Sun’s out, buns out! If you really want to feel wild n’ free this summer, you should check out some of the official and unofficial nude beaches in Ontario.

Whether you’re looking to stay in the city or are up for a little road trip, these clothing-optional beaches are all over the map. So go ahead and ditch your bathing suit, but not your sunscreen — we don’t want you burning in all the wrong places.

Here are the best nude beaches in Ontario to have yourself a cheeky summer.

Port Burwell Provincial Park – Private Beach

There’s plenty of sandy shoreline to enjoy at this gorgeous provincial park on Lake Erie, but you’ll find the clothing-optional portion on the western end, where the park ends and the privately-owned land begins. Walking distance is about 15 minutes west of parking lot 5, according to Cottage Life.

This little spot has been called one of Ontario’s best secret spots for sunbathing and swimming in the nude, as long as visitors keep things PG and leave the beach exactly as they found it.

Where: 9 Wilson Ln, Port Burwell (west of the park)

Hanlan’s Point

Most locals know about the famous clothing-optional beach on the Toronto Islands. The City designated it as such back in 2002 and it continues to be a popular spot for nude and clothed swimmers alike every summer. If you enjoy the occasional skinny dip, or simply forgot your bathing suit, you can let it all hang out here.

Where: Hanlan’s Point Beach, Lakeshore Ave, Toronto

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Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

You’ll find this unique spot just off of Highway 404 between Toronto and cottage country. You can wander through a vast landscape of forests, ponds, streams, and lakes, all in the nude. The resort also hosts events like beach volleyball tournaments and standup comedy shows.

Where: 20237 Kennedy Rd, Gwillimbury

Beechgrove Beach

Apparently, you’ll find this unofficial clothing-optional beach right on the outskirts of the Scarborough Bluffs at East Point Park. Cottage Life says it’s about 100 metres east of the parking lot at the foot of Beechgrove Dr, but you may want to continue further before you strip down.

You’ll also want to keep your shoes on to protect your feet from broken glass or anything sharp that may be on the ground.

Where: 101 Copperfield Rd, Scarborough (east of Beechgrove Dr)

There you have it, friends! Now that you know where to go, all that’s left to do is to pick a spot and get your birthday suit on.