Face mask tan lines anyone? You're not alone. If you’re planning on working on your summer glow this season but are dreading the inevitable uneven tan lines, worry not! If you don't consider yourself to be the shy type, then there are plenty of nude beaches in Florida to fix your damn tan lines at.

Funnily enough, Pasco County, just north of Tampa, is even the nudist capital of the U.S. Only in Florida, right? With Florida’s year-round sunshine and optional-clothing colonies, beaches, and resorts, there’s no excuse for uneven tan lines.

These beaches have the added benefit of being particularly remote, perfect for those looking to escape the summer tourist hordes. And with seclusion comes untouched beauty, and the beaches are definitely not lacking that department.

If you’re looking to really live it up, several resorts even offer optional-clothing pools to dive into, too. From the panhandle to the east coast, the Gul of Mexico, the options are as endless as summer sun itself!

You could totally make an entire road trip out of visiting these nudist beaches, and even out your tan, to boot! So, grab your towel and sunscreen and soak in the sunshine!

Playalinda Beach

Address: GPS coordinates 28.6450, -80.6834

Why You Need To Go: Playalinda is located within the gorgeous Canaveral National Seashore. Central Florida Naturists Inc. suggest getting there early because parking lots tent to fill up quickly.

Apollo Naturist Beach

Address: GPS coordinates 28.9368, -80.8302

Why You Need To Go: Also found on the Canaveral National Seashore, ten miles of pristine sands make for plenty of room to spread out at this clothing-optional beach.

Haulover Beach

Address: 10800 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL

Why You Need To Go: Not as remote as some of the others on this list, you’ll find this clothing-optional beach just north of Miami. It’s even one of the oldest officially designated public nude beaches.

Blind Creek Beach

Address: 5460 S Ocean Dr., Fort Pierce, FL

Why You Need To Go: You’ll be traveling to Florida’s Treasure Coast for this beauty, which became a naturist beach in 2014. This is truly a place for everyone. The Treasure Coast Naturists mission statement even says they promote body acceptance through clothing-optional beach recreation.

Cypress Cove

Address: 4425 Pleasant Hill Rd., Kissimmee, Florida, FL

Why You Need To Go: It’s all about relaxation and renewal at this nudist resort. With swimming and recreation areas, a residential community, and even dances, clothing-optional all the way here.

Paradise Lakes Resort

Address: 2001 Paradise Lake Blvd., Lutz, FL

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy six different pools, a hot tub, three bars, a nightclub, and plenty of other fun amenities at this completely clothing-optional Florida resort.