Camp Fire Camps in TX

Find a Camp Fire Camp

Contact your local Camp Fire office for information about programs, activities, and volunteer opportunities in your area.


Description: Outskirts of town, with trees on sloping hill.

Description: Camp Fire USA's Harrell Park contains sixteen beautiful acres of parkland. Many different varieties of trees and shrubs are scattered throughout the park. Cookout spots, in-ground grills and picnic tables are located throughout the grounds. 12X12 foot treehouses and colorful playground equipment can be found for the enjoyment of the many children who use Harrell Park.

Description: Camp Fire Day Camp in Parker County is a convenient and flexible program that provides a safe, structured summer environment without sacrificing the freedom and choice that older kids deserve. We create opportunities that get kids involved, have fun and learn a lot along the way!

Description: Located on Lake Texoma.

Description: El Tesoro de la Vida grief camp is a special summer resident camp for children, ages 6 – 17, who have experienced the death of a loved one. The program consists of 90% traditional camping activities and 10% activities to help kids through grieving process.

Description: Camp El Tesoro is a 223-acre multi-use camp located in Granbury, Texas, on the bend of the Brazos River at Fall Creek. Established in 1934, it has been the first choice of North Texas families for almost five generations of campers.

Description: in the famous Pineywoods of East Texas, also known as the Big Thicket, the first national preserve ever created.

Description: Set in the heart of the Diamond Hill community, easy access off I-35W, outdoor and indoor space for programming, playground equipment, field trips.

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