Nothing makes an assembly period, overnight campfire, or family night more fun than camp skits. They are a great way to include a dramatic piece to your camp program. They also provide an opportunity for both campers and counselors to have some great fun.

Most of the skits listed here require minimal preparation, and can be easily adapted to accommodate groups of all sizes.
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Duck Food - Camper 1: (stands behind box) Camper 2: (walks in stands in front of...
Echo - The leader announces that he has noticed an echo and he is going to try...
Elevator Riders - The elevator operator moves the stick and opens the elevator door while...
Energy Saver - Camp Counselor: Today, let's take turns and tell how we can help to...
Enlarging Machine - #1: My name is (insert name, could be a made up name or the name of a...
EW! - The first person whispers in the next person's ear and the second person...
Firing Squad - The firing squad marches the prisoners to a spot to be executed. They...
First Date - This is best done with the counselors or staffers of a camp and is used...
Flea - Campers stand in a line. First camper scratches, then second on down...
Fluff & Jelly Skit - Two counselors (or campers) sit on a bench and start talking about how...
Fly Swatter - Camper walks in acting like he is swatting flies. Narrator: What are...
Foreign Exchange Student - The teacher teaches a student his new word -"yes." After a bit of...
Four Leaf Clover - A person finds a four leaf clover. He feels sure that it will bring him...
Fruit of the Loom - Cast: Pedestrian 1, Pedestrian 2, Stranger 1,2,3, more if needed. The...
Ghost Catchers - Two guys start a ghost catching business. They go to this house and...
Good Looking Horse - The large scout is walking like a horse down the street (stage) with the...
Good News and Bad News - Counselor: (walking back and forth in front of group) Ok, guys, I know...
Gravity Check - One scout runs up to the stage, yelling “Gravity Check!”. He jumps and...
Great Swami or the Fortune Teller - The "Great Swami" sits in a chair at the front of the stage and declares...
Grecian Fountains - The two actors walk to the front of the stage, wearing the sheets as...
Hairy Hamburger - A man sits down in a restaurant and orders a hamburger. The waiter...
Hiccup for Me - A boy comes out and says something like, "Hic - I can't -Hic - get rid...
Horse Race - Leader says she wants to have a Spanish Horse race. Each person gets...
How A Counselor Goes to the Toilet - You need to have one seat in front of the audience. Choose 4-8...
Hunting Thanksgiving Dinner - The first camper comes out and walks around 'stalking' something (think...
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Here are a few tips for successful performances:
  1. Rehearse, Rehearse, Rehearse
  2. Keep the show moving! Have the next performers ready and waiting.
  3. When possible, involve audience participants (favorite counselors or parents).
  4. Use an older camper or two in skits involving younger campers, especially when there are a lot lines.
  5. Many of the skits can be reworked so that they can be led by a narrator, who reads the lines while the actors perform

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