Hello! which one is correct: I hope I'll see you in/at/on the camp? Thank you.

at the camp
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Thank you! What about:Next month I am going on /at/in a camp? Which one is correct?

Normally "at", but "in" is right instead in many contexts. What is your context (for crying out loud)?

Next month I'm going camping.
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Thank you!