Fire Mountain Scout Camp

Fire Mountain Scout Camp McKinley Museum

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Thanks to the support of the McKinley family, the Mount Baker Council Properties Committee, and the Fire Mountain Staff Alumni Association the musuem works to preserve and share the history of the Mount Baker Council and its historic past including; Evergreen Area Council, Mount Baker Area Council, Camp Tyree, Camp 22, Camp Kelcema, Camp Sevenich, Camp Black Mountain, and Fire Mountain Scout Camp. The museum also has unique artifacts from the national Scouting movement.

You can learn more about our museum board - here

Do you have an item you would like to donate, or looking to provide financial support to the musuem? Vist our Musuem Donations page.


The McKinley Museum seeks to deepen the

understanding of the Mt. Baker Council

and Evergreen Area Council

through the preservation of historic

artifacts related to the history of

Scouting, and its camps.

The Museum collections will be a

resource to collect, preserve, and

educate the Scouting community in

the Mount Baker Council.

Upcoming Open Dates

Date Event Hours
Saturday Oct 7thCub Scout Day10 - 5pm
Saturday Oct 14thWork Party and OA Fall Fellowship9am - Noon
Saturday Oct 14thMuseum Board Meeting1 - 3pm
Saturday Oct 28thHaunted Camp1 - 6pm

Would you like the museum open for your event?

If you would like to request the museum be open on a Friday or Saturday not listed above please reach out to Edwin Lambert - at least 30-days in advance.