wildwood foundation Wildwood Conservation Foundation

 

Facilities

Wildwood offers a variety of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces in a spectacular and very private setting.

garden

 


The TempleIndoor spaces range from the central lodge - a relaxed, intimate and light-filled gathering place for meals, music and fireside conversation, overlooking the gardens - to large conference rooms and a yurt. Our 1,800 square foot (30'x60') Conference Room features a garden atrium, forest views and pattio, and offers:
- Raised, vaulted ceiling with ceiling fans
- TV, DVD, and Stereo CD player
- Various lighting options, both incandescent & fluorescent
- Forced-air heating
- Carpeting with 1" pad
- Pillows, foam mats, 50 stacking chairs or 40 Backjack floor chairs
- Restroom

 

yurtOur 900 square foot yurt - set under the redwood trees and somewhat removed from the lodge and main meeting areas, offers:
- Hard-wood floor
- Stereo CD player, TV, and VCR
- Adjoining 900 square foot redwood deck with views into the forest
- Forced-air heating
- Pillows, foam mats, 50 stacking chairs or 40 Backjack floor chairs
- Views of the forest and gardens all around

 

Julie Andrews PointWildwood's more than 200 acres of woods and meadows include a year-round creek, seasonal waterfalls, and marked hiking trails. Julie Andrews Point - a large clearing overlooking a magnificent valley - provides a spectacular and sunny outdoor setting for group work, meditation, or simply watching the sun set behind the mountains.

 

 

 

pool and spaOther amenities include:
- Swimming Pool
- Large indoor hot-tub, with views of the pool and the night sky
- Sunning decks
- Landscaped gardens
- Marked hiking trails

 

 

memorialSlightly below Julie Andrews Point, two acres of forest have been set aside and named the Memorial Grove. This area allows people connected to Wildwood to honor people in their lives whether living or passed. It's a beautiful, leisurely walk to stroll through the trees and a serene place to meditate or to pause, appreciate and honor people in our lives while taking in the beauty and awe of nature.