Multiple fire departments are on scene working to put out a fire in West Middlesex.

The fire is at a building at the National Association of the Church of God (NACOG) on the 400 block of Campground Road and broke out around 2:30 a.m.

Calls went out shortly after 2:45 a.m. for a tanker from across state lines to help put out the fire.

The NACOG Chief Operating Officer said the fire was at a dining and residence hall on the property.

Two people were inside and made it out safely.

According to the NACOG website, the campground is the oldest black-owned campground in the United States.

They were also preparing to host their Homecoming on the Hill event with people from all over the U.S., Caribbean and Africa for a week-long event beginning Sunday.

It's unclear if the fire will affect the event.

We have a 21 News crew at the scene gathering more information.