What You'll Get
Summer camp provides lasting memories, adventures in the great outdoors, and the hard-earned ability to take instruction from an adult wearing shorts. Redefine authority with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $299 for an adult weekend summer camp for one (a $600 value)
- $499 for an adult weekend summer camp for two (a $1,200 value)<p>
Six buffet-style meals prepared by professional chefs fuel adults as they take part in arts and crafts, dance parties with live DJs, and nighttime pool parties. Instructors are also on hand for lessons in archery, trapeze, marksmanship, and friendship, and campers revel around a campfire at the end of each night. The two-night, Friday-to-Sunday trip takes place June 1–3 or September 21–23 in a cabin shared by up to eight adults, with an optional upgrade to an air-conditioned cabin for $50 more.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 25 or older. Extra $50 fee per person for air conditioned rooms. Valid only for 6/1/12–6/3/12 or 9/21/12–9/23/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Timber Ridge Camp & Resort
It was 1955 when Fred and Evelyn Greenberg finally realized their dream of founding an outdoor camp for children, choosing the sweeping vistas of the Shenandoah Mountains as its home. They started with three camps, gradually combining them into one—Timber Ridge Camp & Resort. Today, they maintain a staff of directors, activity specialists, and counselors brought from university outdoors programs across the country to supervise children through the camp’s 45 onsite activities and programs.
Camp staff leaves coed attendees ages 6–16 free to choose their own activities. Campers team up in land sports such as beach volleyball, soccer, and basketball on hardwood courts or rehearse for inclusive theatrical productions and highflying trapeze acts to earn roles as Batman’s sidekick. They also take on nature itself with water-based excursions ranging from canoeing and tubing to waterskiing on the Shenandoah River or cavort under the watchful eye of Red Cross–certified lifeguards at the outdoor pool. On other adventures, they study animals at the nature center and petting zoo or arm-wrestle gravity into submission on a high-ropes course with a 40-foot climbing tower and 150-foot zipline. Staffers keep campers fueled for daily physical activity with regular themed dinner nights, each with kosher alternatives.