Cassadaga is one of those quaint little Central Florida towns that you might just drive through on the way to somewhere else with hardly a glance. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and thus provides a step back in time. It is filled with residents that don't look any different from you or me. There is nothing scary or spooky about Cassadaga.
Cassadaga was founded in 1894 by spiritualists who were looking for a warm weather retreat from the harsh New York winters. Today, Church members occupy fifty-seven acres of land that is collectively owned. Defined by its folklore, this religious group is really not very different from other religious groups. They believe in God and the Golden Rule. They are different only in their belief that they can communicate with the dead.
Readings by the Camp's certified mediums are intended to give you insight into your life or perhaps let you commune with the dearly departed. Other services include psychics, palm and card readers, tarot readings, and handwriting analysis.
If ghostly gatherings and "reading" retreats are your thing and you'd like to spend some time in Cassadaga, the Cassadaga Hotel is located in the center of the spiritualist community. Or, if you would rather put a bit of distance between you and the spiritualists, there are two nearby bed & breakfasts — The Ann Stevens House, just blocks from the center of Cassadaga, and Cabin On The Lake, two miles from the town.
DirectionsThe Camp is located just off I-4 between Orlando and Daytona Beach approximately 30 to 45 minutes from the major attractions.