A mockumentary following the lives of six camp counselors as they adapt to working at sleep away camp.
Two young girls from different sides of the tracks compete to see who will be first to lose their virginity while at camp.
In 1986, counsellors at Camp Trustfall are preparing for the new summer. It's all fun and games until one of the new counsellors goes missing. Now, an evil lurks in the darkness. Is it the camp legend come to life or does someone else have an axe to grind?
After a bully learns of his father's abused past and one special summer camp, he sets out to make his father's 30-year camp reunion unforgettable.
In this summer camp horror-comedy, a young teen pursues a mean girl and discovers a secret about the lake.
Sarah and Lizzie live for their summers at Blackhawk Farm. This summer, Lizzie will be a counselor, while Sarah is a C.I.T.; this creates some tension. Everything changes when Sarah is told a secret that will change Lizzie's life forever.
The second chapter in the Refrain Blue series focuses on Nao Morisawa and the events that happened at the summer camp last year, with her and Yoshihiro Matsunaga both unable to let go of feelings of the past.
Although tens of thousands of young Americans struggle with obesity on a daily basis -only the fortunate few go to weight loss camp for the summer to learn how to live a healthy life. However, "fat camp" is hardly a restrictive prison. Teenage angst is just as much the rule of the day as maintaining a proper diet. MTV News & Docs followed five teens to fat camp for a day-by-day look at their struggle to turn their lives around and found that for these overweight campers - finding love, rebelling against authority, or just trying to fit in can be all-consuming obsessions.
After the plague kills everyone they know, seven camp counselors quarantined themselves at the Quaker camp where they've spent every summer of their lives. Three months later, their sanity hangs by a thread. When something happens to upset the balance they've spent months establishing, they question their religious beliefs, their friendships and trust in each other, and whether there's anything else out there...waiting in the woods.
A documentary about youth politicians changes radically on July 22nd 2011, when a right-wing extremist murders 69 people at a summer camp run by the Workers Youth Party.
The first chapter of the Refrain Blue series, tells about the recollection of Yoshihiro's past about various events of summer school, of the fate where encounter and separation are interwoven with each other, as Yoshiro and Matsunaga will pass the Toyo Gakuen and will arrive at summer school at seashore. A mysterious girl smiles as she watches Yoshiro who stands still at the seashore dusk.
Courtney decides to go to Camp Caprice for the summer along with Ginger and her friends. Will the spoiled rich girl get used to roughing it or ruin Ginger's chances with a boy named Sasha she meets there? Meanwhile, Carl and Hoodsey plot to stay at home during the summer to catch a dog thief by starting a vampire dog cleaning service while Darren and Miranda are sent to a military camp.
In the last chapter of the Refrain Blue series, the bond between Yoshihiro Matsunaga and Nao Morisawa grows stronger, while Yoshihiro finally finds out the identify of the mysterious girl from the first chapter.
"Howdy" Nelson believes there is no such think as real love and that romance can be cooked up between any eligible persons (of the opposite sex.) He is so imbued with the idea that he has established a summer camp for that reason,and has written a play on the subject. The Yacht Club Boys visit the camp, misrepresenting themselves as Broadway producers, and the talented guest of the camp put on Nelson's play...which all ends up with a lot of marriage mating; Judy and Skipper, Betty Jane and Stanley and...Gwen and "Howdy,' the guy who was positive there was no such thing as true love.
Summer fun is on the run when a group of counselors return to open the long-abandoned Camp Eaglewalk, only to unleash the fury of a vengeful Sasquatch whose sacred totem pole was desecrated a decade before. What follows is a 24-hour nightmare of terror as one by one, the counselors are slaughtered by the rampaging beast. Now, the sole survivor must make a desperate last stand, or die running.
Undisturbed for over 20 years, this remote forested island in the Pacific Northwest is visited by a group of campers on horseback. The camp tranquility is broken by violence and terror.
Sixteen-year-old Ryan Delaney has won a scholarship, but it's not a full one, so he needs a summer job to pay for his university expenses. And although he's not eighteen, he can't swim, and has never been to camp, he manages to get a job as a camp couselor. But his mother makes him take his younger brother, Sullivan, with him to camp, since she can't look after him while she's working. But camp turns out to be harder than both Ryan and Sullivan thought it would be; and as they fight their battles, they learn about each other, themselves, and what they can do together.