Check-in DateJune 16 - 18
Williamsburg Lodge, 310 S England St, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Immerse yourself in the charm of Williamsburg by staying at Williamsburg Lodge, Autograph Collection. Situated in the heart of the city, the hotel blends Southern elegance with modern comforts for a homelike feel. Drawing from the time of Colonial Williamsburg, accommodations offer Chippendale fretwork and unique furnishings. This 18th-century style blends harmoniously with modern amenities including complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, mini-refrigerators and flat-panel TVs with premium movie channels.
A block of rooms has been reserved for June 16, 2021 – June 18, 2021.
The special room rate of $195 will be available until May 13 or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
2 DOUBLE BEDS 1 BEDROOM SUITE
Separate parlor, Hilton Serenity Beds, two HDTVs, sofa bed.
Relax in this delightful suite, boasting two double beds and a separate parlor with sofa bed, chair and ottoman.
1 KING BED 1 BEDROOM SUITE
Separate parlor, Hilton Serenity Bed, two HDTVs, sofa bed.
Spread out in this stunning suite, featuring 1 king-sized bed and a separate parlor with sofa bed, chair and ottoman.
2021 National Conference
Forestry’s premier conference that draws forest owners, consultants, businesses and stakeholders from across the country.
Strong and diversified markets along with regulatory certainty are key to your business and forest legacy. That’s why conference speakers and sessions focus specifically on the management and profitability of your forest lands while providing an atmosphere for building key relationships and enjoying time with the family.
Every year, the FLA conference attracts a diversity of attendees. Last year we witnessed an increase across the spectrum in families and forestry stakeholders gathering to learn, network and bond over their unquestionable commitment to the future of private forests in America.
Top Attractions in Virginia
Jamestown SettlementNear the site of the original colony, Jamestown Settlement tells the story of 17th-century Virginia, from the arrival of English colonists in Jamestown in 1607 to the cultural encounters and events that planted the seeds of a new nation.
Busch GardensWhether you’re a kid, teen or adult, fun is always in season. With thrilling coasters, family-friendly shows, world-class dining and unique seasonal offerings, there's something to do all year long.
YorktownThough Yorktown no longer appears as it did when it was an important 18th century port city or when the British were trapped within its boundaries during the Siege of 1781, it is still a place where independence for the United States of America was won.