I've headed north near the end of the summer the past two years for a week in the Maine woods at Camp Camp: A summer camp for GLBT adults.
I never had the opportunity (or sentence) of spending a week at summer camp - the closest I got was day camp through the local YMCA or churches. I was a kind of quiet, bookish, and therefore bullied, stick close to the walls kind of kid. Camp as a kid was akin to torture; and my parents were wise enough to recognize that it was not a good fit.
And yet, everything that happens at camp - sports, crafts, campfires, music, swimming, nature - are some of my favorite things.
Camp Camp's motto is "Best Time Ever!" - but a secondary one might be "It's never too late to have a happy childhood!"
If you are interested, follow the links. There are often opportunities to work off part of your fees - I teach yoga at camp, if you have a skill or craft that might be valuable at camp (or are simply willing to wash dishes!) it is surpisingly affordable.
And, if you are (or have, or know of) a younger person (8 - 15) dealing with the trans, try Camp Aranutiq