Firestone Scout Reservation
Located just off the 57 freeway, between the communities of Brea and Diamond Bar Close to millions of people, yet with the feel of a secluded ranch. Just miles from Knott's Berry Farm and Disneyland.
Support Any Sized Group
10 to 1000
Firestone has sites for small groups as well as those needing space for over 1,000 people. Intimate tree covered settings to large open fields await to provide the perfect private location for your activity.
Why Choose Firestone?
Freeway close to all of Southern California. Varied habitat for nature education. Safe and secure site closed to the public. Inexpensive. Resources to do things not practical on public lands.
Can I Use Firestone?
Registered B.S.A. groups. Non-profit groups serving youth,
with proof of insurance and liability waivers. Girl Scouts,
Schools, and Church groups. Others by special arrangement.
Day use $3.00 per day.
Friday night - Saturday day $3.00
Archery or shooting sports $2.00
** All prices are per person
(Groups must supply qualified leadership and reserve areas in advance).
What is there to do?
B.B. Gun range
Who do I contact?
Greater Los Angeles Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
2333 Scout Way
Los Angeles, Calif 90026
(213) 413-4400 X257
Will the gate be locked? No, it will be unlocked 1/2
hour prior to arrival time and stay unlocked during your
Can We have a Campfire? Only in approved campfire rings, during times of the year when the Fire Marshal has approved open flames. Check with the Ranger. (charcoal is O.K. The rest of the year)
What do we need to bring to check in? B.S.A. groups must provide tour permits and pay fees upon arrival. Non B.S.A. groups must provide proof of liability insurance, liability waivers and pay fee upon arrival. Camporees may elect to pay from invoice after event.
What about Trash? Groups are to follow the Leave No Trace Principles, Pack it in, PACK IT OUT. - NO TRASH SERVICE IS AVAILABLE!!
What about Toilet Facilities? Sites have portable toilets. OA site can use flush facilities at Trading Post. Camporees and other large groups need to provide additional toilets, at their own expense.
How are events managed? Groups provide their own leadership, plan and run their own events. Event leaders are responsible to supervise their participants, and ensure that the site is cleaned prior to departure.