Cahill Policy Cancelled
No longer is it a safe haven for nude sunbathing, swimming, volleyball.
Blacks Beach in San Diego, California: when I visited was an easy-going nude (clothing optional) beach. The legal status of this beach is complicated regarding nudity. It has something to do with the Cahill Policy.
When I was visiting Blacks Beach in the Fall of 2007, men on hang gliders would drift down from the cliffs and disrobe completely;
then go for a walk along the miles of beautiful sand.
The visitors from out-of-town are cheerful. They will ask you to take photos of them with their camaras to have momentos of
a beautiful time at a magnificent beach.
Unfortunately, On Friday, October 23, 2009, “The California Supreme Court has left standing a Fourth District Court of Appeal ruling rejecting a challenge to the state’s policy preventing nude sunbathing at a beach in San Diego County.”
Thus there is no more Cahill Policy. And there will continue to be a crack-down. And no more nude sun bathing.
metnews.com/articles/2009/conf102309.htm This is the text of the actual State Supreme decision not to review the ruling that upheld the State Park’s decision to revoke the Cahill Policy.
naturistworld.blogspot.com/” -This link is to a terrific naturist blog and explains further the assault on the Cahill policy and how it endangers the naturist experience at all parks in the state of California.