The Land’s structures, ranging from a historic lodge to an old horse barn, cabins from the mid-20th Century to more contemporary homes, provide comfort and character to the overall ecosystem of the property. There are places to gather, places to eat with friends, places to learn, and places to get to know yourselves and those around you a little better.
Our historic lodge was built in the 1950’s using wood milled from a single redwood tree and has been the joyful respite for thousands of happy pilgrims throughout the decades. Features include:
Seating for up to 100
More than 10 large, industrial wooden tables
Certified commercial kitchen
Ample skylights throughout dining and kitchen
The Course Room
Our course room was recently renovated to include large office space, ADA-accessible bathroom and beautiful, minimal main meeting hall.
Hi Speed WIFI 60-80 mbs
A/V set up including projector
Meditation cushions, blankets, chairs, and yoga mats
A horse barn built in the 1960’s by Irving Newman with locally milled redwood, the barn was built with a second floor to store the hay along with an industrial pulley system. The Land converted the Barn to a meditation hall in its first 2 years of operations. The barn is currently under an exciting renovation that will modernize its amenities and accessibility, using some of the original wood, and preserving its historical footprint on the property.
2 Floor structure
WIFI and AV equipped
Meditation and yoga supplies throughout