Skate With Directors Ben & Jake

Skate With Directors Ben & Jake


Hello Friends,

Winter, like organizing a summer camp for adults, can be long and a little lonely.  That’s why we’re excited to get out of the office and have some fun skating and relaxing next to the rink.

We’re hosting two skate dates:

  • One in Philadelphia, on Thursday February 16th
  • One in Brooklyn on Saturday, February 25th

We want to spend some time with you, person reading this blog, returning camper, alumni, Camp Bonfire staff member or friend of any of these people.

Additionally, we invite anyone who is interested in our sleep away camp for grown ups to join us. We’ll be excited to answer all of your questions.

If you’re not a fan of skating (to be honest, we’re pretty bad at it), don’t worry, both of our skate dates will have indoor seating areas with food and beverages for sale. We’re also bringing a little adult camp Arts & Crafts project to work on when you’re not skating, if you like.

We hope you’ll come skate with us, hangout by the rink with us and chat with us about our favorite thing, camp for grown-ass adults.

See you on the ice!

Jacob & Ben

Philadelphia Skate Date With Ben and Jake

When: Thursday, February 16th from 6pm-8:30pm.

Where: RiverRink at Penn’s Landing.

  • We’ll set up a table inside The Lodge

How Much: Skating Admission: $3, Skate Rentals $10, General Admission: Free (According to their website)

Philadelphia Facebook RSVP


Brooklyn Skate Date With Ben and Jake

When: Saturday, February 25th from 2pm-5pm.

Where: LeFrak Center at Lakeside, Prospect Park, Brooklyn.

  • Lakeside is located near the Lincoln Road and Parkside/Ocean Avenue entrances to the Park.
  • We’ll set up a table in the Bluestone Cafe

How Much:  Skating Admission: $9, Skate Rentals $6, General Admission: Free.  (According to their website)

Brooklyn Facebook RSVP



Camp-Bonfire-Adult-Summer-Camp-Hazelphoto-263Photo- Ben and Jake being the type of people you’d want to go skating with. Credit: Paul Gargagliano for Hazel Photo

Curious about what camp is like from a camper’s perspective? Check out this article in Jetsetter written by a reporter who was a camper at our adult summer camp.