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Camp Weed & Cerveny Conference Center


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Camp Weed & Cerveny Conference Center is a 520 acre sanctuary. Excellent culinary services, quiet guest rooms, air conditioned cabins, RV & tent sites with 50/30 amp hook-ups. Bathhouse with showers and bathrooms. Spanish Moss hanging from the sprawling limbs of age old Live Oak trees are just some of the reasons why you should visit us.

Our facilities are modern and ideal for weddings, receptions, family reunions, corporate meetings and training. For corporate or business guests, much can be accomplished in our meeting spaces.  We're able to host groups of 20 to 500 with the perfect balance of work and relaxation.  Our location is central to north Florida and just minutes from I-10 and I-75. Our architectural award winning Mandi's Chapel has been voted one of Florida's top favorites by Florida Association of American Institutes of Architects (AIA Florida). We were voted, BEST of the BEST for weddings and receptions in our region since 2009. Camp Weed and Cerveny Conference is located in the midst of the greatest concentration of fresh water springs in the world.  Visit us and experience the peace and quiet of our rolling hills and long vistas. You will be refreshed and renewed. Camp Weed & Cerveny Conference Center is owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Florida and has been having summer youth camps since 1924.

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  • Handicapped Parking
  • Roll-in Showers
  • Shower Grab Bar
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  • Family Friendly
  • Wireless (Wi-Fi)
  • Suitable for Ages
  • All Ages


Hernando DeSoto Trail & Indians of Camp Weed

September 13, 2014
Join us as we relive Hernando Desoto Trail of 1539 and the period which changed the landscape of this area forever. Come explore an actual site which as produced numerous artifacts from the period. Enjoy a lunch like the indigenous people would have had and grown on our grounds in 1539.

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