The director of the camp, "Uncle" Brian, explains it's another neighboring Camp Hawkwood and invites the group to stay while contacting theirs. But everyone but Dave is troubled by how the campers act as though they know of nothing from less than before thirty years ago. Charlotte and Erin start to be warned by a camper named Drew about something before he is interrupted by a counselor, Will, and they're led back to camp. Russell hears Drew locked in a barn, but he's unresponsive when Will investigates, but only indirectly. And Will's lied to Erin and Charlotte about calling Ramos; Uncle Brian admits to Russell he severed the phone from the wall. The four eventually learn that this Camp Hawkwood is cursed by the Indians who lived on the spot years before, and it now exists one weekend a year as opposed to not at all. But if any of the original campers leave or further damage the trees or grounds, everyone there will all pay, and Drew is desperate to be free...
Did You Know?
The basketball is autographed by Joey Davola. Joe Davola
was a producer for "Don't Forget Me", "Scareful What You Wish For", "Tangled Web", "Fear Games", "Full Moon Halloween", and "My Name Is Evil" as well as "Camp Nowhere". See more
References Camp Nowhere