Fire Mountain Scout Camp

Zipline tower with 1080-foot zipline
Zipline 1080-feet over Lake Challege to Bjorn's Island
Archery range
Archery merit badge instruction
Modern and black powder shotgun
.22 cal rifle range
40-foot climbing and rappelling tower
Rappelling down the tower
Natural river rock wall
First Aid instruction
Trading Post
Swimming at Lake Challenge
Sea Dog Marina on Lake Challenge
Boating on the lake
Patrol team building on the low COPE course
Climbing up to the high COPE course
Taking a big step
Crossing the bridge
Focused determination
Mountain biking program
Nature / Conservation program
Outdoor skills program
Crafts program
Fishing at Lake Challenge

Boy Scout Camp Program

Fire Mountain features programs and merit badge instruction in all of these areas:


Many programs outside of merit badge instruction focus on encouraging the Patrol Method, providing time in the afternoon's and evening's to do activities together as a patrol.

For the most up to date information about camp and the programs being offered please visit the official Mount Baker Council Camping site.

Cub Scout Programs

The camp typically hosts several Cub Scout programs throughout the year including both day camps and overnight camping.

For the most up to date information about camp and the programs being offered please visit the official Mount Baker Council Cub Camping site.

Offseason Programs

Fire Mountain plays host to many offseason users, such as Boy Scout Troops, Order of the Arrow events and leadership training programs like Woodbadge and JLT.

For information about upcoming offerings or to make a camp reservation please visit the Mount Baker Council site.