City Paper staffer Mikala Jamison heads off to Camp Bonfire in Greeley, Pa., a summer camp for adults created by Philadelphia event and theater professionals Jacob Winterstein and Benjamin Camp. They see the weekend retreat as a way to recreate the great time they had as kid campmates. That means sleeping in a multi-bunk cabin, singing camp songs and participating in activities like archery, hiking and swimming, along with some modern-day updates like freestyle rap and stand-up paddleboarding, and grown-up fun like cocktails and forest foreplay. But it’s the sense of community and being in a place apart from the usual adult concerns that made a camp lover of our reporter. Read more at City Paper.
Dispatches from Camp Bonfire, a summer camp for adults