faq

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Below are answers and helpful links to frequently asked questions. If you don't get the information you need on this page, feel free to reach out to our staff. 

are you hosting a summer camp this year?

YES! Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma is thrilled to announce we will be holding Camp DaKaNi and Camp CANOE in Summer 2021. Check out our Programs Page for more info. 

what MEASURES ARE YOU TAKING for COVID-19?

The safety and protection of our campers, counselors, staff members, and families was our highest priority while planning our upcoming in-person events. Camp capacities, activities, and other logistics may be affected as COVID-19 measures are implemented and we will continue to monitor state and local authorities’ guidelines for mitigation levels in our area to adjust these precautions as recommended.

See our COVID-19 Info Page​ for more information on the precautions we are currently planning to implement.

 

are masks required at camp?

Masks will not be required outdoors while physical distancing is in place. 

Campers and staff will be required to wear masks that cover the nose and mouth when indoors, or in areas requiring people to be closer than the physical distancing requirements for extended times. 

This revision is based on newly updated guidance and the fact that Oklahoma County is currently a “Moderate” transmission area, we have updated our policy on wearing masks outdoors. If the transmission rate changes or new guidance becomes available, we may update our policy to reflect new conditions.

For more info on our COVID-19 policies in place, visit our COVID-19 Info Page​.

are online programs are available?

For those not wishing or able to return to an in-person camp, or for campers and families at higher risk for severe illness, Camp Fire has worked to provide other opportunities for kids to connect in a virtual format. Check out our Programs page for more info on Trail Mix subscriptions, Camp Fire Kids Club virtual meetings, and Teens In Action. 

can we switch weeks after registering?

Changing sessions is acceptable if the desired session is available and the request is made two weeks prior to the currently enrolled session. Due to the fact that we finalize our session grouping and notify waitlisted families prior to each session, no changes can be made less than two weeks prior to the sessions the camper is enrolled. We do not transfer enrollments to future years or other programs throughout the year.

 

what is your cancellation policy? 

If canceled two weeks prior to the sessions the camper is enrolled, we only charge a $25 cancellation fee per camper session, and all other funds are refunded to the original payment method. Due to the popularity of our camp and the challenge of filling spaces, no refunds will be issued less than two weeks prior to the sessions the camper is enrolled. In cases of homesickness, illness, dismissal, or voluntary withdrawal, no refunds will be issued.