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New grown-up summer camp has co-ed cabins, Capture the Flag and all-inclusive food and booze

New grown-up summer camp has co-ed cabins, Capture the Flag and all-inclusive food and booze
(Image: Two Islands Weekend)

As a kid, summer camp meant outdoorsy fun and camaraderie, but also a diet of greyish meatloaves and other sloppy mess hall standards. This fall, Danielle Goldfinger, the creator of The Stop’s Night Market, is revolutionizing the sleep-away experience with Two Islands Weekend, an adults-only, two-day retreat at Camp Timberlane in Haliburton. For $350 all-in, campers will feast on meals prepared by top Toronto chefs, including Globe Bistro executive chef Daniel Sanders and Café Belong pastry chef Kristina Groeger. They’ll also sleep in co-ed cabins, participate in nostalgia-inducing (but fully optional) activities like Capture the Flag and have access to an all-you-can-drink bar serving beer, wine and spirits until 2 a.m., which should make for extra-spirited campfire sing-alongs. [Torontoist]

Two Islands Weekend, $350, Sept. 6–8, Camp Timberlane, www.twoislandsweekend.com/

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