Open year-round for groups of 12-200, Loyola's Retreat Campus is the perfect destination to relax, reconnect, and reflect with your team. Select from a variety of outdoor education programs or team building options.
Loyola's Retreat and Ecology Campus was a fan favorite in a recent McHenry County FAM tour. Some campus highlights included a farm tour and pasta making class led by Loyola's Executive Chef, John Schupp. Check out the full article on Chicago Foodie Sisters.
Join Loyola students and alumni on a walk through the 98 acres on the Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Campus (LUREC). After the walk, enjoy some “brats over buckthorn” and a bonfire of cut invasive vegetation, followed by stories of the land. DETAILS
Interested in conservation and restoration? Join us on the second Saturday of every month for a restoration work day at Loyola's Retreat and Ecology Campus. Volunteer work regularly consists of helping on the farm, clearing invasive species (yes, we'll provide the tools and waders) and planting native species. REGISTER
A large, fuzzy bumblebee landed on a native Rattlesnake Master wildflower planted near a path at Loyola University Chicago’s ecology campus in McHenry County, catching student Kevin White’s attention last summer. READ MORE