I would consider at least trying it. Very few places are actually mandated nudity, most are clothing optional. I am a nudist and the camp I go to is a clothing optional family campground. There are Kids of all ages there, several teens. They very seldom take their clothes off. Its a teen thing. But its also OK, because every single adult was once a teen.
My girlfriend (whom I met at that camp), has a daughter who presently is 15. My girlfriend never brought her to camp, and her daughter always made a big production about how gross it was, so she was left home. Well, they moved in with me last January. Because her daughter was so against it, I stopped running around the house naked, and was very careful. Last spring came and we again returned to camp (on the weekends), leaving her daughter home, with the neihbors keeping a watchful eye.
On the one hand, she always made a big deal about how gross it was, on the other, there seemed alot of resentment in her everytime we went. We offered to let her go, but she of course declined. We respected that, but under the condition that she conduct herself responcibly in our absense. Well, she kept getting into trouble. We tried to work around it, but everytime we lowered the "bar" for her, she just crossed the line one more time.
Finally, we had reached our breaking point and just made her go. Then horrors upon horrors, the worst thing possible happened. She loved it. She didn't go naked, but she made a few friends with the other teens.
Now up till that point in time, camp was only an every-other week thing for us. All of a sudden, I was getting pressed to go every weekend by guess who. The only manditory nudity at our camp, is in the pool, hot tub or sauna. After about 3 week ends, she decided it was time for her to go swimming.
The funniest part of this whole saga, in mid August, her mothers family had a reuinion, and they of course had a pool (They were all non-nudist). The daughter went swimming, but wore a swim suit... LOL.. She kept picking at it, because she didn't like it.
So you never know what you might like, or why. But its foolish not to try something because of what everyone else thinks. What if Christopher Columbus had accepted that the world was flat.