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We're all about the now!


Most youth organizations talk about preparing kids for the future or future leadership positions. This is great, but we believe kids and teens are leaders now. They don’t need to wait for the future to shape the world.

We help youth be the best 7-year-old they can be, or the best 17-year-old. We guide kids and teens of all ages to boost their confidence and unlock their potential so they can thrive—where they are now.

Thrive{ology} is our research-based approach to teaching every kid or teen how to be a better friend, student, son, daughter, member of society, sister, brother…today. Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma, like programs across the country, use Thrive{ology} to teach youth to identify sparks, develop a growth mindset, learn goal management, and take time to reflect.

We'd love to discuss which Camp Fire programs would be best for your child or student. Contact us today! 


we'll see you 2024!

Registration OPEN!

Come see Camp DaKaNi for your summer 2024 fun!


returns in 2024!

Mark your calendar! 

 Camp CANOE (Children with Autism Need Outdoor Experiences) offers children with special needs a truly unique, hands-on camp experience. This 5-day session will fill up fast so register today!

School based PROGRAMS

Outdoor School
Field Trips

Fall 2024 & Spring 2025 Spaces OPEN

Outdoor School provides opportunities for student groups to have direct experiences with nature in a living environment. Whether talking about plant and animal lifecycles or habitats and ecosystems, the educators at Camp Fire introduce complex scientific concepts to students with interactive inquiry-based curriculum. If you are a homeschool, elementary, or middle school teacher ask us about scheduling a visit!

Enrollment for this program is done through a school group, not individual student based.

the camp fire experience

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Club Programs

Join or start a club!

Camp Fire's Club programming starts with youth in Kindergarten and follows them all the way through the end of high school. Each club pairs a trained leader with a group of youth who work through Camp Fire curriculum after school. Clubs typically help youth undertake service projects and do other activities that enable youth to earn badges while learning life skills.

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