Maybe a lot of us never got to go to as a kid or we’re just in need of a digital detox, but the popularity of summer camps for adults is on the rise and nostalgia reigns as they continue to sell out summer after summer.
With three locations in beautiful British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario’s Parry Sound, Camp Yoga lets adults enjoy three days and two nights of yoga plus all the summer camp favorites, like Arts & Crafts. But not too worry, the resemblance to a kid’s camp ends there. This camp has wine.
In Ontario, Two Islands Weekend casts a wide net, with an emphasis on Eat, Drink, Play. Food is just as important as the daily activities, which range from Beyoncé Dance Classes, to Acro Yoga, to Piñata Making. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of classic activites to sign up for like kayaking and archery. There’s a reason Eat comes first in Two Islands’ motto, as meals are prepared by some of Southern Ontario’s best chefs. The camp strikes a nice balance between relaxation, physical activity and enjoying the abundance of Ontario’s beard basket.
Popular in major US cities, Camp No Counselors has a Toronto chapter. Located in Muskoka, a popular getaway destination for Torontonians, the camp offers a whole roster of activities to keep you active all day long. Push yourself on the ropes course or take part in a group challenge with some softball or sailing.
While we know you’ll love all the physical activity, there’s enough time for relaxation with any of these fun summer retreats right at your back door.