Rock Lodge

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Clothes Free Movement - History of Social Nudity - The Spread of Philosophy and The Rise of Formal Communities - United States
... In 1932, AGA established the Rock Lodge Club as a nudist facility in Stockholm, New Jersey in the New Jersey Highlands, about 40 miles (64 km) from Manhattan, New York ... In 1942, the AGA moved from Rock Lodge to Newfoundland, New Jersey, but Rock Lodge continues to this day as a nudist facility ...
Kurt Barthel
... which shortly thereafter leased Rock Lodge Club in Stockholm, New Jersey ... The American Gymnosophical Associates had substantial foundation at Rock Lodge ... Rock Lodge Club continues to function as a member owned co-operative club ...
Rock Lodge Club - History
... at the Roebling Construction Company, bought the land that today is used by Rock Lodge nudist club ... is mentioned in deeds and early leases as a water supply for surrounding neighbors as well as for Rock Lodge ... as the proprietor of the American Gymnosophical Association, and nudism came to Rock Lodge ...
Rock Lodge Club
... Rock Lodge is a family-oriented nonprofit nudist club located on 145 acres (0.59 km2) of privately owned land in the New Jersey Highlands of Northern New ... Social nudism started at Rock Lodge in 1932 ... Currently, nonmember visits to Rock Lodge are arranged through an inquiry at the club website ...

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