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Riverview Retreat Center


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Riverview Retreat Center Riverview Retreat comfortably inhabits nine acres of beautiful wooded land, bordered in the back by the serene Little Arkansas River. There is always something interesting going on - from drumming circles, sweatlodges, intenders circles and monthly lectures with potluck dinners. Located just north of Wichita,KS, the peaceful setting of Riverview Retreat offers a haven for relaxation. The homey atmosphere is conducive to private retreats or family and group gatherings. Riverview Retreat is an ideal place for meetings, small conferences, workshops, or seminars. Please contact us for further details and rates.


Admission: Most events are Free with donations gladly accepted.
Address: 5225 N. Sullivan Rd
Phone: 316-838-6230
Our Email: staff@riverviewretreat.com
Our Website:Riverviewretreat.com

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