I know what you're thinking, summer camps for adults? A bit weird. But don't judge a book by it's cover. A place with no kids in sight where story hour is replaced with happy hour and sing alongs are replaced with boathouse dance parties, adult summer camps are the perfect opportunity to relive your childhood days and spend a little time enjoying the outdoor activities you used to love so much. From archery and ziplining, to color wars and cabin olympics, it's time to inject some youth back into those bones.
This 300+ acre weekend summer camp for adults is based in Kent, CT, just 90 miles from NYC. The camp provides the perfect opportunity to try activities like flyboarding and hot air ballooning, zorbing and trapeze for beginners. It’s a place where you can climb to new heights on a treetop aerial park or sit back and relax by the lake with a drink in hand. Enjoy three deliciously filling meals each day and cap off each night with happy hours, live bands and late night campfires. Club Getaway also offers transportation from New York City and all-inclusive beverage packages for an additional charge. Some of their most popular times to book include Camp Out Weekend between July 14th and 16th and Young Professionals Weekend between July 21st and 23rd. The cost is around $425-$605 per person for an all-inclusive weekend in a quad cabin.
US: Boston, New York, Florida, Nashville, Austin, Denver, San Antonio, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Madison, Michigan. Canada: Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver.
Partnering with summer camps across America, Camp No Counsellors is a jam-packed weekend for adults only. With locations across the US and Canada, you can unwind and make new friends with activities like yoga, kickball, kayaking, flag football, arts and crafts, and even apple bobbing, as well as enjoying nightly themed activities, an open bar and cooked meals. The cost is around $525-599 per person for the whole weekend.
Located just under three hours from Philadelphia and NYC, relax and unwind at Lake Owego where you will enjoy endless outdoor activities like capture the flag, fire building, lake swimming and trail running. You will also have the chance to enjoy the arts and crafts activities you enjoyed so much as a kid, like making friendship bracelets, cooking, talent shows and sing-alongs. With one weekend choice left to stay between September 8th and 10th, you'd better book fast. Meals and snacks are provided as well as drinks in the evenings. Cabins sleep 10 and you have the choice to sleep in an all female, all male or gender neutral bunks. The cost is around $399-$499 per person all-inclusive for the weekend.
Gambier Island, BC.
Located on a private beach off the coast of Vancouver, guests can take to Gambier Island for the weekend of September 1st through September 4th. Accommodations include bunking with between eight and 12 other campers which are usually co-ed and three meals with dessert, snacks and adult beverages which are provided in the evenings. Activities include beach volleyball, fishing, hiking, swimming, archery and arts and crafts. The cost is $535 per person for the weekend.
Located in Rocky Mountain Village in Empire, CO, Camp Play Mile High takes place between August 11th and 13th. Activities include making smores, cookouts, basketball, volleyball, hiking trails, a full day of color war activities on the Saturday, and a glow stick dance party. Lodging includes gender neutral cabins which each sleep 15. The cost is $300 per person for the weekend including food and beer. Alcohol is BYOB and must be brought in a cooler.