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Camp Fury STL

Camp Fury STL

Camp Fury STL is turning up the heat!

This camp is an immersive experience where girls join the ranks of elite local firefighters and law enforcement personnel to learn how they ensure public safety in our communities. Throughout the week, girls practice search-and-rescue skills, learn crime scene investigation tactics, and complete confidence boosting and adrenaline-pumping activities like an aerial climb, rappelling, canine tracking and extinguishing live fire.

Campers meet and bond with women who are breaking down barriers and stereotypes in these traditionally male-dominated fields. Girls spend their days at the St. Louis County Police and Fire Academy in Wellston, returning each evening to Camp Fiddlecreek to stay at Myrtle’s Manor.

Camp Fury STL

During this six-day, five-night resident camp, Girl Scouts train alongside female firefighters and law enforcement personnel to learn firefighting and EMS skills, practice defensive tactics and develop investigative abilities. They are mentored by remarkable women who are breaking down barriers and stereotypes in what has traditionally been male-dominated career fields. Throughout this intense week, girls grow even more courageous, strong, confident and capable, ready to become our change-makers for tomorrow and role models for their fellow Girl Scouts. 

Dates: June 12-17
Grades: 8-11 for the 2021-2022 school year; must be at least 14 years old at time of camp
Location: Camp Fiddlecreek 63055
Cost: $375 through March 31, $405 starting April 1 and $440 starting May 1

Catching Fury STL

Middle school girls can experience a sneak peek of the active and adventurous Camp Fury STL during a day camp! Gain leadership and team-building skills, have a blast, and make new friends. Gear up and work alongside the elite women from St. Louis’ fire and police services while learning defensive tactics, hoselines, First Aid/CPR skills and handcuffing. This camp is inspired by Camp Fury STL and will offer a sampling of activities girls would experience during the week-long Resident Camp at a one-day event!

Date: Aug. 6
Grades: 5-7
Location: Eureka Fire Protection District Training Center, Pacific 63069

  • ARCH Air Medical
  • Ballwin Police Department
  • Big Boys Towing
  • Black Jack Fire Explorers
  • Clayton Fire Department
  • Clayton Police Department
  • Creve Coeur Police Department 
  • Ellisville Police Department
  • Eureka Fire Protection District
  • Fenton Fire Protection District
  • Gillian Satkus
  • Greater St. Louis Area Fire Chiefs Association
  • Hazelwood Fire Department
  • Hazelwood Police Department 
  • Hazelwood Police Benevolent Association in Support of Officer Crista Huff
  • Hurst Jaws of Life
  • International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2665
  • Kim Besserman, Executive Director Fire Standards Commission
  • Kirkwood Fire Department
  • Kristine Colter, in honor of John Colter
  • Maryland Heights Fire Protection District
  • Maryland Heights Fire Community Outreach
  • Maryland Heights Police Department
  • Metro West Fire Protection District
  • Metro West Community Outreach
  • Metropolitan Fire Marshalls Association 
  • Missouri State Highway Patrol
  • Pattonville Fire Protection District
  • Pattonville Professional Firefighters
  • P’sghetti’s - Fenton
  • Route 66 Police Explorers
  • SSM Cardinal Glennon Injury Prevention & EMS Outreach
  • St. Charles City Police Department
  • St. Charles County Police Department 
  • St. Louis Area Police Chiefs Association 
  • St. Louis Regional Bomb & Arson Unit
  • St. Louis County Crime Lab
  • St. Louis County Police and Fire Academy
  • St Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
  • St. Louis County Police Tactical Operations
  • Captain Jerry Kelly, Director St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy
  • Super Smokers- Eureka 
  • Town and Country Police Department
  • University of Missouri- St Louis
  • Valley Park Fire District
  • Viviano’s - Fenton
  • Wentzville Police Department

For more information about Camp Fury STL, please email Melissa Niedermann or call 314.592.2346.