LEGACY. COMMUNITY. CULTURE.
From its settlement in 1798 as a rugged New England farm, to the illustrious Montague Farm commune (1968-2002), to Zen Peacemakers (2002-2011), 177 Ripley Road seems to inspire magic. Its legacy is multifaceted: community building, spirituality, art, environmentalism and activism (for more on this, click HISTORY). Montague Retreat Center's mission is to extend that legacy by making this unique place available to the public for private functions, workshops, cultural events, and overnight retreats (corporate as well as educational). The Great Hall, our stunning, geothermal assembly space, is currently available for day or evening use (for more on this, click RENTALS). Our spacious commercial kitchen and tented stone patio are perfect for large functions (for more on this, click WEDDINGS). Our long-term building plan calls for accommodations for 54 guests and we currently have accommodations for 10.
Visiting Montague Retreat Center? Click HERE for an important travel note (or use Google Maps - Apple brings you to the rear entrance, which is closed).
A history of simplicity, courage, vision and
beauty to inspire your next event.
Geothermal barn and accommodations for
educational and corporate retreats, private
functions and cultural events.