The Tupelo Pavilion is just the place for picnics, cook-outs, reunions, or any other event, including weddings, that is more fun in the great outdoors. Overlooking a large meadow, the pavilion is equipped with 15 picnic-style tables, restrooms, and a caterer’s kitchen with icemaker, refrigerator, freezer, prep area, and microwave (no stove).
CAPACITY: Sleeps 10
This two-story house adjacent to Tupelo Pavilion has a full kitchen, five full baths (3 downstairs and 2 upstairs), four bedrooms, and 2 futons (in upstairs living area), and conference room.
The secluded, rustic cabin has two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with three twin beds. It also has a full kitchen, two full bathrooms, and a screened-in porch.
Elliott-Wharton Conference Room
With a capacity for up to 120 in a classroom-style setting and generous windows for plenty of natural light and views of the forests and courtyard, the Elliott-Wharton Conference Room provides seamless support for your next meeting. Includes access deck, courtyard, and caterer’s kitchen with icemaker, refrigerator, freezer, prep area, and microwave (no stove). Renter can arrange tables and chairs as desired but must return to original classroom-style setup upon departure.
McCollum Seminar Room
For smaller meetings, the McCollum Seminar Room, overlooking the banks of Cornish Creek, has room for 40 in a conference-style setting or 56 in a classroom setting.
The capacity for the smallest of facilities at Georgia Wildlife Federation is 30 in a classroom setting and 24 in a conference setting. With wooded views for color in any season, the Rithmire Classroom makes learning more relaxing.