Whether for a personal, or church-wide retreat, meeting, picnic, or reunion, there are various ways to partake of Wesley Gardens Retreat. The below list should give you a feel for options, but don’t hesitate to contact us with further questions or ideas. (Do note that alcohol is not allowed on the property.)
Includes: 7 large bedrooms (sleeps 30), 5 full baths, large dining & meeting room overlooking Moon River, catering and serving kitchens, a reading room, living room, and outdoor patio. The house is wheelchair accessible.
A quaint one-bedroom cottage with a kitchen, dining area, living room, and full bath. Perfect for a personal or couple's retreat.
With an open floor plan and a youthful feel, the Boat House is suited for a day-time small group retreat, or class. It includes a living and dining area, as well as partial kitchen (refrigerator, microwave, sink), half-bath, large screened-in porch on the front, and a spacious back deck with a grill and wonderful view of the marsh.
Two small rooms plus a bathroom...just a few steps from the Main House, the nursery is ideal for gatherings that would benefit from a sitter, or space for young children to play.
Overlooking Moon River and the gazebo/memory garden, the chapel seats 100-120 people and is handicapped accessible.
Ideal for outdoor retreats and picnics, the pavilion includes a commercial gas range and sinks, oyster-roaster, gas grill, and ice-machine. Restrooms, a playground, and fire-pit, are right beside it. Picnic tables seat 60-80.
A spacious, deep-water dock with panoramic views of Moon River. The upper deck has benches, two picnic tables, a sink and an outdoor shower. The lower floating dock provides space for kayaking, rowing, and boat anchoring.
With a trickling water fountain and gazebo overlooking Moon River, the Memory Garden provides a quiet space for prayer, meditation, or simply visiting with a friend.
Surrounded by woods and overlooking the marsh, this space is set aside for an outdoor service or gathering.
The labyrinth is a circular, maze-like path historically used as a tool to aid in prayer and meditation.
They weave through the gardens, around the woods and along the marsh. +