Historic Hadley Hall, built in 1935, is named for Chester Hadley, whose inspiration led to the founding of Twin Rocks Friends Camp in 1918. Today, Hadley Hall remains the camp’s largest building, and serves as an ideal location for women’s retreats, family conferences, and youth camps.
This dormitory-style building has seven restrooms. Hadley Hall has 97 beds (and 122 bed spaces when two are placed in each double bed). Rooms on the facility’s first floor are handicapped-accessible.
Hadley Hall’s sleeping rooms can be configured to meet the specific needs of your group:
Cabin-Style. Most of the rooms in Hadley Hall are equipped with bunk beds and can sleep 7-8 persons each. Six rooms on the 2nd floor and five rooms on the 3rd floor are available for cabin groupings for seven or more persons. Individuals desiring more privacy may sleep in one of the building’s five smaller rooms.
Family-Style and Couples-Style. Accordion-type dividers can be used to divide the larger rooms in half, creating a total of 21 rooms in Hadley Hall. The accordion dividers are not sound proof, but they provide privacy for each family unit. Of the 21 rooms available, 9 are completely private and 12 utilize the dividers.
- 97 beds (and 122 bed spaces when two are placed in each double bed)
- Meeting amenities include a TV/VCR, compact disc player, group address system, electronic keyboard, flip charts/easel, and a video projection system
- Complimentary coffee and tea service are conveniently provided
- Recreation Options
- Food Service
This intimate lounge with fireplace and sofas can be used as a quiet reading room or a meeting room for up to 45 persons.
Tillamook Bay Room
With seating for 100, the Tillamook Bay Room in historic Hadley Hall is the camp’s third largest meeting room. It is carpeted, and has a podium, piano, overhead, screen, CD player, TV-VCR/DVD, and public address system (four microphone/two auxillary inputs). It is also supplied with full coffee service.
Netarts Bay Room
Netarts Bay Room in the lower level of Hadley Hall seats up to 60 people and comes equipped with a residential-style kitchen for snack preparation. The room may be sub-divided in two with an accordion-style divider. When sub-divided, the south half of Netarts Bay Room can be used as an overflow sleeping area (5 sets of bunk beds line the south wall).