Adults Can Have Fun Too: 5 Affordable Summer Camps For Grownups
A growing number of programs across the country now cater to adults, offering a wide range of activities from baking or backpacking to laser etching or foreign languages. Here’s a look at several options.
Dates: July 19-22, 2012
Cost: $695 includes meals, double lodging in 4 bedroom cabins, and a goodie bag
This four-day retreat amidst scenic tree-lined trails features classes on watercolor painting, yoga, and meditation. Campers (mostly professional women in their twenties and thirties) enjoy hikes and bike rides, organic vegetarian food, and evening campfires.
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This is the first year for the camp, though its founder Kimberly Wilson has hosted yoga retreats all over the world. “I was inspired to launch Tranquility Summer Camp as a way for women to reconnect with childhood joys over smore’s, crafts, and outside adventures catered to nurturing their spirit,” Wilson says.