Best Summer Camps for Adults

Why should kids have all the fun? For a playful retreat this summer, check out these camps for grown-ups across the US.

Dude Ranch Camp

Six times a year, from May through September, Black Mountain Ranch – located high in the Rockies near McCoy, Colorado – offers week-long adult-only experiences including horseback rides, whitewater rafting, shooting, fishing, and more.

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Meat Camp

Held at Belcampo Farms in Gazelle, Northern California, Meat Camp teaches sustainable farming practices, butchery fundamentals, grilling skills, and more, There are two weekends available, both in September, for the all-inclusive luxury glamping and farm-to-table dining experience.

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Surf Camp

This adult-only version of the renowned Endless Summer surf camp near San Clemente, California, includes five nights of camping accommodation, meals, surf instruction, and gear. All levels of experience are welcome, with sessions in May, August, and September.

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Space Academy

This weekend experience, in Huntsville, Alabama, teaches what it takes to be an astronaut, including engineering skills and team-building exercises. The adult-only version of this famous camp takes place in June, July, August, and September.

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Camp No Counselors

For a messier throwback experience, the motto of this camp, seen on ABC’s Shark Tank, is “play like a kid, and party like a grown-up.” The all-inclusive weekend combines our favorite aspects of childhood summer camp fun, from art to archery, with the best bits of being an adult, like, erm, booze. This summer they have two camps near New York, in Equinunk, Pennsylvania, and one in Los Angeles.

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Pete began his career on Fleet Street more than two decades ago, and has worked for some of the world’s biggest news, entertainment, and wellness companies as a writer, editor, and media executive. He co-founded Mr Feelgood to help demystify the world of personal development, and to encourage men to discuss and improve their mental health, by sharing the wisdom and lessons learned of inspiring artists and leaders.

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