Green Mountain Retreat contains a number of historic structures including a few that were relocated from the Tevis Estate in 1909. The Tevis Estate was located on the adjacent property which is now part of the Bear Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve (Mid-Peninsula Open Space District).
The building structures range in design from rustic, Spanish Colonial Revival, to modern. The newest structure is the Welcome Center and Dining Room, which was built in 2005. The Welcome Center is a LEED Gold Certified building for its energy efficiency and green construction. The Main Hall (Pueblo Lodge) is the largest building and is a strikingly beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival design. There are also several smaller rustic cottages on the property. Julia Morgan, the renowned architect of the Hearst Mansion, was instrumental in the architectural designs when Green Mountain was owned by Montezuma Mountain School for Boys from 1911 to 1955.
Today, Green Mountain Retreat offers an assortment of meeting space options. We can accommodate a small group of 20 or a large group up to 200 people for day use and 150 overnight guests. Whether you’re looking for a place to host an educational or religious conference, a retreat, social gathering, corporate event, or one-day meeting, Green Mountain Retreat is the ideal venue for you.
List of Amenities:
- Room for 150 overnight guests, bedding and linens provided
- Small and large meeting areas for 20 to 200 people
- Classroom meeting spaces
- Theater/presentation space with stage, lighting, and sound
- Amphitheater for outside events
- Outdoor activities – pool, basketball court, archery, and climbing wall
- Meeting room equipment – tables, chairs, and whiteboard available
- Audio/video equipment and tech support to meet your needs
- Guest WiFi available
- Meal, drinks, and snack packages available
- Free parking