COVID-19 Program Closures: Fees for Camp Fire's Emergency Program services during this COVID crisis will be waived for youth of all critical workers as defined in the Mayor’s Mandate of 3/20. More info >>
Camp Fire was founded as a national organization in 1910 and started operating in Alaska in 1913. One of the first youth organizations in the state, today we are a leader in youth development and the largest licensed provider of school-age childcare in Alaska.
Camp Fire offers affordable, high-quality programs, professionally trained staff, activities and events that are appealing to youth, and a fun, safe place to experience it all. We serve more than 5,000 youth every year before and after school, during school breaks, all summer long, and across rural Alaska.
Fees for Camp Fire’s Emergency Program services during this COVID crisis will be waived for youth of all critical workers as defined in the Mayor’s Mandate of 3/20.
We will be uploading fun videos to our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube channel for kids. Check out the first one here!
As a kid, Nicole attended Camp Si-La-Meo for 4 years and Camp K for 10 years. She then transitioned into a staff role, in which she had the pleasure of working as a ‘Leader In Training’ for two summers at Camp Si-La-Meo and as a Camp Si-La-Meo counselor for three summers.
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.