Scout Florida Sea Base after Hurricane Irma
It survived in good enough shape to serve as the command center for out-of-state firefighters.
You can read the story in a NY Times article by Alan Blinder: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/17/us/irma-fema-rescue-florida-keys.html
The article starts with, "Boy Scouts usually fill the bunk beds here. They show up in the Keys for programs built around what this region is rightly famous for: salty air, sunny skies and pristine turquoise waters. But late on Monday night, the firefighters invaded the closed Scout camp."