Wichita area Retreat Center, located just outside of Wichita, off US 400 in Augusta, KS. Wheat State Retreat Center can accommodate groups of 15-400 overnight guests. All-inclusive packages bundle lodging, meeting, buffet dining and basic recreation.
Wheat State Retreat Center features year-round accommodations for up to 400 people in motel or dorm style lodging. Your group can choose to stay in deluxe motel style accommodations or more economical dorm style accommodations based on what fits your needs and budget. Linens are provided in motel style rooms, but not in dorm style rooms unless requested.
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Wheat State’s Dining Hall serves three main meals a day, offering guests a variety of hot and cold items sure to satisfy everyone’s appetite. Buffet dining (included in all retreat packages) offers multiple entrees, dessert, beverage center, etc. Groups can make a menu request to the Wheat State chefs, who will consider all the contracted groups scheduled and prepare food that will please everyone on grounds.
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Wheat State offers guests meeting spaces for small gatherings for groups of 20-50, meetings, seminars, and services for groups of 50-400, and large conference spaces with room for up to 500. The property also includes casual meeting areas built to host small groups and late night activities. Your group will enjoy exclusive use of one meeting space included in the group retreat package, plus AV equipment is included and set up before you arrive.
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Your group’s retreat package has choices for many year-round, indoor and outdoor activities. This includes use of our blacklight pickleball courts, sand volleyball, outdoor recreation fields and all the equipment your group will need. Your group will love climbing the rock wall, going off the blob or down the Slip and Slide at the beachfront, or shooting paintball guns! Hiking trails, walking paths with benches, and casual meeting areas are perfect for small group discussion or prayer.
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