Needs New Photos Archives – Camp Fire Central Puget Sound

Equity Action Fund

Values in Action Camp Fire is committed to providing high-quality camp experiences to all kids, especially those who need it most due to adverse life experiences and historical exclusion. Summer […]

Proud 2 Be Me

Proud 2 Be Me camp will focus on creating a week-long community experience for our LGBTQIA2S+ campers. The setting will include a forum to discuss identity, while still enjoying all the fun classic camp activities that Camp Sealth has to offer.

You’re In!

Check Your Email & Opt In We’re excited to stay connected to you with all things Camp Fire and Camp Sealth! Be sure to check your email and confirm your […]

Volunteer & Start a Group!

What does it take to be a Camp Fire Group Leader? Camp Fire Leaders are at the core of our program and we couldn’t do it without them! Being a […]

Events & Activities

Camp Fire offers various events throughout the year across the greater Puget Sound region. Some of these programs include fun community events such as a day at the Seattle Aquarium, […]

Our Curriculum

Members of Camp Fire are provided a plethora of resources and curriculum. The Camp Fire curriculum focuses on embodying our core values while focusing on providing youth with meaningful experiences. […]

Recognition Awards & Uniforms

Camp Fire recognizes the amazing accomplishments that youth participants achieve while they are involved in our programs. To build upon this sense of accomplishment and memory making, we offer various […]

Continue to Make an Impact

Remembering Camp Fire in Your Estate Planning Make a gift to Camp Fire Central Puget Sound in your will and your selfless act will have a huge impact on the […]

Volcano Venture

Lava tubes, canyons, suspension bridges and more! Spend your week traipsing around Mt. St. Helens. Visit the Ape Caves, spend a day hiking the trails near your campsite, check out the fascinating natural history of the area, and visit the 125-foot suspension bridge.asZ CLava tubes, canyons, suspension bridges and more! Spend your week traipsing around Mt. St. Helens. Visit the Ape Caves, spend a day hiking the trails near your campsite, check out the fascinating natural history of the area, and visit the 125-foot suspension bridge.