6757 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32211-8729

Elizabeth S. and William H. Walton Jr. Boathouse

Set on the scenic waterfront Knight Sports Campus, Episcopal's Walton Boathouse gives direct river access to the rowing teams. The ample bays are capable of holding the rowers' many shells and the building is complete with erg machines, work-out facilities, meeting and locker rooms and a lounge overlooking the water. Dedicated January 10, 2004, the Walton Boathouse has become an important fixture for the rowing teams, which have brought home many awards since its construction. The boathouse is located on Episcopal's Knight Campus.

Clements Tennis Center

The new tennis center located on the Knight Sports Campus was completed in 2016 as part of the Lead the Way Capital Campaign. It features 10 lighted tennis courts, including a stadium court, built to USTA specifications. The Knight Sports Complex is located at 6757 Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32211.

Schmidt Field and Crandall-Giles Field

Schmidt Field and Crandall-Giles Field, both named in 2017 as part of the Lead the Way Capital Campaign, are located on the Knight Sports Campus and allow more space for ESJ’s growing lacrosse and soccer programs.

Conser Beach Volleyball Center

The Beach Volleyball Program is the newest program in the ESJ athletic department. The program is entering its second full season under the leadership of head coach, Marco Macias. The Beach Volleyball Program practices and competes at the Conser Beach Volleyball Center on the Knight Sports Complex, dedicated in 2021.


Lacrosse Box

A Lacrosse Box facility helps student-athletes in the boys and girls lacrosse programs to build their skills. The confined playing area forces quicker decision making, confidence under pressure and sharper stick skills. Missed passes and shots result in a rebound, so there is no stoppage in play. In this space, smaller goals and bigger goalie pads teach players to have added focus while shooting. No defensive lacrosse sticks are allowed so players learn to play defense with good positioning and footwork. Unlike field lacrosse, players play both offensive and defense in box lacrosse, developing a complete skill set. This new equipment was made possible by the generous support of donors.