We have multiple meeting spaces which can accommodate specific needs. Contact a Guest Service Associate who can answer any questions you may have.

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Ponderosa Fireplace
Ponderosa Fireplace

Ponderosa interior light
Ponderosa interior light

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Originally the summer home of Mrs. Alice Bemis Taylor, Ponderosa Lodge was built in 1928 by J.J.B. Benedict, a pioneer in the Rustic Style of architecture. The historic log lodge features soaring cathedral ceilings, striking wood-burning fireplaces, and original wrought-iron fixtures. Balconies overlook both sides of the main hall and are available for extra seating. The front Meadow Room serves as break-out space for small gatherings. One of the two bathrooms is handicap accessible. Ponderosa can accommodate about 75 people.

Inglis Hall
Inglis Hall

Inglis Hall Business Meeting
Inglis Hall Business Meeting

Inglis Hall
Inglis Hall

Inglis Hall
Inglis Hall

Inglis Hall is a multi-purpose facility that combines the rustic charm of historic La Foret with the increasing demand for modern amenities required for most conferences and events. The large, main room offers a wood-burning fireplace, a raised stage, professional lighting system, sound system, and two restrooms with multiple facilities; there is a catering kitchen for group and professional use off the main hall. A large porch runs almost the length of the back of the building and provides magnificent views of the surrounding forest. Inglis Hall has a capacity of 200 people.

Carriage House
Carriage House

Carriage House
Carriage House

Carriage House Kitchen
Carriage House Kitchen

Carriage House
Carriage House

Another of the property’s original buildings, our historic Carriage House has been remodeled into a carpeted meeting space with electric fireplace, snack area with small refrigerator, and two bathrooms, one of which is handicap accessible. Carriage House can accommodate about 30-35 people.

Blue Spruce
Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce
Blue Spruce

Labyrinth
Labyrinth

Blue Spruce
Blue Spruce

Built in 1931 by renowned architect John Gaw Meem, Blue Spruce is another of La Foret’s historic buildings. Nestled in a secluded corner of La Foret, Blue Spruce’s main room offers a outstanding indoor-outdoor wood-burning fireplace and a wall of windows overlooking the Labyrinth. There are two smaller breakout rooms and two bathrooms. Blue Spruce can accommodate up to 40-50 people.

Chapel Courtyard
Chapel Courtyard

Chapel View of Pikes Peak
Chapel View of Pikes Peak

Chapel Courtyard
Chapel Courtyard

Chapel Courtyard
Chapel Courtyard

Taylor Memorial Chapel

Built in 1929, the chapel is a Santa Fe mission style piece of architecture erected by Alice Bemis-Taylor in memorial of her husband. The chapel lies near the far end of the meadow, near a gorge that opens up to show off a brilliant view of Pike's Peak. The chapel is decorated with brightly painted wood carvings showing off its Santa Fe charm. It includes a sound system and has an occupancy of 90 people.

Ben Smith
Ben Smith

Ban Smith exterior stables
Ban Smith exterior stables

Ben Smith Interior Stable
Ben Smith Interior Stable

Ben Smith
Ben Smith

Ben Smith

Located in our Yurt Village, what was once horse stables has been turned into a meeting area. To include to carpeted indoor rooms as well as a room with a refrigerator and tables. It also boasts a large deck with tables and chairs to enjoy the outdoors while meeting.