Camp Fire Clubs Clubs are led by trained volunteer adults who meet regularly with small groups of co-ed students in Pre-K through 12th grade to encourage new friendships, build confidence and self-esteem, as well as earn awards and emblems, while participating in outdoor activities and community service. Club members learn to demonstrate a sense of
After School Programming Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma offers soft-skilled learning programs for elementary school and high school-aged boys and girls. Our highly trained staff teach students to create, think, and accomplish in an inclusive and safe learning environment. The flexible curriculum serves as an extension to lessons learned in the classroom, with an emphasis on
Outdoor School Outdoor School offers a hands-on, science-based program for Kindergarten through 8th-grade students. Using the environmental education curriculum designed specifically for Camp DaKaNi, students will gain a better understanding of nature and how to respect the natural environment during their day outdoors. Curriculum topics and activities for Elementary-aged students include: Senses in the Animal
Camp CANOE (Children with Autism Need Outdoor Experiences) Camp CANOE is open to children with autism, grades K-12. Camp CANOE is a summer day camp designed specifically for children with high functioning to mildly severe autism. An experiential education like no other. Children and youth learn life lessons, such as independence, leadership, and self-confidence, in an
Age: 5 – 13 yrs. old
Holiday Outdoor Camp (HOC) takes place during school fall and spring breaks. Campers part in a themed week of science experiments, engineering challenges and opportunities to build their creativity and critical thinking skills. Campers also stay active at camp as they participate in activities like rock climbing, boating, fishing, ga-ga ball, field games and more!
Age: 5 – 13 yrs. old
Throughout the week, your camper will participate in scheduled activities like rock climbing, zip line, boating, fishing, and archery/slingshots. Campers will also have the opportunity to choose how their group spends their free time on the sports field, The Fort (creative play area), tree houses, hiking paths, and library.