Carroll Manor Fire Company

Proudly Serving Frederick County and Our Community Since 1953

It's that time of year again - the weather's warmer, the nights are longer and the lights shine bright at the Carroll Manor Fire Company Carnival!

Come out and join us for some delicious food, including top notch crab cakes, pit beef and fried chicken - yum! 

The kitchen and food stands are open from 5 pm to 10 pm. We'll also have exciting rides from 7 pm till close. One price rides every night.

Not a rides person? There's fun for you too! We'll have games, as well as raffles and cash bingo nightly. There will also be live entertainment every night, so don't forget to bring a blanket or lawn chair.

It's kid friendly and fun for all ages, so get the summer started off right - gather up your crew for some affordable family fun! Hope to see you there!

The carnival grounds is located in historic Adamstown at the end of Washington St. GPS location 2500 Washington St Adamstown, MD 21710.

Entertainment Schedule

6/12/17 - Debbie Williams & The East Coast Cowboys

6/13/17 - Brandy Stills Band

6/14/17 - Cookin' with Fire

6/15/17 - Inside Out Band

6/16/17 - Donnie Wood & The Front Porch Boys (Donnie Wood Music)

6/17/17 - BrushFire

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Welcome to the Carroll Manor Fire Company website. 

We are located in Frederick County, MD and service Adamstown, Point of Rocks and surrounding communities.

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Our Vision
  • To be recognized as leaders in our profession, and as community role models.
  • To provide responsive services to the citizens by wisely investing in training, education and equipment.
  • To be accountable to each other and strive to promote one another’s abilities as we guide the company into the future. 


Our Mission Statement…

The mission of the Carroll Manor Fire Company is to protect the lives, property, and environment of the citizens of our community by providing the highest level of service through fire prevention, public education, fire suppression, emergency medical services, and the mitigation of the effects of natural and man made disasters consistent with the resources and funding available.