So skinning dipping was something we may have all done when we were younger, but it is something that I personally as I get older will not be doing unless I was absolutely certain I was the only one around.

I have nothing against it and have nothing against nudest camps, communities, or beaches as long I am aware of it.  For me, I would be too shy to participate in anything like that.  I mean the human body is nothing to be ashamed of, after all, God gave it to us.

Get our free mobile app

Beware Of Bears

Well, check it out, If you show off your birthday suit here keep in mind this place has many bears around, yep you heard right. So according to mlive.com Michigan has a place ranked as one of the top skinny dipping places in the entire world. BUT,  anyone who attempts this has to at their own risk, yep, it’s not legal.

MyDatingAdviser.com ranks Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula No. 31 out of the 100 top worldwide skinny dipping spots. In the U.S., this Michigan location is ranked No. 3.

 

Could this be part of your next vacation?  It is in the western U.P. and known as "The Porkies". It's is also Michigan’s largest state park with and has more than 60,000 acres, with a hundred miles of trails, as well as 23 miles of Lake Superior shoreline.

What Could Happen If You Visit

Cool place to visit even with your clothes on, lol. If you choose to visit without any clothes and you are caught for indecent exposure, it's a misdemeanor that is punishable by up to one year in jail and/or a fine of up to $1,000. Plus to boot, It’s an illegal act on land owned by the Michigan DNR.  But yet some folks risk it, so put your cell phones away. (Wink)

15 Michigan Towns Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

It's hard to choose because there are so many amazing Michigan towns to visit, but here's a list of 15 random ones to get you started!

UP NEXT: 12 Things You Probably Didn't Know About the Great Lakes

MORE: 7 Things That Annoy People From Small Town Michigan