Camp Pokémon

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If you were looking for the feature in Pokémon Sword and Shield, see Pokémon Camp.
If you were looking for the event in Italy, see Pokémon Camp (Italy).
If you were looking for the similarly named Pikachu short titled Camp Pikachu, see PK11.

Camp Pokémon
Camp Pokémon Update 1.3.png
Camp Pokémon icon since Update 1.3
Basic info
Platform: iOS, Android
Category: Entertainment
Players: 1
Connectivity: None
Developer: Creatures, Inc.
Publisher: The Pokémon Company International
Part of: Generation VI side series
Release dates
Japan: N/A
North America: October 21, 2014 (iOS)[1]
April 14, 2016 (Android)
Australia: October 21, 2014 (iOS)[2]
April 14, 2016 (Android)
Europe: October 21, 2014 (iOS)[3]
April 14, 2016 (Android)
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Japanese: N/A
English: Minisite (archived)
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Camp Pokémon, known as Pokémon Camp in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, is a free app provided by The Pokémon Company International for Android and iOS. It is intended to teach younger children the basics of Pokémon through interactive and fun games. It was first accessible to iOS users on October 21, 2014, and was released for Android devices on April 14, 2016. A major update released on August 6, 2015 added new features. Another major update, introducing Generation VII Pokémon, was released on July 27, 2017.

The app has since been discontinued. For those who still have it downloaded, most features are still intact, with the exceptions of the Pokémon Theater and Camp News no longer being functional.

Available content

  • Cabin is where the player can access the Photo Book and the Pins and Rewards Book. In version 1.3, it can be accessed through the island.
  • Photo Booth allows players to import or take photos and decorate them with different decorations, such as Pokémon Pins won from mini-games and borders. Photos can then be saved to the player's Photo Book.
  • Mystery Cave is a cave related to Legendary Pokémon and Mega Evolution.
  • Pokémon Theater lets the player watch videos from Pokémon TV. It was added on version 1.1.
  • Camp News shows the latest Pokémon news. It was added on version 1.1.


Each mini-game earns players Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, depending on their score or completion time. Players may also win Pokémon Pins which are registered to their Rewards Book. There are six mini-games:

  • Find the Pokémon puts players into the Alternate Reality Exploration and Name Area (ARENA) where they have to locate six Pokémon in the wild. Players are required to search the area with a magnifying glass to identify silhouettes of Pokémon before the time runs out.
  • Poké Ball Throw helps players learn how to catch Pokémon by throwing Poké Balls at six Pokémon that move across the screen. The goal is to effectively aim the Poké Ball at the Pokémon and hit each Pokémon three times.
  • Pokémon Evolutions helps players learn about Pokémon Evolution. There are three huts which hides a three-stage Pokémon line, one stage in each hut, where players must select the appropriate Pokémon for a three Pokémon lineup that fits into the evolutionary line. The aim is for players to get as many lines as they can before the time runs out.
  • Pokémon in Focus is a mini-game that places the player beside a campfire, where they have to successfully identify the Pokémon silhouettes in the nearby hut from a three Pokémon selection. The goal is to select as many correct answers before the time runs out.
  • Battle Matchups helps players learn about type match-ups. A Pokémon floats by in an inner tube with its type by the side, and players have to select from one of three types that is strong against the Pokémon's type.
  • Pokémon TCG Match is a mini-game about matching TCG cards. It was added on version 1.1.
  • Poké Ball Roll is a mini-game in which the player tilts the mobile device to roll a Poké Ball. It was added on version 1.3.


Version history

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Version Release date Changes
1.0 October 21, 2014
  • Initial release
1.1 August 6, 2015
  • The mini-game Pokémon TCG Match was added
  • Pokémon Theater and Camp News were added
  • More pins were added
  • Bug fixes and enhancements
1.1.1 August 28, 2015
  • Bug fixes
1.2 April 18, 2016
  • Bug fixes
1.3 July 27, 2017
  • Generation VII Pokémon added, replacing some previous Pokémon
  • New activity, Poké Ball Roll
  • Day/night cycle added
  • Bug fixes


Version Release date Changes
?? April 14, 2016
  • Initial release
1.2.6 August 15, 2016
  • Bug fixes
1.3 July 28, 2017
  • Generation VII Pokémon added, replacing some previous Pokémon
  • New activity, Poké Ball Roll
  • Day/night cycle added



Camp Pokémon is now out of service on both devices and can no longer be played According to the official site, the game could have been be played on:[4]


  • When the player receives the Mega Aggron pin, the dialogue box reads "Check it out! is now in your Pin Book" as opposed to "Check it out! Mega Aggron is now in your Pin Book". This problem was later fixed.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Camp Pokémon
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon Ferienlager
Italy Flag.png Italian Camping Pokémon
Spain Flag.png Spanish Campamento Pokémon


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