Our office is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Member Days and you are welcome to be here for any amount of time during those hours. But we need you to check in at arrival and check out at departure.
When you arrive:
- Check in at the office.
- Sign in.
- Pick up your visitor’s lanyard.
- Verify that you have read these guidelines.
- Set off on your day at Menucha.
What to bring:
- Proper outdoor gear. While there may be indoor space available during your visit, there will also be Member Days when all buildings are filled and not accessible.
- Snacks and water. If you signed up for the $300 or $600 membership, you’re welcome to join us in the staff dining room for lunch at 12:00 noon.
What not to bring:
- Alcohol or intoxicants.
- Firearms or fireworks.
- Pets – Menucha does welcome service animals who are specially trained according to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Other important and useful information:
- Emergency procedures: If you have a medical emergency, please let the office know. If you need to call 911 from your cell phone for any reason, remember that you must tell them you are calling from Menucha in Corbett, OR. And let the office know so we can direct any emergency help to your location. The office number is 503-695-2243.
- Gift Shop: It is often open after lunch, but also upon request.
- Smoking: State law prohibits smoking inside buildings. Please dispose of cigarette butts in the proper receptacles, and never on the ground.
- Meals: If your membership includes lunch inn the staff dining room, please check with us to ensure whether lunch will be served or not –we don’t have lunch served everyday right now.
- Other guests at Menucha: Please respect the privacy of other guests; do not enter buildings or disturb group events happening outside.
- Parking: It is important to keep the driveways and roads clear, so please always park in the main lot just east of Wright Hall.
- Roads: All roads at Menucha are one way and we also ask that you keep your speed below 15 mph. The exit road (not the same that you drove in on) is just beyond Ballard Hall at the east end of the property.
- Walking: Menucha is a natural environment with uneven terrain. Guests are encouraged to stay on established pathways, be aware of their surroundings, and wear appropriate footwear.