What Is Camp Fire? It’s a way of life.
We know the youth of today want to shape the world. Camp Fire provides the experience everyone needs to discover who they are – find their spark – and become a leader now.
Why Camp Fire?
Camp Fire Sandusky County’s youth programs immerse campers in nature to learn, explore and grow while developing a lifelong respect for the outdoors.
Camp Fire is a non-profit organization. We rely on the generosity of others throughout the community.
As a Camp Fire volunteer, you will make a meaningful difference, get involved in your community, be recognized for your achievements.
Focused programs for everyone!
Our programs encourage personal exploration by incorporating a researched based approach to youth development that ensures participants gain the skills necessary to thrive throughout their lives.
Camp Fire Sandusky County offers youth an alternative to small club groups. Our “Council Clubs” meet monthly and are held here at the facility.
Camp Fire provides young people opportunities to contribute to their community through meaningful service and leadshiper experience.
Beyond traditional resident and day camp, Camp Fire outdoor education programs help youth develop a strong connection to nature and healthy, active habits that last a lifetime.
Events at Camp Fire
We encourage youths to make friends, be creative in a safe environment and get away from the TV & computer to discover their own realities on our 42-acre complex along the Sandusky River.