Camp Granada the Game


Camp Granada was a 1965 children’s board game by Milton Bradley. It was based on Allan Sherman’s popular 1963 novelty song Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh. In the game Campers take turns driving a breakdown-prone bus to gather animals from various summer camp locations with the ultimate goal of being the first to leave the real rotten camp. The game board depicts spikes on the diving board, an octopus in the swimming hole, and a lover’s leap into a volcano. LA LA LA.


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One thought on “Camp Granada the Game

  1. Cosmic Joker says:

    Do you know what the irony of this game is? When the weather turns fair and the guys go swimming and sailing, this game will be left on the table as the kids rush out to play. In effect the game like a certain will be “disregarded”.

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