Bowleg is a seasoned counselor at Camp Lakewood. He’s horny and lazy with bowed legs, but his ambition for the summer is to get high with his zany friend, Chuck, and have sexual relations with the beautiful female counselors of Camp Lakewood. Still in love, he finds out that his now slim downed ex-girlfriend, Kyla, is back as a counselor. Bowleg, instantly attracted, finds himself behaving like a cross between Chris Tucker and Eddie Murphy when they see a hot body with a pair of magnificent breast and a hot ass like J. Lo.
Kyla, seemingly has no interest in Bowleg any more. She was burned by love, when he didn’t call her on the phone when camp was over. Besides, she has a new beau named, Reggie, a obnoxious golfer from the Eaglewood Country Club next door.
Bowleg, however, is not easily daunted this time. The beautiful Kyla is his reward for a summer in the tide, whether she knows it or not, but Bowleg has a reputation for giving up. It’s one reason why people call him lazy.
The first thing Bowleg does to try and win back Kyla is to spy on her and Reggie. In a series of misadventures, it nevertheless leads to Bowleg finding out that Reggie and his father, Cornell, have a deed holding the rights to the property of Camp Lakewood that they low-balled from the camp director, Simon Hobs, and that the camp is running out of money and will be replaced with a even bigger Eaglewood Country Club for the population of young, aspiring golfers with a median family income between 190 to 500 thousand dollars.
Reggie proposes a contest (Olympiad) between Camp Lakewood and Eaglewood Country Club. Events to be judged by the Iroquois Indians. The first event is a basketball game that Eaglewood wins. The second event is the egg toss that Eaglewood wins. The third event is a swim meet that Eaglewood wins. The fourth event is a lumberjack match that Lakewood wins. The fifth event is the ghost story that Lakewood wins. The sixth event is the archery that Eaglewood wins. The seventh event is The Race For No Third Base that Lakewood wins. The eighth event is the Devil’s Punch Bowl Race that Lakewood wins.
Bowleg prevails as the winner gaining the deed to Camp Lakewood, respect from his campers, and the love of his life Kyla.