Camp Spiritfire is about discovery & exploration - deepening our understanding of who we are in recovery & celebrating it through sharing and play.  We want to create a weekend where we reconnect with the curiosity we had as kids - to feel free to be ourselves, to feel supported, and to connect. You can participate in interactive sharing sessions and workshops, as well as let your inner kid out - Color Wars, capture the flag, morning meditation and yoga, arts & crafts, music, s'mores and stories around the campfire, A.A. meetings, swimming, dancing, and talent show Saturday night!

What to expect:  To get out of your comfort zone, supporting others & being supported, laughing till it hurts, making new friends, seeking a deeper connection, vulnerability, goofiness.

What you should not expect:  Trainings (for example, on Roberts Rules of Order, responsibilities of a group treasurer, how to conduct a group inventory, etc.). Of course, there may be conversations about these types of things, but campers should not expect these as topics for the program. The weekend is about our relationship with recovery, ourselves, each other, nature, spirituality, and play.

Please see our FAQs for more.


There will be free time during the weekend for reflection, rest, fellowship, pool time, and fun. Additional camp amenities include: basketball courts, volleyball, horseshoes, game room with air-hockey, ping pong, and pool table, as well as archery and paintball for an additional fee.

Participate in as much of the program, or as little, as you like. 

activities, lodging, meals, transportation & more coming soon!


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