Nude, nekkid, clothing optional – call it what you will, but this adults-only spot on Lake Travis (formerly known as McGregor Park) has drawn people of the clothes-free persuasion since the '60s. It's not exactly a beach but more of a bit of shoreline defined by rocky outcroppings that are perfect for sunning your buns. It's the only clothing-optional public park in the state.

The good news (or bad, depending on how you look at it) is that the amount of scrambling required prevents all but the most dedicated from doing the 'stroll and stare.' Don't bring the kids – you must be 18 and over to enter the park. The park is extra-crowded on Splash Days, a gay and lesbian event that occurs on the first Sunday of May and September.

Cash or check only for the day pass. You can also find information at

From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take RR 620 south 1.3 miles to Comanche Trail; turn right and you'll find the entrance 2 miles ahead on the left.