SCOOBY-DOO! CAMP SCARE (2010) Reviews and overview

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Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare is a 2010 animated feature film.

Scooby-Doo and the gang travel to Camp Little Moose, Fred’s old summer camp, to vacation and serve as camp counselors. But when they arrive they find the camp empty, save for Burt, the head counselor, and the local Forest Ranger, Ranger Knudsen.

They discover that one of the camp’s old legends, the Woodsman, has come to life and scared the kids away. Ranger Knudsen suggests Burt close the camp before leaving. Burt is about to heed the Ranger’s advice when three kids, Luke, Trudy, and Deacon, arrive at the camp. Fred convinces Burt to keep the camp open until the Mystery Inc. gang discover what’s going on.

But the gang and the kids are soon attacked by the Woodsman. The next day, everyone decides to spend the day at Big Moose Lake, home of the rich and modern Big Moose camp. The gang is enjoying their time at the lake until they are attacked by the Fishman, another camp legend come to life. During the chase, Scooby-Doo discovers a building at the bottom of Big Moose Lake. Everyone is now very scared…

Voice cast and characters:

  • Frank Welker as Fred and Scooby-Doo
  • Matthew Lillard as Shaggy
  • Mindy Cohn as Velma
  • Grey DeLisle as Daphne
  • Scott Menville as Luke
  • Tara Strong as Trudy
  • Stephen Root as Burt
  • Lauren Tom as Jessica
  • Mark Hamill as Deacon/Babyface Boretti, and Store Owner
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Ranger Knudsen, Woodsman, Fishman, and Spectre


“Camp Scare is a fun Scooby-Doo adventure. The mystery is simple and easy to follow as one clue leads to another. As with most Scooby-Doo mysteries, part of the fun is deciphering who is behind the mask and what they are after.”  Animated Views

“One thing I noticed with the Scooby-Doo films is the idea of a slight security for the viewer. That everything is going to be ok in the end, with the child in me knowing it and despite that you enjoy it with its Holmes-ish approach. The mystery is quite easy for this one and I opted not to use my mind for such. I just enjoyed the film.” Pinoy Film Zealot