Credit Cards Accepted: American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, Visa
# of Units/Rooms: 80
Name of Lake/River: ,
Restaurant on site/nearby
Seating Capacity: 250
No Smoking in Restaurant
Continues Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller’s legacy on Petit Jean Mountain as a center for thought leadership and a premier conference and education center. Its unique location, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, and a variety of recreational activities, make it a perfect venue to host a conference, meeting, or retreat. With over 17,000 sq. feet of meeting space, including 16 meeting and breakout rooms, state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment, and professionally trained on-site meeting managers, you can see why WRI has been named by readers of Arkansas Business as the 2011 Best Place for a Corporate Retreat.
Directions: Exit 108 off I-40 at Morrilton, take Ark. 9 Bypass south to Oppelo for 5.3 miles. Turn right onto Ark. 154 and travel 7.3 miles to the top of Petit Jean Mountain. Turn right at Winrock Drive and continue four miles. Turn left on Montgomery Trace and go one mile. Go right on Rockefeller Drive then one mile; yield right at the large rock sign.
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Tina Marie May
I moved to Ada Valley in 1973, that is at the foot of the mountain, well close anyway!! I am now 45. I have to say that i am drawn to it, spent many days thruout the years. I now live about 40 miles round trip, but every time I get close to it , I get this overwhelming desire to just go, sit til my mined is clear. Most of my teen years where totally awesome. To this day I even dream of living on it. It is sooo beautiful all seasons, yet I like the winter here.