Want to go back to the good ol’ days of making s’mores, sitting by bonfires, and diving into lakes?… Well, we’re here to tell you that you’re not too old for it just yet.
Camp was all about sitting under the stars, playing guitar by the bonfires, making friends, and spending summer in the best way possible. Do you have some free time this summer? Do you want to re-experience those awesome summers? Well, we have some great news for you, because the fun doesn’t have to stop now that you’re an adult. Here’s a list of summer camps that are for grown-ups only.
Camp No Counselors (Multiple U.S. Cities)
With dates in 11 cities in the U.S. and Canada, Camp No Counselors is first on the list because it’s the world’s biggest adult summer camp. You can spend for days reconnecting with your old pals while playing Capture The Flag, crafting friendship bracelets, and making your own tie-dye t-shirts. But what really tops it off, is that the package includes an open bar.
Weekend Of Women (Chicago)
Ladies, for only $590, this August you can choose-your-own-adventure at Weekend of Women summer camp. Every camper will be grouped up into “tribes” and activities include yoga, canoeing, fishing, and candle making, and you can also attend workshops on topics including confidence, social justice, and self-defense.
Arizona Biltmore (Phoenix)
Enjoy the summertime like you did as a kid at the summer block party at the Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. For $254 per couple per night, the package includes accommodations, meals, and access to the summer camp pool activities. Refresh yourself with some boozy snow cones at one of the resorts eight pools, shoot down a 92-foot water slide, and get in on a game of giant Jenga or croquet.
The Wild Rumpus (Gambier Island, British Columbia)
We all need to unwind and have some fun, and the Wild Rumpus adult summer camp can be exactly what we all need. For three nights, you can stay in mostly co-ed cabins on an island north of Vancouver and all you’ll need to bring is a good ol’ fashion sleeping bag and pillow. You’ll get spend your days on the zip line, high ropes course, throwing axes and more, with a different theme every evening including a DJ, dance floor, and an open bar. All of this for just $375 a package.
W Chicago City Center
I guarantee the one thing we all hated dealing with was mosquitoes. If that’s you, then the W Chicago City Center may be more your kind of camp. This hotel host a summer no-swim beach party every Saturday in July and the day pass that includes an open bar is only $60. It’s the cheapest option on the list, and they have everything you need: campfires, tents, adult coloring books, s’mores, cocktails, and even the crush-worthy “camp counselors” there to make sure it doesn’t get too rowdy.