When: October 5th – 8th

Where: Lake Hughes, CA

Details: When most people think of camp as a kid, we immediately think of those awkward moments of not knowing which group to sit with, who would be your friend, and hopefully not embarrassing yourself.

However, camp was always known for meeting new and interesting people, building a once in a lifetime friendship and really pushing you outside of your comfort zone. Although, as LGBTQ+ individuals it could also be a terrifying time where we were still discovering our identity as well as dealing with those young teen hormones.

Camp No Counselors is reshaping the summer camp experience for the LGBTQ+ community. Be your true self in an open-minded and fun-loving environment that unites a bunch of beautiful humans through play. Each day you’ll choose between classic camp activities such as sports, games, and creative activities that appeal to you. Ropes Course, Zip Line, Pool, Archery, Dodgeball, Kickball, and Arts N’ Crafts will fill your days, followed by dance parties, themed costume contests, lip sync competitions, and s’mores around the campfire at night. Prepare to let loose and indulge in a weekend free of work, stress, and newsfeed posts. This 3 or 4-day gathers a bunch of beautiful humans for a weekend full of love, fun, acceptance, and glitter… lots of glitter.

Their Los Angeles camp location is a short 1.5hr drive outside of LA. The next camp for the LA area is taking place on October 5-8, 2018 (Columbus Day Weekend), lodging included in registration. Cost of a 3-day (2 night) package starts at $450, or you can upgrade to 4-days (3 nights) which includes an Opening Night Pool Party.

There is a full open bar during breakfast, lunch, dinner, happy hour, and evening events as well as, healthy food served 3 times per day plus snacks and s’mores.

If you would like to register for Camp you can click here for registration details.

For more info on what Camp No Counselors is all about, check out their website www.campnocounselors.com/lgbtq-friends-camp.

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