@PN: (Get ready for a possible tsunami from the 'morals' crowd citing this as another indication of America going to Hell.)
However, yes, there was a time when I think I would have been a participant at one of these 'clothes optional' beaches. This was even in the pre-sun screen days! I can only NOW imagine the possible burns I would have attained in sensitive places.
But, I was young then. Now, I've got hair growing in places I never had hair before, and hair not growing in places I have had all my life. Plus in the places it does grow, it is gray. Couple that with an out of shape aging body that could stand to lose 20-30 pounds and I am an instant carnival side show of a human that would no doubt frighten small children if that had the mis-fortune to view me in the buff.
Having essentially evolved into a dirty old man type mentally, I would, however, be content in visiting such a beach with say bathing trunks and a T-shirt covering some of the above mentioned body areas.
On the whole: I see nothing wrong with regulated nudity. Not really bothered by people getting naked.
At least we could see that they were not armed!
giving the size of tybee, i don't see a secluded place available. the only part that is is the north beach, but people live with in eye shot away. i see nothing wrong with it as long as it's in a place out of kids eye site.