative dance, the woman ends up nude on a table where she is covered in water and ketchup before a restaurant worker breaks it all up and tells the woman she needs to leave.
I understand that all of South Beach allows topless sunbathing. But I'm curious if there is a particular section of South Beach where it is more prominent? We are also looking for a good hotel that isn't very kid friendly. We're thinking the Surfcomber or Shore Club