Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Welcome Center
Welcome Center and bookstore for the Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp Meeting Association (SCSCMA). Unique, world-renowned community of psychics, mediums, and healers.
Located on land donated by George P. Colby in 1895, the Camp is the oldest continuously active religious community in the Southeastern United States. The primary road, Stevens Street, is named for Ann Stevens in acknowledgment of her support and assistance to Colby, Spiritualism, and the Association. The community was founded by a group of Modern Spiritualists who had successfully established a similar camp, Lilydale, fifteen years earlier. The Lilydale Camp is located next to Cassadaga Lakes, a chain of lakes south of Buffalo, NY. The Florida camp was named in honor of its predecessor.
The Cassadaga Camp originally served as a meeting place for annual 6-week winter gatherings, an educational center for Modern Spiritualism, and a winter retreat to escape northern winters. It is now open throughout the year, and hosts quarterly gala days in February, May, August, and November.