A hideaway above the city, Mount Sequoyah offers a pleasant and unique change from hotels or convention centers. For almost a century, friends, family and colleagues have gathered on 32 private acres for meetings, trainings, conferences and retreats.

The campus offers a place of solitude and numerous meeting and lodging locations while convenient to cultural venues, world class art, sporting events, shopping and eateries.

Mount Sequoyah Retreat Center welcomes individuals and families, as well as, faith groups, non-profit groups, and business leaders looking to bring focus and direction for their missions and purposes.

Located just minutes from outdoor recreational activities in the Ozarks, the University of Arkansas, a regional airport, and many historical places that are within a short driving distance. However, most of our guests choose not to leave our beautiful campus.

It is our mission for you to leave happier and better than when you first arrived at Mount Sequoyah. It is a treasure waiting for you to discover, or to enjoy when you return.

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  • Entrance Gates

    Enter the gates to 32 acres of peace and tranquility and leave your worries on the other side.

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  • The Fair Trade Gift Shop

    Mount Sequoyah has the only Fair Trade Gift Shop in Northwest Arkansas.

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  • Lousiana Friendship Plaza

    The Louisiana Friendship Plaza was created and dedicated to honor the efforts of Mount Sequoyah in hosting Katrina evacuees. The plaza offers a beautiful setting for weddings and gatherings.

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  • Wedding in Chapel

    The Chapel at Martin is one of many wedding venues on campus. The wooden pews and beams create a very charming and quaint place to have a wedding.

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  • Fall at Mount Sequoyah

    One of the most gorgeous times of the year to stay on the Mountain. During the crisp fall days, the majestic sugar maple trees are ablaze across the campus.

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  • The Cross

    Since 1936, the Cross at Mount Sequoyah has become an icon of Fayetteville and a popular visiting overlook to many who travel to Fayetteville.

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