Lake in Prague
I visited a fantastic nudist park in Prague last year, in July and August.
The park is in the middle of a forest on the outskirt of Prague roughly 10 -20 km away from the city centre. The park is in Haje, the lake is in the hostivar area, roughly about 30-minute walk from Haje train station.
To get to it you need to turn left outside the train station, then follow the road until you get to a round-about. Once at the roundabout, you will see a coach park. At the entrance to the coach park, look straight across and you will see two dirt tracks. Take the track on the right-hand side, this track takes you to the nudist park. It will take you about 20-30 minutes, till you reach the park.
There may be a small entrance fee, although I used the other dirt track to get to the nudist park, which is the longer route, through a family adventure park, which I paid a small entrance fee to get into.
Then after walking through the park, you come out of the adventure park. You will see a track that has a signpost which says the nudist plaza ahead. Follow that path, which joins up to the other dirt track and the entrance to the nudist park is through a small gateway.
The area is a large grass area leading down to the lake. There are two main open-air cafes there serving beer and cheap burgers or other small hot snacks, plus fresh salads, gents/ladies toilets, and open-air showers available. The toilets are basic, especially the gents, which need a little TLC, otherwise ok.
This park is a bit of a hike, but only 5 or 6 stops away from Prague city centre. I think it`s great, the lake is fantastic and you can swim in it if you wish, as it gets pretty hot there in the summer, reaching 25 -35c, so a nice splash in the lake is good, after some netball
is a good idea.
Highly worth the long walk to get there...give it a go ..all the best