I used to work as the Recreation Director of a nudist resort long ago. I look back on those days fondly. I've never identified myself as a nudist per say, but I really enjoyed my time there. Nudists are great people. And they definitely know how to have a good time. The resort I worked at was a family friendly enviornment. That basically means they kept all the freakiness to themselves. When I applied for the job, I had no idea it was a nudist resort. I just though I was applying for a "camp counselor" position. When I figured out that it was a nudist resort, it didn't really phase me. It took me about a month to dive in and get naked in public, but once I did, I found it very liberating. I haven't been to one in years, but I would have no problem doing it again.
Oddly enough, the first thing you notice about someone at a nudist resort is their eyes.