You do NOT have to be a member of Camp Fire to attend a summer camp. It’s open to all boys and girls!
Did you know…..Camp Fire Membership is NOT required to attend camp
Located in Sandusky County’s backyard, just three miles from Downtown Fremont, 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. Close to home but far from virtual reality!
‘Creeking’, swimming in Damschroder Pond, archery, canoeing and experimenting with outdoor science are just some of the activities that take place. A Summer Camp Experience all under the watchful eyes of trained counselors. Summer camp helps bridge the gap between childhood and adulthood by building self-esteem, leadership skills and stretching the imagination while gaining ands-on appreciation for the environment.
June 22nd | DR. SUESS CAMP ( Entering K-2nd grade)
June 26 – 30th | TRADITIONAL CAMP 1 ( Entering 1st -6th grade)
July 6th | DIVA CAMP (Entering 3rd -6th grade)
July 11 | OLD MCDONALD HAS A CAMP (Entering K-2nd grade)
July 13th | DERBY DAY CAMP ( Entering 3rd – 6th )
July 17 – 21st | TRADITIONAL CAMP 2 ( Entering 1st -6th grade)
July 24-25th | SPORTS CAMP ( Entering 1st -6th grade)
JuLY 26 – 27th | AMAZING RACE CAMP ( Entering 1st -6th grade )
June 31 – Aug 4th| TRADITIONAL CAMP 3 ( Entering 1st -6th grade)
Aug 7 – 8th | STEM CAMP ( Entering 3rd -6th grade)
During camp everyone must wear tennis shoes and youth will need to bring the following:
1. A sack lunch, one that does not require refrigeration, and drink or water bottle.
2. Swimsuit, towel, sunscreen and bug spray.
3. Sweat shirts, jeans and old tennis shoes – for cool weather and exploring.
4. Sandals and flip flops are permitted only to be worn only on beach area.
5. Pop will be available for sale during lunch. Bring small amounts of cash if planning to make pop purchases.
-Water is available all day. Campers are encouraged to bring water bottles to fill throughout the day.