The campfire circle is a very special place at Camp Tuckahoe. It’s a place where the entire camp can gather for fun and fellowship, while it also serves as a place where important lessons can be taught to Scouts of all ages.
Songs, skits and stories fill the evening at the campfire circle, creating special memories for all campers of their experience at Camp Tuckahoe.
Tuckahoe’s campfire circle is home to opening night campfires as Scouts settle into the camp routine, and it also serves as the setting for each session’s closing campfire program as Scouts prepare to return home.
Parents and family members are welcome to attend the closing night campfire as part of family night. You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to relax, sing a few songs, and laugh at hilarious skits.