As much as we'd like to think differently, summer camp is not best experienced on the Web. These links will get you started, but we are confident that you will find your perfect camp with minimal effort from Google.

Need a break? Ship the kids away to summer camp! Try the American Camping Association's Web site for listings of over 2,300 accredited camps.

Or, treat yourself to summer camp! This site offers a wide range of different camps for adults. There's even a subheading for Business camp, where short spreadsheeting and "Who took the batteries from my calculator?" are popular camper pranks.

Inspired to go back to camp, but want to make some cash? Check out which has a comprehensive listing of summer camp jobs.

Zion Farms in Georgia offers horseback riding getaways for adults. But, if you're more into indulging your leisure side, check out their Wine, Food and Golf Weekend.

Turn your little angel into a Riot Grrl! Portland, Oregon, is the location for this rock and roll camp for girls, where they learn not only their instruments, but leadership skills as well.

Fuel for your tennis obsession: L. John Wertheim writes the Tennis Mailbag column for Sports Illustrated's online edition. Get in on the spirited conversation about the court sport.

And, finally, we know that you can't get enough of our favorite hairy beasts, Sasquatch and Armande Assante. Let us know if you see either one in the wild.

Thank you... and goodnight!



Our Readers' Summer Camp Memories :: My Little Darling :: Summer Camp Fashion Spread :: Photo Essay: The Pines :: Who Says You Can Never Go Back To Camp? Q&A With Author Seth Davis :: Horsing Around in Brooklyn :: Confessions of A 30-Year-Old Camp Counselor :: Tennis Camp, Anyone?

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