Tahquitz Pines features a wide variety of meeting room options designed to meet your
specific needs. Your group can take over the entire camp or just a few of our more
intimate areas. The choice is yours.
Our Morris Auditorium features a meeting room, dining hall, and lounge. This beautiful
building has a wrap-around wood deck with French doors, vaulted ceilings and wood
beams. The center accommodates up to 105 seated in the auditorium and up to 96 in
the dining hall. The Morris Lounge provides an intimate gathering area adjacent to
Frost Auditorium is the largest building on the grounds and features an auditorium,
dining room, and lounge. This extra large building features beautiful wood floors
and vaulted ceilings. With a stage at one end of the room and a stone fireplace with
an open lounge area at the other end, this main room seats up to 180. Meals are prepared
and served by our resident kitchen staff in our Frost Dining Room, with seating up
to 136. Frost Lounge has a wood-burning fireplace and cozy couches for conversation
and fellowship. Views of the creek, woods and wildlife surrounding Tahquitz Pines
can be enjoyed from the lounge windows.
Our Creighton meeting room offers a smaller venue, perfect for a more stripped-down
retreat. The Creighton meeting room offers seating for up to 60 and a small lounge
below meeting room.
A pool table, ping-pong table and foosball table are available in the Recreation Room.
Additional facilities feature smaller, more intimate meeting rooms and a chapel.
For everything from high-energy activities for your athletic enthusiasts, to a quiet
place for reflection and prayer, Tahquitz Pines has been designed to serve the needs
of your specific retreat. We are continually working to update and upgrade the camp,
so be sure to come back and check our website for our latest additions. Outdoor activities
for the mind, body and soul:
Outdoor activities for the mind, body and soul:
Indoor activities for fun and fellowship:
Explore beyond the camp to enjoy the local color and majestic views of God’s creation: