At Camp Fire, our mission is to provide safe and inclusive out of school time programming that empowers youth to thrive and become caring and confident leaders.
As we all know, this year has been an especially trying time. Our youth have lost crucial hours at school and out of school time care. Due to COVID-19 regulations and capacity restrictions, our programs can no longer run in all of our usual locations in the public school buildings. We are now offering after school programming at our 2 Cain Road program facility and at Shoemaker Elementary School. Transportation is available from Aborn, Sisson and Pickering to 2 Cain Road.
Please give our office a call at (978) 745-7200 if you have any questions or would like to chat about program options.
Please continue to visit our COVID-19 Resource page for important updates and guidance, emergency resources, distance learning resources, and activity ideas.
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.
Want more info on the programs we offer? Check out our school year Flyer!
Delivered in after school or in volunteer-led club settings, Camp Fire programs provide opportunities for youth to realize their potential by participating in various activities while making new friends under the supervision of qualified, caring adults.
Camp Fire provides young people opportunities to contribute to their community through meaningful service and leadership experiences.
Camp Fire North Shore's summer camp connects young people with nature. We offer a full day camp Monday-Friday for ten weeks each summer. At camp, youth from different backgrounds develop important skills such as self-reliance and problem solving while interacting with 70 acres of natural surroundings and enjoying fun activities such as swimming, hiking, theatre and more.
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