Summer camp offers digital detox for adults
There is now a summer camp for adults who want to detox from the digital worldPhoto: Video by ktnv.com
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Many people are connected almost 24 hours a day to the digital world through their smartphones, Facebook and Twitter.
But for those who are looking for a digital detox, a new summer camp in California may be just the place to go.
The camp for adults has a couple of very specific rules. There is no technology and no talking about work.
The four-day long camps are being held this summer in Northern California.
The idea is to let people disconnect from the constant barrage of digital life and reconnect with themselves.
A lot of it is based on the Boy Scouts camps from the '70s.
Campers sleep in cabins, eat in a dining hall, and can participate in technology-free activities like archery, capture the flag, arts and crafts, pillow fights and yoga.
Prices start at $700 per person.
For more information about the camp, click here.