Not everyone had a great time at camp as a kid. The food might’ve been bad, the camp counsellors might’ve been mean, or maybe you just didn’t go at all.
Well now there’s a chance to remedy those campground nightmares, thanks to this new adult-only summer camp.
Camp No Counselors is coming to Calgary for the first time ever this June.
Think of it at a cross between an all-inclusive vacation, glamping, and what you always imagined a summer camp could be: with sports, arts and crafts, archery, and friendly competition.
Not to mention booze.
We’re talking open bar for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and then all night long. Which is great for the themed parties that come complete with DJs and live bands. Being 18+ definitely has some perks.
The Calgary camp will be located in Watervalley, roughly halfway between Calgary and Banff, and features a 160-acres of foothills, forests, and stunning scenery.
It also features one of Western Canada’s largest rope courses, as well as newly renovated lodges.
Would-be campers will arrive at the grounds for three days of playing, relaxing, and partying it up with fellow campers.
The camp runs from June 29 to July 2, and costs $700 per head—though if you sign up with a group of four or more, everyone gets $25 off. That includes food, booze, activities, and lodging. (Though the lodging is in bunkbeds, but you’re at summer camp, after all.)
When: Thursday, June 29 to Sunday, July 2
Where: Watervalley, Alberta
Registration: $675 (+$24.83 fee) – Available through Eventbrite.