Here's An Inside Look On Bravo's New Show 'Camp Getaway' | Celebrity Page

Camp Getaway is not your average camp...it's a summer camp for adults who want to cut loose and have some fun!


In a new series, Bravo documents the rowdy lives of eight counselors at Camp Getaway located in Kent, CT.

Camp owner and director David Schreiber tells us about about the famous campground:

"Camp Getaway is a pretty unique place. We have a group of staff members of who we call social coordinators and these social coordinators are professionals throughout Monday - Friday."

These social coordinators are lawyers, doctors, and business owners during the week. Once the weekend hits, they help Schreiber in running the camp.

Counselor Neely Fortune shares what audiences can expect from the series:

"It ranges from everything from some camp romances to obviously some disagreements. We're all living together in a cabin and working together and playing together and we've really become almost like a family and when you're working and socializing that close with other people, obviously you know issues pop up and drama ensues."

Does anyone get fired? Counselor Glen North spills the details:

"That is definitely something you'll have to see the show for! Not always fun and games."

Tune in on Mondays only on Bravo or catch up now at Bravo.com!

Your First Look at Camp Getaway | "It's Like the Opposite of Adulting" | Premiere April 6 @ 10/9c www.youtube.com

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