Camp Fire First Texas Resource Center Facilities Rental

The Zem Neill Camp Fire Resource Center provides flexible, easy-to-access meeting rooms in north Fort Worth.

Rentals are available Monday through Friday.

Conference Room Rentals Include:

  • Five versatile rooms with flexible configurations for 8 to 160 people

  • Ample registration and reception space

  • High-speed fiber optic WiFi access for presenters and guests

  • Podium

  • Free parking

  • Outside Catering Allowed

  • Renting from a nonprofit organization is socially responsible

Additional Fee-Based Options:

  • Copy and fax service

  • LCD projectors and screens

  • Flip charts and dry erase boards

Conference Room Details and Pricing

Camp Fire conference room table arrangement diagrams for facilities rentals


Fee Per Day Classroom Style Horseshoe Style Theater Style Boardroom

& Other

Size Dimensions
President’s $200 Seats 10 254 sq. ft. 10’6″ x 24′
C & D $300  Seats 18 Seats 18 Seats 60 700 sq. ft. 30′ x 22′
F $300  Seats 30 Seats 24 Seats 80 Seats 48 1150 sq. ft. 34′ x 34′
G $300  Seats 30 Seats 24 Seats 80 Seats 48 1150 sq. ft. 34′ x 34′
F & G $600  Seats 60 Seats 30 Seats 100 Seats 90 2300 sq. ft. 34′ x 68′
L $250 Seats 10 544 sq. ft. 34′ x 16′

Fee includes room, tables and chairs, parking lot spaces. Pricing Effective February 2024.

A/V Service Fees

  • LCD Projector: $100/day
  • Large Dry Erase Board: no charge
  • Extension Cords: no charge
  • Power Strips: no charge

Located at 2700 Meacham Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76137, the Camp Fire Resource Center is just 10 minutes north of downtown Fort Worth off I-35W at the intersection of Meacham Blvd and Polaris.

“Thanks so much for everything, the room worked out perfectly!  I’m sure we’ll see you again for our future training needs.”
Scott Solomon, BNSF Railway

Rental of the Camp Fire Resource Center supports Camp Fire First Texas, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that invests in North Texas communities by providing out-of-school time and outdoor learning programs for children and youth while also offering workforce development programs for early childhood educators. Revenues help provide camp scholarships, educational opportunities for child care providers, afterschool and teen enrichment programs.