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Camp may refer to:

Areas of confinement, imprisonment, or for execution[edit]

  • Extermination camp
  • Federal prison camp, one of seven minimum-security United States federal prison facilities
  • Internment camp, also called a detention camp, for imprisonment (of citizens or perceived terrorists) without conviction of any crime
  • Labor camp, usually associated with forced or penal labor as a form of punishment
  • Nazi concentration camp run by the SS in Nazi Germany and German-occupied Europe.
  • Prisoner-of-war camp
    • Parole camp, during the U.S. Civil war, where both sides guarded their own soldiers as prisoners of war
  • Subcamp, one or more outlying smaller concentration camps that came under the command of a main Nazi concentration camp.

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]



  • Camp (1965 film), a 1965 underground film directed by Andy Warhol
  • Camp (2003 film), a 2003 independent film written and directed by Todd Graff about an upstate New York performing arts summer camp



  • Camp (album), a 2011 album from rapper Childish Gambino
  • Camp Records, a 1960s record label that specialized in producing gay-themed novelty records and singles
  • "Camp", a song by Tired Lion from the 2017 album Dumb Days


Web series[edit]

  • Camp Camp, a 2016 American adult animated web series

Gatherings of people[edit]

  • Camp, a mining community
  • Camp, a term commonly used in the titles of technology-related unconferences
  • Camp meeting, a Christian gathering which originated in 19th-century America
  • Protest camp a base for protest or obstruction by physically blocking a site
  • Refugee camp or displaced persons camp, a temporary encampment of people who have had to leave their country due to war or other disasters

Military and athletics[edit]

Outdoor accommodation and recreation[edit]

  • Campsite or campground, a recreational outdoor sleeping and eating site
  • Camp, a temporary settlement for nomads
  • Camp, a term used in New England, Northern Ontario and New Brunswick to describe a cottage
  • Military camp
  • Summer camp, typically organized for groups of children or youth
  • Tent city, a housing facility often occupied by homeless people or protesters


Places and areas[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Camp (style), an ironic appreciation of that which might otherwise be considered outlandish or corny, or in British English, effeminate male homosexual mannerisms and speech
  • Camp Coffee, a concentrated coffee-flavoured syrup
  • T.H. Camp (shipwreck), a Lake Superior shipwreck off the coast of Wisconsin

See also[edit]