Camp Weed is an Episcopal camp operated by the Episcopal Diocese
of Florida for youth completing grades 2-11. The Camp has existed
for over 85 years in different locations in Northern Florida.
In 1978, Camp Weed moved to Live Oak, Florida where the facilities
have grown into what we now call, The Episcopal Center, Camp Weed
and Cerveny Conference Center. Campers of all denominations
are welcome to attend Camp Weed to experience wholesome Christian
fun in the great outdoors.
A typical day at Camp Weed begins with morning devotions,
breakfast, and cabin clean up. Swimming, archery, arts and
crafts, canoeing, and trail biking may follow as your cabin's
activities. There are optionals such as leather works, tie-dye,
sign language, and movie making to choose from for the afternoon
activities. Evenings begin with a message from the Deans and
a variety of all camp activities and programs. The
traditional Weed Wide Olympics is always a hit and creates
wonderful cabin camaraderie.
The Camp Weed staff is selected based on their spiritual and
emotional maturity, enthusiasm for working with youth, and ability
to be a team member and to lead camp activities. Each staff
member is given a criminal background check and personal interview,
is certified in CPR/AED and first aid, and has taken the
"Safeguarding God's Children" to help recognize and prevent abuse.
Camp Weed places the safety of its campers first in every aspect of
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