A nice fake background sets the stage for an "outdoor" camping trip that becomes sex around the campfire. The double entendres fly with clever lines like "I thought you might need help getting it up – the tent." Edited by award-winning director Tab Lloyd, there's some great sex shots like Hunter Scott giving head through the mirror of a motorcycle (reminiscent of Jim Steel's brilliant Crossroads.) The best duo in the whole thing sis between Rob and Rod, and their voraciously juicy appetites for each other's cocks. Their oral scene is mouthwatering, as is the scene with Paul Bain. But the oral talking is a bit tiring; boyfriends talking about boyfriends who are at home – and you really don't care anymore.
Where it falls short is the thin storyline, obviously fake set and fairly boring musical score. The boxcover isn't at all interesting and says nothing about what's inside.