Camp Activities

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At Camp Firewalker, we have LOTS of fun activities for your group to enjoy. Our trained, professional staff will be there to help you try them all! All staff are CPR and first aid certified.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your rates?

1 Day $50 | 1 Day/Overnight $65
2 Days (leave by noon on 3rd day)   $140.00
3 Days (leave by noon on 4th day)   $160.00
4 Days (leave by noon on 5th day)   $180.00
5 Days (leave by noon on 6th day)   $200.00

Find additional pricing info and our current rates.

Does your camp provide meals and a cooking staff?

We do not provide or cook meals for groups that attend our camp.

Groups do however have access to all of our cooking facilities. We have all the equipment you’ll need to cook for large or small groups….pots, pans, bowls, trays, can openers, kitchen utensils, etc.   You just need to bring your own serving sets (plates, bowls, cups, utensils), kitchen towels/soap, and XL garbage bags.

How large or small can our groups be?

Our capacity is 250 people. We recommend 1 chaperone for every 12 participants under the age of 18.

Do you have set schedules we must follow?

Not set schedules but suggestions. Our camp is committed to giving you the experience that you would like to have. We have a staff willing to help you make the best schedule suitable for your group. We have several samples to assist groups in the process of creating a schedule that meets their needs.

Can we have campfires?

It depends on the fire danger levels set by the county in which our camp resides. We usually know by May or June if fires are permitted.  Pray for Rain.

Do you provide cabins, cots, or tents?

We have bunkhouses that hold 50 people in each one, with separate toilet and shower facilities.  We also have a motel with eight rooms that have two bunkbeds in each room- available year round; you’ll need to bring sleeping bags, pillows and towels.  Tents are not allowed, per county regulations, but there are two small areas behind the bunkhouses, on National Forest land, that would hold 5-6 regular tents in each area.