Getting Here: Still Meadow Retreat Center
Our next Lift Off Retreat will be held in Portland at Still Meadow Retreat Center on September 13 – 16, 2012.
Still Meadow Retreat Center is a gorgeous and grounded retreat center about 15 minutes outside of Portland, Oregon. We choose facilities in restorative locations away from the hustle and bustle of cities so we can all take a while to breathe, relax, and get down to business. Yes, it’s an odd harmony, but it works.
The slideshow below will give you a good feel for the place.
How to Get To Still Meadow Retreat Center
We’ll be providing more information to Lift Off participants after we’ve confirmed that you’re a good fit for the program. We’re providing the information below so you can get some preliminary planning done.
Also note that we’ll be managing all of the coordination with Still Meadow Retreat Center, so you won’t need to worry to about calling and making arrangements. Make the commitment to Lift Off and get to Still Meadow – we’ll take care of the rest.
Still Meadow Retreat Center’s Address:
Still Meadow Conference & Retreat Center
16561 SE Marna Road
Damascus, Oregon 97089
From I-205, take exit 12 to Clackamas/Estacada heading east on Hwy 212/224. Travel 3.1 miles to the “Y” of Hwy 212/224 and at the stop light, bear right onto Hwy 224. In one mile you will pass through Carver where the road curves to the left. Travel about 2 more miles and turn left onto Marna Road. Follow Marna Road about 1/4 mile to the top of the hill. Just past the cedar home on the left, watch for the Still Meadow sign marking the gravel driveway. Follow the driveway to parking area.
If you are coming into the Portland International Airport and need transportation, here are some recommendations:
Northwest Concierge Shuttle Service
Got Special Dietary Needs?
We’ll be sending out a dietary requirements form as part of the intake process, so we’ll make sure we’ll provide safe and healthy food for you. Still Meadow is suited to handling special diet requests.
We were especially delighted about the quality and quantity of food available when we held Lift Off 2 at Still Meadow in 2010 and Lift Off 4 in 2011. You won’t be hungry and most of the food is made from scratch using local and organic products.
Historically, Lift Off participants are concerned about whether they need to bring food and snacks. We’ve found that after about 15 minutes, the nervousness of a new event and people has subsided and it’s a non-issue. If you know that you will want or need certain foods or drinks though, please do feel free to bring it along with you.