Floor Plans & Maps

We have lots of locations for your group to gather. Whether you have a group of 10 people and need a meeting space, or you have a large event with 300 people, we have many great spaces to choose from.

A landscape view of the property with Tu

Our main campus extends from the organic garden to the dining hall, and includes all the cabins and meeting spaces in between. Trails spur from various locations on main campus and invite you into the lush bay woodland forest.


Cabin with bunk beds

Our cabins are surrounded by 1,700 acres of open space and bay forest. All of our heated cabins feature Central City Beds and are also in close proximity to the Bathhouse. 13 of our cabins surround a central Bathhouse, while several of our other cabins have their own bathroom and shower facilities. Please bring your own bedding or sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, and towel.


Lodge with two twin beds

Four lodges are available that offer semi-private rooms, each shared by two-five people. These lodges include fresh linens, as well as a common area, heating, showers, and shared restrooms. If you would like to book a private room, you can select that option while registering. All of our lodges have access to wireless internet.  If you would like to learn more about each lodge, take a look at their floor plans.

Willow Lodge

Buckeye Lodge

Sequoia Lodge

Cypress Lodge

Teachers Lodge


Willow Lodge meeting room

Whether meeting for conversations, readings, workshops, or breakout sessions, we have plenty of versatile spaces for you. Several outdoor spaces like our amphitheater also make great places to meet, as does our beautiful barn from 1914. Chairs, tables, poster boards, and audio-visual equipment can be provided as well. All of our meeting spaces have access to wireless internet.


A trail leading to main campus with flow

We have over 20 miles of trails for you to explore at your own pace, or with the added wisdom of one of our Naturalist staff. If you are craving a longer hike, we recommend heading for Walker Peak with its panoramic view of Tomales Bay and the Sonoma Mountains. For a shorter hike, a staff favorite leads you from the garden entrance to our creekside trails. Keep an eye out for banana slugs, deer, fox, turkey vultures, and newts!