The Outhouse at the Clermont Historic Village is a replica of what was affectionately known as a “one seater” that was built as an Eagle Scout project lead by Jamaal Reid.  With the help of donated materials and volunteer labor, the outhouse was erected between the Kern and Townsend Houses. 

The Reid family was so impressed with Jamaal’s experience at the Historic Village that they requested to hold his Court of Honor (the ceremony where he was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout) at the Village.