The Firehall is a unique facility on the Crockett Lake side of Casey’s South Campus. As it’s name suggests, this building was originally built in the early 1900’s and served as a military fire station. In the 1970’s, the back portion of the building was converted to a three-bedroom house, which can accommodate groups of 6-11.
The covered front entry opens into a living room. Sofas and upholstered chairs offer places to lounge. Other features include a TV with a DVD/VCR player and a wood burning stove. Outside is a picnic table and firepit area.
A dining room and kitchen are just beyond the living room. The kitchen has standard household appliances including an electric four-burner stove & oven, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker & toaster. Basic cooking and baking utensils are supplied, as are dishes and cutlery for 11 people. A few dish towels are provided, but guests staying longer than two nights may want to bring extra. Kitchen paper products are not provided.
The Firehall’s three bedrooms each have varying bed arrangements including queens, doubles, singles and bunk beds. One standard bathroom is centrally located. Bedding is not provided, but linen packets are available to rent with prior notice. These packets include one sheet set, one blanket, one pillow, and one towel set.
Please click here for a building description and room layout of the Firehall.