Best Camp Movies For Kids On Peacock To Watch Today

On Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, there is a good amount of movie content that is completely free. Credit cards are not needed! However, Peacock offers a $5 monthly premium subscription that includes more entertainment. If you’re eager to know which are the Best Camp Movies For Kids On Peacock To Watch Today then this article is a perfect guide for you.

Here are some of the Best Camp Movies For Kids On Peacock To Watch Today that are worth watch.  


Will Smith’s Oscar, the underperformer, is a tiny fish with enormous aspirations. When Michael Imperioli’s mob-connected great white shark Frankie is accidentally killed, Oscar makes up a story claiming he killed the shark with the assistance of Frankie’s peace-loving brother Lenny (Jack Black). Oscar has bigger issues to worry about than being instantly dubbed “Sharkslayer” by his aquatic allies when Frankie’s father, mob leader Don Lino (Robert De Niro), sends his goons to pursue his son’s killer.

Shark-Tale is a must-watch for kids that are into adventure movies and camping. 

IMDb: 6/10

Directors: Vicky Jenson, Rob Letterman, Bibo Bergeron

Writers: Michael J. Wilson, Rob Letterman, Scott Aukerman

Stars: Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Renée Zellweger

Genre: Animation, Adventure and Comedy

Release date: October 1, 2004

Famous dialogue: “Yeah, Yeah. Exactly how it looked; that’s how it is. Remember this name: Oscar The Sharkslayer!”

Shooting Place: NA

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

After a fire in their mansion makes the three young Baudelaire brothers orphaned, they are sent to stay with their distant relative, Count Olaf (Jim Carrey). Emily Browning’s Olaf, the eldest Baudelaire, is a vicious, clever man who only thinks about Violet’s (Emily Browning) wealth. Olaf, however, never lags behind. The children run away and seek safety with their quirky Uncle Monty (Billy Connolly) and then with their hysterical Aunt Josephine (Meryl Streep).

IMDb: 6.8/10

Director: Brad Silberling

Writers: Robert Gordon, Daniel Handler

Stars: Jim Carrey, Jude Law, Meryl Streep

Genre: Adventure, Comedy and Family

Release date: December 17, 2004 

Famous dialogue: “I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed this, but first impressions are often entirely wrong.”

Shooting Place: The state of California

Despicable Me

The supervillain Gru (Chris Renaud), who enjoys everything wicked, comes up with a plan to steal the moon. With an army of diminutive yellow minions at his side as well as an impressive arsenal of weapons and war machines, Gru is ready to destroy everyone who gets in his way. His greatest challenge, though, is the trio of endearing orphan ladies who want to claim him as their father (Janet Healy, Nina Rappaport-Rowan, and Robert Taylor), and nothing in his calculations and background research has prepared him for it.

IMDb: 7.6/10

Directors: Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud

Writers: Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, Sergio Pablos

Stars: Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Russell Brand

Genre: Animation, Adventure and Comedy

Release date: July 9, 2010

Famous dialogue: “I said Dart Gun – not Fart Gun!”

Shooting Place: NA

Kung Fu Panda

In spite of the fact that Po is the clumsiest and laziest panda in the Valley of Peace, he secretly yearns to become a kung fu legend. When Po’s home is threatened by the villainous snow leopard Tai Lung, the unhappy panda is chosen to carry out an ancient prophecy and save the Valley. Po, who is studying under Master Shifu, embarks on a daring high-kicking mission to thwart Tai Lung’s evil plans. a DreamWorks animation.

The numerous sequels of Kung Fu Panda, which is regarded as one of the best action/adventure films of all time, are all accessible on Peacock.

IMDb: 7.6/10

Director: Mark Osborne, John Stevenson

Writers: Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger, Ethan Reiff

Stars: Jack Black, Ian McShane, Angelina Jolie

Genre: Animation, Adventure and action

Release date: July 11, 2008

Famous dialogue: “If you only do what you can do, you will never be more than who you are.”

