Lodge Campo

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Lodge Campo

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Lodge Campo (Japanese:ロッジアリツカ Hepburn:Rozzi Arituka) is a facility for lodging that exists in Kyōshū Region.


The accommodation is located between the Snow Mountain area and the Hinode port. The official name is unknown, and the name Lodge Campo is thought to have been taken from Campo Flicker that runs the business. The building is in the style of a log house, with each room connected by corridors and suspension bridges. There are rooms for various Friends, such as "Floaty", "Quiet", and "View". This lodge may have been under construction, as a construction crane remains.


In Kemono Friends (2017 Anime)

Main article: S1E10: Lodge

Before Kaban and Serval arrived here, Gray Wolf and Reticulated Giraffe had been staying here. Since the visit of Kaban and Serval, the lodge has experienced a ghost case and a lost Japari Bun case, both of which were eventually solved by Kaban.

Other Appearances

In Kemono Friends Pavilion

A playthings modeled after this lodge appears in this game.


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