Summer Programs

The Benefits of Summer Camp

  • Connect with Nature
  • Physical Activity
  • Making Friends
  • Getting Outside
  • Independence

About Our Camps
Camp Fire Alaska has a variety of summer programs to match your family’s needs as well as your child’s interests and maturity level. In some cases, a mix of different camp experiences throughout the summer is the perfect choice.  All of our programs provide youth with opportunities to learn new skills, challenge themselves, make friends, and create memories that will last a lifetime. 

girlsatcampkOvernight Camp
Camp K on Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing offers a variety of camps for kids from age 6 to 17. Campers stay at camp overnight, sleeping in bunk houses and participating in traditional summer camp activities such as canoeing, hiking, archery and creative arts. There are sessions for beginner campers as well as wilderness expeditions for teens.
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slmpicDay Camp
Camp Si-La-Meo in Anchorage is similar to overnight camp except campers (ages 5-13) return home at the end of the day. Campers are organized into small groups by age, and activities are designed to fit each group's physical, mental and social ability levels. This camp also offers daily swim lessons, and a Teen Trek for older campers. Learn more...
sapboysFull Day Licensed Program
The Summer Adventure Program is for youth entering grades 1-7. These programs are licensed by the Municipality of Anchorage and are located in elementary schools in Anchorage and Eagle River. Hands down the most flexible registration schedule in town, you can register by the day, week, or for the whole summer! This program also accepts child care assistance payments.
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