Camp New: Dollar Days

DVD Release: August 1, 2017
Camp New: Dollar Days


“Camp New: Dollar Days” is an over-the-top Christian comedy for the entire family! Join the camp coordinators as they learn about having faith in God’s word and His promises. There’s a heat wave this summer… but that’s the least of Camp New’s problems. It’s only the first week and there’s no money for breakfast! The mattresses must be sold, which leads to some sleepless nights. No camp supplies and the crayons are missing too! No more toilet paper? We won’t go there right now… It’s up to the camp director, Miss Mo, to fix things. But is she only making things worse? Her assistant, Penny, makes an effort to bring the other camp coordinators together to figure out how to raise money. However, nothing seems to be working. Why not? Maybe they need to focus on Philippians 4:19 and trust in God’s promises. “Camp New: Dollar Days” is super fun and jam-packed with Biblical lessons the entire family can enjoy. Come visit camp and find out!

Dove Review

Here is a comical movie about a fun camp, but in preparation for the campers’ arrival, the team encounters some problems that require money to solve. As the director’s assistant, Penny tells the events of preparation to the camera in an interview. She relates the stories about no money for breakfast food, the missing crayons and other issues the team has to figure out how to resolve. But most importantly, the movie reinforces the lesson of how God will provide when we ask for help.

“Camp New: Dollar Days” is a charming and funny movie about teamwork, friendship, and having a purpose. Its Bible scriptures remind us to have faith in God, in His word and our actions to do the things He wants, not what we want.The Dove Faith-Friendly Seal for all ages is award to this movie.

Content Description

Sex: None.
Language: None.
Violence: Slapstick hitting others.
Drugs: None.
Nudity: None.
Other: None.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Tony Robinson
Producer: Tony Robinson
Genre: Inspirational
Runtime: 87 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe