SYNOPSIS: Having once lived in the same house as young children, Caroline and Robby meet again at summer camp years later. Now 15-years-old, a relationship begins to build between the two old friends, but there are many obstacles getting in the way of their love. The other camp counselors disapprove of the love affair between Caroline and Robby and try everything to keep them apart. At camp, their regiment is strict and the camp director’s only interest is in keeping his campers in tip-top shape through serious exercise routines, and leaving no time for the youngsters to get acquainted. The campers choose to perform a play, Romeo and Juliet, and it is soon discovered that Caroline has competition for Robby’s love after he is chosen for the role of Romeo.
REVIEW: The story revolves around a group of teen campers, and specifically Robby and Caroline. Many years ago the two of them briefly lived together, but were soon separated. Now they meet again at a summer camp and quickly become lovers, much to the disapproval of the camp director and Marlene, another girl who has the ‘hots’ for Robby. Marlene tries a lot of sneaky things in order to spend time with Robby, but somehow Caroline and Robby always end up finding time to spend together to go for a picnic, a bike ride or even skinny dipping in a nearby pond.