What’s the difference between Camp Fire, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts?

All three are great youth development organizations that stress character building and self-esteem.

Camp Fire is family oriented – especially since boys and girls can be in the same club – and encourages mothers and fathers to become leaders or assistant leaders.

Another difference is that the Camp Fire program allows more freedom and room for creativity. We encourage smaller clubs with an emphasis on individual attention. All program materials are very well organized, easy to follow and provide flexibility for the leader in finding each child’s spark and uncovering each young person’s unique interests. We help youth become the exceptional people they are destined to be, buoyant with potential to do anything they dream of doing.