So you never really grew up and miss your summertimes of launching yourself into a lake from a rope swing, learning life skills like how to whittle, and making popsicle stick crafts for your mom. Well, there's a camp for that. Revisit your yesteryears with these awesome summer camp getaways for adults.

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Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, NJ

Decompress for a weekend at this idyllic countryside craft center retreat. Lodge in a rustic farmhouse in a beautiful forest, and wake up every day with a new craft to explore. Learn crocheting, ceramics, jewelry making, woodworking and much more!

Camp Denali, Denali, AK

A perfect destination for active travelers looking for learning adventures and hiking vacations. Based in Denali National Park, Camp Denali offers a rich landscape and scenery as a backdrop to a wide range of activities, including guided wildlife tours. Stay at the beautiful North Face Lodge to recharge for the next day's adventure.

Ace Camps, Worldwide

Ace Camps offers a unique experience to explore different cultures in different cities around the world. Improve your skills with specialized instruction in creative interests such as photography, cooking, and writing with retreats, workshops, and journeys with expert instructors. Accommodations range from a private chateau in the French countryside to a beautifully situated Swedish mansion on the banks of a lake near Katrineholm.

Camp Wandawega, Elkhorn, WI

Two words: camp counselors. They will be more than thrilled to show you around this childhood day camp/grown-up getaway hybrid in Wisconsin to take on archery, fishing, swimming in the lake, or any number of the numerous outdoor activities offered here. This campground offers designer cabins as well as good old-fashioned canvas tents.

Camp Grounded, Anderson Valley, CA

Ditch all your gadgets! The whole point of heading to Camp Grounded is to enjoy a tech-free retreat. Who needs Wi-Fi when you have writing sessions, sing-a-longs, storytelling around a campfire, and talent shows for entertainment. Sleep in open air cabins or bring your own tent. Sneaking out at night is encouraged!