I don't own Little Fears, but I found this to be a nice, lighthearted adventure easily adaptable to World of Darkness: Innocents. It brings back a lot of memories of summer camp (Where I played Exalted my first and only time!) and those experiences would make Camp Howling Wolf an easy adventure to run.
The writing style is a little strange - the author likes to interject with tid-bits and recommendations to the reader. These little tangents can make the material hard to follow in a few spots and I'd suggest putting tangents in sidebars, or some other formatting.
The adventure itself is good and you can get varying amounts of mileage out of the story - depending on how much extra content you want to throw in. The NPCs are all believable and I can easily pin their personalities to folks I met at summer camp.
I also found the quick reference monsters to be very useful for a World of Darkness game, since the dice pools are already made for you.
The only noticeable flaw to Camp Howling Wolf is its lack of closure. As written, your players might get some answers at the end, but they will not have resolved anything. Perhaps this could open up a longer chronicle - Camp Howling Wolf only covers the first day and night of camp - but I would have liked more ideas for how to end the story.
Overall, I like it and look forward to more in the Campfire Tales series.