Stony Point offers more than a dozen indoor and outdoor meeting spaces for 10 to 200 people. Most of our rooms are fully accessible for people with disabilities. All rooms except the Meditation Space have wireless Internet access. Audiovisual equipment, photocopying and fax are also available. Meeting spaces are described below.
Evergreen is our main building on campus and has a variety of conference spaces all under one roof, along with our dining hall, fair trade gift shop and administrative offices, view our photo gallery below.
Pictured Above: Seminar 1 (The Living Room) is a small group conversation space for up to 15 people.
Pictured Above: Seminar 2, can be used separately for 15 people or combined with Seminar 3, may seat up to 30.
Pictured Above: Seminars 2& 3 combined, setup in a collaborative style.
Maple Lodges & Conference Space
Maple is one of our largest lodges and contains 3 wings of accommodations and 4 meeting spaces.
Pictured Below: Maple A meeting space offers accomodations for up to 70 people.
Pictured Below: Maple B, offers seating for 40.
Maple C: Offers smaller group meeting space for 12
Lower Maple: Seats 30-35
Lodges (Beech Tree, Walnut, and Magnolia)
Each lodge contains a small lounge in the center of it. You can find building layouts here.
Lounges: 15-20 people for small group meetings
Gilmor Sloane House
The Gilmor Sloane House has accommodations upstairs and a variety of meeting spaces downstairs.
Gilmor Sloane Meeting Spaces
Formal Living Room: seats 20
Small Living Area: seats 12
Formal Dining Room: seats 25
Small Dining Room: seats 12 to 15
The Allison House is off campus and therefore tends to be used by smaller groups. There are accommodations in the upstairs with meeting spaces and a kitchen downstairs.
The living room as a meeting space can comfortably seat 15 to 18 and is adjacent to a large dining room.
The Art Space at Stony Point is a new facility. There are pottery, fiber arts, and woodworking studios, as well as a Gallery and Great Room. The Great Room is ideal for quilters, scrapbookers, painters, weavers, puppet makers - it is bright and open, with skylights and lots of windows. The studios can be used for a number of different things: paper making, dyeing, collage, pottery. It is handicapped accessible.
Fiber Arts Studio, 12
Pottery Studio, 10
Great Room, 50 in theater-style seating or 12-24 with work tables.