Wildwood Nature Center Meeting Room
The Olewine Nature Center offers a classroom meeting space available for rent by groups with an environmental or conservation mission. The rental fee for the use of the classroom is $100.00 per day. Payment of fee constitutes reservation of the classroom and is due one week in advance. Make check payable to Dauphin County Parks and Recreation and send it to 100 Wildwood Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
Rental of the classroom is for private functions only. No collection of fees or sale of tickets, tangible goods or services is permitted.
The classroom is available for rental during the months of December, January, February, and March. Please call the nature center at 221-0292 to check availability.
Meetings must be held between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; the center can be made available at 9 a.m. and until 4:30 p.m. to give a group time to set up and break down their meeting.
The classroom can accommodate a maximum of 60 people auditorium-style or 48 people at 12 6-foot tables.
Alcoholic substances and smoking are prohibited.
The stove, sink and refrigerator may be used. Other items in the kitchen are not available for use.
An AV cart, projection screen and two dry-erase boards are available in the classroom. All other meeting supplies are the responsibility of the organization renting the facility.
Caterers are welcome to set up in the kitchen. All food service must be limited to the kitchen and the interior of the classroom. Caterers may not arrive before 9 a.m.
Set-up and tear down are the responsibility of renter. This includes setting up chairs and tables in the classroom and breaking them down and storing them in the closet at the end of the meeting.
All trash must be put in receptacles, which have been provided by the center. All floors, counter tops, and dry eraser boards must be clean. Please use the recycling bins following the instructions printed on the bins.
The nature center is a public facility and the group is only renting the classroom. There will be times when other groups and the public will be visiting the nature center.