Tucked in the rolling hills of Los Gatos, overlooking Silicon Valley, sits a 112-acre nudist resort that predates the tech boom that made the region one of the wealthiest in the world.
Lupin Lodge took over the forested site during the Great Depression after Prohibition shut down a winery. Today, guests flock to the clothing-optional resort to play water volleyball, hike in the buff among the redwoods and sequoias, practice yoga, participate in nude art workshops, and spend the night in glamping-style yurts.
Now, the lodge in the Santa Cruz Mountains is up for sale, with a $32.8 million dollar list price. Whoever purchases the property
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