Rec Room

Occasionally, the Rec Room is available as a meeting space. The Rec Room holds several round tables with chairs and can be set up with a TV or projector. A small sound board is available to play music through the speakers. And, of course, there are foosball tables, a carpetball table, ping pong, and a pool table available for use, as well as a selection of board games. Make sure to talk to your Retreats planner to see if this option is a good fit for your group.

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Lakeview Meeting Space

Lakeview’s meeting room is a small meeting space in-between the north and south wings of the Lakeview lodge. The meeting room boasts a view of the lake and has a full-size fridge and a microwave. The Lakeview meeting room is just right for small sessions and breakout groups.

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Hickory Meeting Space (Hearth Room)

Hickory’s meeting room, historically known as the Hearth Room, is a small meeting space in the Hickory lodge. This cozy space has a fireplace, a pull-down projector screen, and a microwave. Hickory’s meeting room is a great addition to your retreat and is perfect as a breakout space or a place for late-night meetings without having to leave your lodge.

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Boldt Conference Room

The Boldt meeting room is found in the back of the west wing of Rest-A-While. It contains a sink, a separate entrance with a porch, and a bathroom. Boldt is perfect for smaller groups or breakout sessions.

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Cedars Meeting Space

Cedars Meeting Space is located beneath Cedars units 9 and 10. This mid-sized meeting room has a sink and a microwave, as well as a bathroom. A pull-down projector screen is located in one corner of the room and can be set up with a projector. A sound system can also be included with a podium, music stands, and a piano keyboard, if available. Cedars Meeting Space can be used as a storm shelter in the case of severe weather.

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Ball Meeting Room in Lower Oaks

The Ball meeting space is great for small groups and contains a mini fridge, sink, and microwave. This room, the final located in Lower Oaks, often contains pews and is a favorite for being set up as a prayer room. Ball has a view of the lake and a door that exits out onto the veranda.
 
Lower Oaks is located underneath the Oaks Dining Hall and is home to the Moody, Woolley, Rader, and Ball meeting rooms. Lower Oaks can be accessed by stairs or elevator and has an additional set of restrooms.
 

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Rader Meeting Room in Lower Oaks

The Rader meeting space is excellent for mid-sized groups. Rader, located in Lower Oaks, also boasts a view of the lake. While it does not have a door to directly exit onto the veranda, the hallway outside of Rader leads to an exit door that allows you to easily walk around the building out onto the veranda. A dividing wall is between Rader and Woolley and can be taken down to allow one group to use two separate spaces.
 
Lower Oaks is located underneath the Oaks Dining Hall and is home to the Moody, Woolley, Rader, and Ball meeting rooms. Lower Oaks can be accessed by stairs or elevator and has an additional set of restrooms.

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Woolley Meeting Room in Lower Oaks

The Woolley meeting space is another conference room found in Lower Oaks. It contains a fireplace and a view of the lake, and it also has a door leading to the veranda. A dividing wall between Moody and Woolley can be removed to create a large space. Moody and Woolley are close in size and are the two largest rooms in Lower Oaks.
 
Lower Oaks is located underneath the Oaks Dining Hall and is home to the Moody, Woolley, Rader, and Ball meeting rooms. Lower Oaks can be accessed by stairs or elevator and has an additional set of restrooms.

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Moody Meeting Room in Lower Oaks

The Moody meeting space is one of four conference rooms in Lower Oaks, which is located beneath the Oaks Dining Hall. This space can fit a larger-sized group for meetings or can be used for indoor games. A row of windows provides a beautiful view of Cedar Lake, and a door leads out onto the veranda for additional seating, when available.
 
Lower Oaks is located underneath the Oaks Dining Hall and is home to the Moody, Woolley, Rader, and Ball meeting rooms. Lower Oaks can be accessed by stairs or elevator and has an additional set of restrooms.
 

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Torrey Auditorium

Torrey Auditorium is a meeting space with a lot of history. What was once an open-air hall is now an updated auditorium (with heat and A/C) and features a sound board, two projectors, and a stage with lighting and a confidence monitor. A piano is located on the stage, and options are available for connecting your instruments to our sound system. Torrey is filled with pews and is our largest meeting space, great for the biggest groups and conferences. Windows line three of Torrey’s four sides, providing a stunning view of the grounds. A porch is right outside of Torrey and connects stairs and a ramp to Torrey’s entrance. We think you’ll fall in love with Torrey just as much as we have.

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