Shooting Place: NA

The Croods

A family from prehistory known as the Croods lives in a very dangerous time. The family of Grug (Nicolas Cage), his companion Ugga (Catherine Keener), son Thunk (Clark Duke), daughter Eep (Emma Stone), and feisty Gran (Cloris Leachman) go food hunting throughout the day and spend the evening huddled in a cave. When Guy (Ryan Reynolds), a more civilized caveman, first appears, Grug is dubious, but it soon becomes apparent that Guy is accurate in his assessment of their world’s impending demise.

The Croods has a sequel named ‘The Croods: A New Age’ which is also available on Peacock.

IMDb: 7.2/10

Director: Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco

Writer: Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco, John Cleese

Stars: Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone

Genre: Animation, Adventure and Comedy

Release date: April 19, 2013

Famous dialogue:  “Follow the light and you’ll find Tomorrow.”

Shooting Place: NA


Turbo (Ryan Reynolds), a snail that is obsessed with speed, has a unique dream of becoming the world’s best racer. This odd snail has the chance to escape his sluggish existence after a weird event gives him the power to move at superspeed. Turbo revs up his engine and embarks on an incredible adventure to enter and win the Indianapolis 500.

Turbo is an extremely inspirational film for both children and adults and conveys the fantastic message, “No dream too big, no dreamer too tiny!”

IMDb: 6.4/10

Director: David Soren

Writers: David Soren, Darren Lemke, Robert Siegel

Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Maya Rudolph

Genre: Animation, Adventure and Comedy

Release date: July 17, 2013

Famous dialogue: With the television gone, you can stop watching races and get on with your life.

Shooting Place: NA

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Elliott, a small child, finds the nice alien after it gets stuck on Earth and they become friends (Henry Thomas). Elliott invites E.T. inside his suburban California home where he shows the alien to his brother and Gertie, his younger sister (Drew Barrymore). The young people choose to remain silent about the alien. But shortly after, E.T. falls ill, necessitating government assistance and putting Elliott and the alien in peril.

IMDb: 7.9/10

Director: Steven Spielberg

Writer: Melissa Mathison

Stars: Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Peter Coyote

Genre: Adventure, family, sci-Fi

Release date: June 11, 1982

Famous dialogue: “35 pounds? You’re fat!”

Shooting Place: Crescent City, Los Angeles, Porter Ranch, and Fort Dick, California


Z the worker ant (Woody Allen) tries to be a worker ant in order to strike a balance between his individuality and the communal work ethic of the ant colony. Z strives to fit in, but he develops feelings for Bala, the ant-princess (Sharon Stone). Later, Z will have to defend the ant colony from General Mandible’s (Gene Hackman) crafty schemes that could see the death of the whole worker population.

Antz won praise from critics at the time of its 1998 release for both its plot and animation. Since then, a lot of time has gone by, yet Antz continues to hold up and remains a must-watch on Peacock.

IMDb: 6.6/10

Directors: Eric Darnell, Tim Johnson

Writers: Todd Alcott, Chris Weitz, Paul Weitz

Stars: Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman

Genre: Comedy, Adventure

Release date: October 2, 1998

Famous dialogue: “Don’t worry, I know almost exactly what I’m doing!”

Shooting Place: NA

Akeelah and the Bee

11-year-old South Los Angeles resident Akeelah discovers she has an aptitude for spelling and thinks it will help her place in the National Spelling Bee. Despite her mother’s objections, Akeelah keeps working toward her goal. Akeelah learns she has what it takes to achieve her goals thanks to the constant support of her neighborhood and the help she gets from an unusual teacher.

IMDb: 7.4/10

Director: Doug Atchison

Writer: Doug Atchison

Stars: Angela Bassett, Laurence Fishburne, Keke Palmer

Genre: Drama, family

Release date: April 28, 2006

Famous dialogue: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”

Shooting Place: Berkeley, California, USA

Final Words

Vacation is soon going to be start and you are searching for the Best Camp Movies For Kids on Peacock then you are on the right place we have enlisted some Best Camp Movies For Kids On Peacock To Watch Today.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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