On page 21 of a "summer camp" image search. From a June 2009 blog post on NJ.com.

Not sure what to think about this documentary after watching the above clip from YouTube, but I was competitive and testosterone-fueled enough without attending a camp even remotely like this as a kid. The film's website describes it this way: A character driven, personal documentary about winning and losing at...

This improvised summer camp rap originally aired on Whose Line Is It Anyway? on Aug. 12, 1998.

Ben Kimberly, Saturday Evening Post, June 24, 1961 What's cool is that many of these same items are still on the checklist for summer camp. Found HERE.

Announcements! Announcements! Announcements! A terrible death to die, A terrible death to die, A terrible death to talk to death, A terrible death to die.

Summer Camp Fashion is an online game on Girlsocool.com where you get to pick different outfits and accessories to wear at camp. I'm not a girl so I don't really get this at all. I also don't really see how this classifies as a "game."

There are no shortage of blog videos on YouTube. This one in particular has 1.5-million-plus views. Blobbing is something I never experienced at camp growing up and have yet to actually experience. In fact, my experience was so limited the first time I ever saw blobbing was in the movie...

This new film about summer camp opened last night in Toronto. Based on the trailer, it looks like it will be must-see viewing for nostalgic adults. I'm not so sure about younger audiences though given some of the language and content. But then again I'm not sure if it's possible...

This image is the first that popped up on Google Images when I typed in summer camp. It's from an April 2009 blog post on Sacramentoscoop.com about summer camps in the Sacramento, Cal., area. I think it's a pretty appropriate image, don't you?

A summer camp version of Clement Moore's classic "The Night Before Christmas," Natasha Wing and Mindy Pierce's 2007 children's book "The Night Before Summer Camp" sounds like it would be a good book to children experiencing butterflies on the eve of the first day of camp.

In Leslie Paris’ thoroughly researched and fascinating book on the rise of the American summer camp -Children’s Nature – she refers to the Golden Eaglet: The Story of a Girl Scout as the first of the “more polished and ambitious promotional camp films.” Ambitious, indeed. At just under 20 minutes, the film promotes...