Captain Hook considered searching the camp as a potential location for Peter Pan's hideout, but changed his mind. He then gets the idea to kidnap Tiger Lily and interrogate her to reveal the location of Peter's home, as "those redskins know this island better than I do me own ship." Later, John, Michael and the Lost Boys are captured by the Indians and are brought to the camp, where they are accused of kidnapping Tiger Lily, and the Chief threatens them with being burned at the stake of she isn't returned by sunset.
After Peter rescues Tiger Lily from Hook, the Indians have a celebration honoring Peter where the Indians, plus the Darling children and Lost Boys, have a little party while singing "What Made the Red Man Red?". Soon, Wendy starts to tire of the savage behavior going on and decides to return to Hangman's Tree.
Though the Indians themselves do not appear, the camp itself makes a brief appearance when Jane and the others fly through Neverland.
- In many modern media, the camp often appears to be vacant with no Indians living there. This is probably due to the controversy regarding about negative racial stereotyping to the Indians in the original film.