Camp Beckwith, Weeks Bay

Fairhope, Alabama
Managed by Mobile Baykeeper

Camp Beckwith is located on Weeks Bay, a body of water that connects Fish River and Magnolia River to Mobile Bay. Beckwith was founded in 1933 and serves as the Camp and Conference Center the Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast. Camp Beckwith welcomes the community and the 82-acre facilities are often used for adult conferences, workshops, weddings, family reunions, and youth retreats. The conference center has various facility arrangements that can accommodate groups of 15-200. Onsite amenities include a challenge course, chapel, pavilion, pool, pier, dining hall, dorms and a motel. If interested, please contact the facility directly at 251-928-7844. Photo courtesy of Weeks Bay Foundation.

WATER QUALITY
  • Meets water quality standards
  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Mobile Baykeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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CURRENT WEATHER
25°C
Clear and sunny
MONITORING FREQUENCY

is sampled weekly from 1 January to 31 December

SOURCE INFORMATION

This beach information is maintained by Mobile Baykeeper, using data from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management and Alabama Department of Public Health. Depending on the site, samples are collected twice per week, once per week or once every other week during the swimming season (May through September) and once per month during the cooler months.

Water samples are analyzed for the indicator bacteria Enterococci. Beaches will be marked as unsafe (red) for swimming when sample results show more than 104 Enterococci colonies per 100 ml of water and will be marked as safe (green) when Enterococci colonies are below 104 colonies per 100 ml of water. A grey status indicates a lack of current or reliable data for a particular site.

Learn more about Mobile Baykeeper at http://mobilebaykeeper.org/

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Camp Beckwith, Weeks Bay

Fairhope, Alabama
Managed by Mobile Baykeeper

WATER QUALITY
  • Meets water quality standards
  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Mobile Baykeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   
CURRENT WEATHER
25°C
Clear and sunny

Camp Beckwith is located on Weeks Bay, a body of water that connects Fish River and Magnolia River to Mobile Bay. Beckwith was founded in 1933 and serves as the Camp and Conference Center the Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast. Camp Beckwith welcomes the community and the 82-acre facilities are often used for adult conferences, workshops, weddings, family reunions, and youth retreats. The conference center has various facility arrangements that can accommodate groups of 15-200. Onsite amenities include a challenge course, chapel, pavilion, pool, pier, dining hall, dorms and a motel. If interested, please contact the facility directly at 251-928-7844. Photo courtesy of Weeks Bay Foundation.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

is sampled weekly from 1 January to 31 December

SOURCE INFORMATION

This beach information is maintained by Mobile Baykeeper, using data from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management and Alabama Department of Public Health. Depending on the site, samples are collected twice per week, once per week or once every other week during the swimming season (May through September) and once per month during the cooler months.

Water samples are analyzed for the indicator bacteria Enterococci. Beaches will be marked as unsafe (red) for swimming when sample results show more than 104 Enterococci colonies per 100 ml of water and will be marked as safe (green) when Enterococci colonies are below 104 colonies per 100 ml of water. A grey status indicates a lack of current or reliable data for a particular site.

Learn more about Mobile Baykeeper at http://mobilebaykeeper.org/

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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