Weekly starting June 12- July 24
Rising 1st grade – Rising 6th grade
Drop off is between 7:30 am & 8:30 am.
Pick up is between 5:00 pm & 6:00 pm.
Breakfast and lunch are included.
Tier 1: $110 per week
Tier 2: $150 per week
Tier 3: $170 per week
All week of of Owanyake Day Camp are currently sold out!
You can be placed on the wait list for each session by clicking the link button and selecting the session(s).
What to Expect
Camp Fire Camp Toccoa Day Campers share the same fun and adventurous experiences as overnight campers and can still spend the night at home. The day will be filled with making new friends and trying new things; campers will spend the day outdoors exploring out 176 acre facility. At Camp Fire it’s more than just activities and play; all programs are outcome based. With a safe and supportive environment, children can fully engage in activities, are provided with leadership opportunities and are supported in lifting their voice. Youth are encouraged to explore their natural sense of curiosity and find their own sparks.
2017 Owanyake Day Camp Schedule & Tiered Pricing Information
Our new tiered pricing structure will give us some added flexibility that we hope will allow anyone to attend camp without raising prices for everyone! Please read each description before registering and pick the tier that best fits your families needs. This is strictly an honor system and in no way reflects the type of program your child will receive. As always, we believe that no child should be turned away based on ability to pay therefore further financial assistance is available if needed.
Owanyake Day Camp will be offered weekly from beginning June 12th-July 24th. Camp Fire Georgia will host Camp WoHeLo @ Doyle Street Park May 22nd-26th, May 30th – June 2nd and June 5th-June 9th to fill the gap between Stephens County Schools getting out and the start of Owanyake Day Camp.
All registrations require a non-refundable deposit $10 deposit per session to hold your childs spot or you may pay in full at the time of registration. The balance will be automatically charged to the card on file two weeks prior to the start of each session. All registrations must be done online, with a credit card. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa does not accept cash, check or money order for summer camps. Walk up registrations will not be accepted. Please register early as their are a limited number of spaces available.
Drop off and Pick Up
Morning Drop-Off is between 7:30 am and 8:30 am. To ensure a proper welcome and appropriate supervision upon your arrival, campers will not be admitted before 7:30 am or after 8:30 am. Afternoon Pick-Up is between the hours of 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm. All authorized persons must show valid identification at pick-up each day. Camp activities take place across 176 acres. In order to maintain appropriate supervision ratios in activities, we ask that campers requiring early check-out be picked up between 1:00 and 1:15 pm.
Tours of Camp Fire Camp Toccoa are not available during check in/check out. Our staff will be occupied welcoming campers and their families. Parents and other guests are not permitted to take a self-guided tour at this time. If you would like to tour Camp Fire Camp Toccoa please visit us during one of our Open House dates (TBD) or you may call to arrange an alternate date/time to visit.
What to Bring
The following items are suggested to ensure a safe and comfortable camp experience for your camper. Please do not send new or expensive clothing. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa activities take place outdoors; our hope is for campers to enjoy the freedom of not worrying about stains or the impact of “Georgia Red Clay!” Camp Fire Camp Toccoa does not allow, cell phones, ipods, Kindles, handheld games or any other electrical devices used for entertainment. Please do not send or allow your child to bring toys. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa is not responsible for any lost, stolen, damaged, or forgotten cell phones and/or electronic devices. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa will not mail any items left at camp. Each item is to be clearly marked with permanent marker or sewn-on tags including the camper’s first and last name.
- Tennis shoes and socks
- Raincoat or poncho
- Bathing suit (1 piece for females)
- Sunblock (non- aerosol)
- Change of clothes
- Hard plastic or metal water bottle
- 1 snack (fruit or an individually wrapped item that does not contain nuts)
Breakfast and lunch are provided each day as part of the registration fee. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa provides plenty of tasty and nutritious meals in our dining hall. If your camper has special dietary needs, food allergies, or is a vegetarian you will find space to provide this information on their health history form. We ask that parents do not send food to camp with their campers outside of an afternoon snack. Snacks may be a piece of fruit or an individually wrapped item that does not contain nuts.
Campers will have the opportunity to choose three activities for the week. We strive to give each camper their top three choices, our staff will work with each campers to create the most fitting schedule for each child depending on activity availability. Activity choices may include: archery, canoeing, sports and games, team building, drama, arts and crafts, nature, horseback riding*, hiking, outdoor living skills and more! When campers are not participating in their selected activities they will take park in group activities such as fire building, shelter building, water fall hikes and large group games.
Horseback riding is available as an activity for campers to participate in throughout the week at no additional cost. Riders must wear long pants and have on a pair of hard, smooth-soled, one-inch heeled boots. Camp Fire Camp Toccoa has a long scrub pants as well as boots for participants to borrow during their lesson, if you would like to provide your own items (pants, boots, helmet) you are welcome but it is not required.
Camp Fire Camp Toccoa has a Junior-Olympic sized swimming pool. Campers have the opportunity to take part in a water activity (waterfalls, pool, slip and slide, etc.) each day. All campers are required to take a swim check at the beginning of each session. Campers who do not pass the swim check will be provided with a PFD (personal flotation device.) This requirement ensures the safety of your camper while he or she is in the water. Female campers are required to wear a one piece swim suit.
Camp staff have been trained in CPR and First Aid. In the event of sickness, fever, or injuries that require medical attention the parent will be notified and asked to pick the participant up early from the event.
Each camper is required to have a Basic Medical History. The form is due three weeks prior to the participants arrival. Forms can be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to (706) 886-5123 or mailed to Camp Fire Camp Toccoa / Medical Form 92 Camp Toccoa Drive, Toccoa GA 30577. A new medical form is required each year.
Payments and Refunds
We carefully plan each session of camp for maximum fun. We understand that your schedule may change but our staffing and meal arrangements are finalized based on projected attendance. With that in mind, please read our refund policies carefully.
- Credit card is the only form of payment accepted by Camp Fire Camp Toccoa.
- All registrations require a non-refundable deposit $10 deposit (Owanyake Day Camp) per session. The balance will be automatically charged to the card on file two weeks prior to the start of each session.
- All deposits are nonrefundable. Deposits are only transferable to another session if space is available. Deposits may not be transferred to the balance of fees for another session in which another deposit has been paid.
- Any changes or cancellations/refund request must be received via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least two weeks prior to the session start date. Refunds (minus the $10 deposit) will not be given within 2 weeks of the session start date. We will do our best to accommodate any changes requested but cannot guarantee availability.
- There will be no fee reduction or reimbursement for absences or early pick up due to illness, family emergencies, vacation, summer school, unexpected visits from relatives or for any other reason.
- There will be no fee reeducation or reimbursement for changes in programing on our part. All decisions to change programming are made with the best interest of the camper’s safety and experience in mind.
For information about our behavior policy, cancellations and refunds, health and wellness, etc. please see our 2017 Owanyake Day Camp Confirmation Packet. For questions about the registration, medical forms, food allergies, or anything else please contact the Camp Fire Georgia offices at (706) 886-2457 or email@example.com