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Summer Day Camp 

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WHERE YOUTH DISCOVER WHO THEY ARE

Camp Fire programming allows participants to explore their sparks, learn to make healthy choices, develop social skills, build new talents and have fun. Our goal is to provide youth with opportunities to cultivate their inner passions, skills and attributes (or “Sparks”) to stimulate Thriving - a forward, purposeful motion toward achieving one’s full potential.

While our programs and services meet the needs of today’s world, they retain the values of self-sufficiency, service, outdoor appreciation, leadership and character that have been the foundations of Camp Fire from the beginning.

 
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SUMMER CAMPS

Entering Grades 1-6

For almost 100 years, Camp Fire has offered children safe, fun, enriching summer camp experiences.

We look forward to seeing you next summer!

 

Summer 2023: Registration will open in late March or early April.

  • Ages: 5 - 11

  • Days: Monday - Friday, except July 4th

  • Session Dates: Ten 1-week sessions, likely beginning the third week in June.

  • Locations: Kiwanis Park in College Place & Wildwood Park in Walla Walla

  • Times: 7:30am - 5:30pm 

  • Space is limited.

  • Camp is open to children entering first through sixth grades. Children must have completed kindergarten. 

  • Super Summer is open from 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday - Friday. Supervision of your children cannot be provided outside of our program hours. 

  • Rainy Days - signs will be posted if we are at Sharpstein Elementary School. Make sure to give us a call or email us in advance with questions regarding location.

  • Morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack will be provided each day. Check the Camp bulletin board for menu information. You can send your child with their own snacks and lunch if desired. Please DO NOT send anything with nuts, including peanut butter. 

  • Super Summer in the Park is primarily an outdoor program. To help keep your children safe and comfortable, have them come to the park with appropriate clothing and items. 

    • Sunscreen - Remember to apply generously to your child each morning. You can also send sunscreen with your child to apply throughout the day.

    • Water bottle - Send a water bottle with your child's name written on it in permanent marker. 

    • Shoes - Closed-toe shoes are preferred at the park. Sandals are okay, but please no flip flops. 

    • Bathing Suit - Send a bathing suit with your child EVERY DAY. Campers will have water play throughout the week, as well as go swimming on Tuesdays. 

    • Towel - Remember to include a towel for swimming or water play. 

    • Water Shoes - Water shoes are a good option for water play. They are great for protecting your child from sharp objects on the ground. 

    • Please mark all of your child's belongings with their first and last name!

  • Please leave all toys and games at home! Camp Fire is not responsible for campers personal items. 

  • A weekly schedule can be found on the camp bulletin board. We encourage parents to view the schedule and be familiar with the planned weekly activities. If we are not at the park, please check the door on the shelter to find out where we are located. We will always post a sign to let you know our current location and include our cell phone numbers. 

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IMPORTANT SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

our promise

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Young people want to shape the world.

Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.

In Camp Fire, it begins now.

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