The man who interviewed me had the philosophy that, for a camp nurse, it didn't much matter what education she had, LPN to CRNP. The skills, he said, get picked up along the way throughout the summer. What really mattered to him was that he recruit nurses that had a fun personality, someone who can relate to kids and be approachable. I am also a girl scout leader, and he was SO excited to get a nurse that had experience leading children, developing quality activities, and dealing with parents. If you are outgoing, funny or silly, empathetic to children's wants, needs, and fears, and don't mind taking the occasional pie in the face or dip in the dunk tank, camp nursing is for you.
I also read "Camp Nurse" by Tilda Shaloff Half.com: Camp Nurse: My Adventures at Summer Camp by Tilda Shalof (2009, Hardcover): My Adventures at Summer Camp(9780771079849): Tilda Shalof: Books
She describes three different camps in which she worked. This gave me the insight on what to really expect, much more than anything any clinical book or association website could possibly offer.