Adult Summer Camps Let Grown-Ups Have Fun, Too

At AfroCamp, every swim is adult swim.

Jodi-Ann Burey never went to summer camp as a kid. In fact, she describes herself as so indoor-oriented that “I was the kid who’d be in the house, yelling outside, ‘Can you pass me a burger?’” when her family held a barbecue. But last summer Burey, a Seattle author and speaker, found herself at the one-day AfroCamp in Arlington, surrounded by dozens other adults dressed in colored T-shirts, riding a big swing together and then doing outdoor yoga while deer wandered across the meadow.

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