Our general pricing is outlined below. Special consideration can be given as each package may be customized to each group. Special fees may be added for additional services. As a Not–For–Profit conference center, most of our pricing is averaged at cost.
Certain fees are subject to Indiana State Sales Tax and Wayne County Innkeepers Tax.
|Evans House Dining Room||$35 an hour|
|Single room||$50 per night|
|Shared room||$80 per night|
|1 night/2 meals||$82 per person|
|1 night/3 meals||$97 per person|
|1 night/4 meals||$110 per person|
|2 nights/4 meals||$156 per person|
|2 nights/5 meals||$171 per person|
|2 nights/6 meals||$184 per person|
Prices are subject to change without prior notice
Location and Surroundings
Our retreat center is located on a beautiful 25 acre campus South of I–70 just off of US 27. The wooded landscape gives our campus a real sense of seclusion. We have green space available for our guests to enjoy along with a one mile hiking trail through the woods and down to a local waterfall. On our grounds are also an amphitheater that will seat over 100 guests and a picnic shelter for use by our guests.
There are also nearby parks and recreational areas. The 20 acre Springwood Park is just ½ of a mile away. Just ¾ of a mile is the Cardinal Greenway; the longest rail-trail in Indiana, spanning approximately 60 miles from Richmond to Marion. The Greenway is ideal for walking, jogging, biking or rollerblading. Nearby and next to the Cardinal Greenway is the Cycling and Fitness Warehouse where you can purchase a day pass for the fitness center, or you may rent bicycles during your stay with us. There is also a Wellness Center at Earlham College that guests can purchase a day pass for their facilities use.
Built in 1855, the Evans' home was the center of a Quaker family's life. Several homes were located up on the ridge and their mill was located down in the valley. For many years the Evans' home was known for its warmth and hospitality. In the 1940's its transition was begun into the conference center of today.
Built in 1971, the Woodard Lodge is a comfortable setting with independent heat and air in each room and each room has self contained bathrooms.
The Solitude Room, located at Woodard Lodge, is a room we designate for personal retreats. It is a nice large room with a queen bed and a twin bed, small sofa, mini-refrigerator, microwave and self contained bathroom and shower.
On our grounds we also have an outdoor amphitheater that can seat over a hundred guests. Nestled in the woods along a bank, it provides an excellent location for outdoor meetings, small concerts, worship services, and small plays. It is easily accessible and located near the Evans House.
The picnic shelter is located just west of the Evans House, and has a 30 ft X 32 ft concrete pad under roof with picnic tables and benches for about 40 guests.
Quaker Hill Conference Center also can offer a limited number of long term apartments. The apartments maybe furnished or unfurnished depending on the situation.