Kiplinger - August 29, 2003
Fulfill Your Dream at Camp
By Erin Burt
So-called "fantasy camps" have something for everyone, whether you long for the serenity of a quiet artist retreat or crave the adrenaline rush of screaming down an Alpine luge course.
To spark your inspiration, we've compiled a sampling among four basic types of fantasy vacations:
You can also browse ideas at GrownUpCamps.com, Shaw Guides and Specialty Travel. And be sure to pick up the October issue of Kiplinger's Personal Finance to read the details of our first-hand experiences driving a racecar, cooking Italian cuisine, fiddling Scottish style and fishing on a New England river.