The Roy W. Wilt Auditorium seats 186 people. The building is equipped with a hardwood floor stage, enclosed projection booth, stage lights with dimmers, and a ten (10) foot screen.
The projection booth is equipped with a public address system, video projector, slide projectors and overhead projectors. Microphones with boom stands and speaker podiums are also available.
The Sandy Creek Conservancy conference room is ideal for staff meetings away from the office. This room is equipped with executive high-back chairs, media center and wireless capabilities. Seating for 18-20 comfortably.
The Discovery Building houses offices for the McKeever staff, a library as well as three classroom/meeting areas. The center’s bookstore is also located in this building where you can find t-shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, coffee mugs, travel mugs, CD’s, cassettes and a large selection of environmental books. The bookstore also has a wonderful selection of children’s books.
The dining hall seats approximately 125 people. The building is equipped with round tables which creates a comfortable atmosphere for dining. A fireplace and public address system are located in this building. The McKeever Center Food Service can handle any of your dining needs with a variety of menus.
Each lodge can accommodate 50 people and has two (2) large dormitory style wings equipped with individual showers and toilets. A small private room is available in each wing of each lodge. Click here for rental information.
A central lounge area with a fireplace is located in the center of each lodge creating a warm atmosphere for gathering and socializing.
A short walk into the forest leads to the Outdoor Amphitheater; an ideal site for evening campfires, storytelling sessions or just a place to relax at the end of a day. The outdoor amphitheater can seat up to 100 people and is equipped with a small stage and fireplace.
Nestled in the forest surrounded by towering trees, is the Freni Pavilion. This covered outdoor classroom can seat 50 people and is ideal for outdoor instruction. Even in a mild summer rain, it’s a wonderful alternative to being inside. This classroom was built using rough-cut hemlock (no treated lumber).
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