light the fire within
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma helps thousands of kids 'find their spark' each year. Wohelo!
Young people want to shape the world.
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark,
lift their voice, and discover who they are.
At Camp Fire, it begins now.
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An inclusive, innovative leader in youth development since 1910
Over the years, and especially now, kids have benefited from Camp Fire's celebration of and dedication to inclusion and diversity. Any kid or teen, from any kind of family, from any walk of life, is always welcome at Camp Fire.
CAMPS & outdoor EDUCATION
TEEN SERVICE & LEADERSHIP
Through resident and day camps, kids clubs, specialty camps like Camp CANOE and ROC, and other environmental education sessions throughout the year —
all are welcome, and there is something for everyone!
Between Teens in Action®, Counselor Aides in Training (CAT), and the WoHeLo Award, we not only activate teens within our community, but intentionally seek their valuable feedback in all that we do, both locally and nationally.
See why teachers, principals, and students can’t stop raving about our high-impact school programs that focus on Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and other relevant lessons. It’s way more than tutoring and supervision!
Camp Fire has responded to challenges created by COVID-19 with several home-based programs that incorporate STEAM principles into outdoor adventures to safely deliver Camp Fire fun to your own backyard!
THE CAMP FIRE EXPERIENCE
James – Camp Fire Parent
My child calls me every day and asks me to pick him up as late as possible because he loves Camp Fire and all the fun activities so much.
Elizabeth H. – Teacher
The lessons Camp Fire presents empowers students to make decisions, accept responsibility, and build their own moral compass to live by.
Samantha, Virtual Camp Parent
Everyone had such a great attitude and were so fully engaged and fun. I think there really is something to be said about that “near peer” relationship.