Those who pine for the good ol’ days of carefree summer fun need no longer lament: More camps are cropping up for the over-18 crowd. Livehappy.com listed 20 “best camps” last May

Those who pine for the good ol’ days of carefree summer fun need no longer lament: More camps are cropping up for the over-18 crowd. Livehappy.com listed 20 “best camps” last May; a few are:

— Camp Throwback in rural Ohio attempts to re-create the kid-camp experience with old-school games and activities, as well as adult beverages. campthrowback.com

— Camp No Counselors is offered in various U.S. cities and aims to free the inner child. campnocounselors.com

— Campowerment, for women only, has wellness and mindfulness workshops offered in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains or in Malibu, California. campowerment.com

— Camp Bonfire on Lake Owego in the Pocono Mountains is focused on connecting with nature via hiking, kayaking or finding a quiet place to write poetry. campbonfire.com

— Camp Kid Again in Aiken, South Carolina, might have an open bar, but the activities are all kid-like: relay races, tie-dye and archery, for example. campkidagain.com

— Camp Winnarainbow in Northern California focuses on circus arts, and adults can try a trapeze, pretend to be a clown, attempt juggling and more. campwinnarainbow.org

— Zombie Survival Camp in Central New Jersey is for “The Walking Dead” enthusiasts and not for the faint of heart. Crossbow, knife throwing, advanced first aid and other skills are taught. zombiesurvivalcamp.com

— Wine camp in Sonoma County, California, takes place during grape harvest season, and activities include grape picking, winery tours, winemaking lectures and demonstrations, and wine pairing with food. sonomagrapecamp.com

Like kids’ camps, there are just as many adult camps catering to specific interests like yoga, pottery or creative writing. Determine whether a general or theme camp is preferred and learn cost, itinerary and supply list ­— and read reviews from former adult campers. The ideal time to book an adult camp: When kids are away enjoying their own camp experience.