I have always been down with summer camp. My days at Camp Cosby in Alabama were good ole fashion fun. I always went for the BEST two weeks of summer. Most of friends from Atlanta, GA would go the same two weeks and we had a ball while our parents had two weeks straight of one on one time and the longest date night ever. Simply stated Camp Cosby was a staple of my childhood and loved it. That is where I learned to ride horse and dirt bikes, how to shoot a riffle and water ski summer after summer after summer. It was a nice break from the city and where my true country girl at heart bloomed repeatedly.

Photo Credit | Camp Cosby Website
Photo Credit | Camp Cosby Website

So imagine my excited when I ran across We Work Summer Camp 2016. The camp is for 21 years an older Friday, August 19th through Sunday, August 21st. It is not a week but then we are adults now and cannot escape that long. According to their website…


What is WeWork?
WeWork is the platform for creators. We provide beautiful workspace, an inspiring community, and meaningful business services to tens of thousands of members around the world. From startups and freelancers to small businesses and large corporations, our community is united by a desire to create meaningful work and lead meaningful lives—to be a part of something greater than ourselves. Together we can accomplish much more than we ever could alone. Learn more about our community here.

What is Summer Camp?
Summer Camp is an all-inclusive weekend getaway where WeWork members from around the globe come together to connect, learn, and revel in the outdoors. It’s an opportunity for both individuals and companies to take a break from the hustle and draw inspiration from new experiences.
As a camper, you can attend group fitness classes, sports games, networking activities and workshops, classic camp activities like archery and canoeing, amazing musical performances, and an open bar all weekend.

What does a typical day at camp look like?
After breakfast, the sky’s the limit. Take a daybreak yoga class, meet new people at a networking activity, join a softball game, test your balance on a stand-up paddle board, or relax on the beach before the sun goes down.

What happens after dinner?
You’re instantly transported to a festival-style concert on the lawn, where you and your friends can dance and party all night. If dancing isn’t your thing, our movie theater will be playing summer classics after dark.

So I am probably in. Please visit their website for more details and tell me what you think

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