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Discover San Francisco's Best Nearby Outdoor Group Retreats

Discover San Francisco's Best Nearby Outdoor Group Retreats

Group retreats can help foster strong connections between individuals who work closely together. If you’re planning on organizing an outdoor group retreat for your team, you need to choose a space that will be able to cater to your needs without sacrificing accessibility. To help you with planning, from finding a private San Francisco bus rental to choosing your destination, here is your guide to the best outdoor group retreats near the city:

Choosing a Bus

When you’re traveling in a group, how do you choose the best transportation option? Well, you need to ask yourself three questions before you make a decision:
  • Are you planning on spending three or more hours straight on the road?
  • Do you need WiFi connection, extra space for luggage, or AV equipment?
  • How many people are in your group?

If you answered no in the first two questions, you can rent a mini bus (21 pax) or a school bus (47 pax) for your trip. Otherwise, it is advisable to rent a mini coach bus (32 pax) or a coach bus (55 pax) so you can have the amenities that you need. Once you’ve chosen the appropriate transportation, you can go ahead and ask for a quote for your corporate event or group retreat.

Picking a location

Now, let’s talk about the location. Where are the best outdoor group retreats near San Francisco? Here are five great places for you to choose from:

1. Outsite (San Francisco)

Outsite places great importance on community and communal spaces that allow guests to forge new connections and build global networks. They have multiple locations around the world, including one at Dolores Park in San Francisco. Outsite is mostly for “nomad professionals” who need a space to work in and live creatively. But they also welcome group retreats in their spaces and provide assistance in pre-planning and on-site facilitation.

2. Winemaker Studios (San Francisco)

Winemaker Studios, a collective of different urban wineries in San Francisco, is located on Treasure Island. Aside from offering delicious wine made by top winemakers in Northern California, their space is also open for team building activities, corporate retreats, and social gatherings. With Winemaker Studios’ urban industrial feel, panoramic city views, and proximity to downtown San Francisco, it’s the perfect spot within the city to host a one-day event in.

3. The Land (Philo)

For a more relaxing weekend surrounded by nature, The Land in Philo, California is the destination for you. Comprised of 162 acres of epic forest and fields, you can host a corporate event, group getaway, social event, or wellness retreat in this countryside escape. They have an indoor and outdoor spaces that you can utilize for different activities. They also have several accommodation options, which include fifteen forest cabins, four houses, twelve glamping tents, and three contemporary homes.

4. CA Ranch Events (Livermore)

CA Ranch Events is located about an hour away from San Francisco in Livermore, California. They are a family-owned business that host different events, including weddings, mindfulness retreats, and corporate getaways. At the Ranch, you will be able to disconnect from your normal, and often busy urban lifestyle while you participate in activities that will help create camaraderie amongst your team.

5. Camp Navarro (Navarro)

About two and a half hours north of San Francisco, you’ll find Camp Navarro, a gorgeous wilderness retreat location that has hosted corporate events for Google, Airbnb, and other huge companies in the country. They have a creative team that will help you plan your event with special activities crafted specifically for your group.

So, there you have it. You can choose among a creative communal space, an urban industrial wine collective, and three of the best nature-based retreats near San Francisco. With the right transportation to arrive at your destination, any of these venues will you give you room to connect and strengthen your teamwork.

This is a contribution from one of our contributing writers.


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