Make your reservations well in advance since Williamsburg is busy during that time of year and the host hotel ALWAYS sells out!
Host hotel and conference location:
Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center
6945 Pocahontas Trail
Williamsburg, VA 23185
For reservations PHONE CALL ONLY: (757) 220-2250
You MUST mention that you are part of The Livestock Conservancy National Conference in order to get the room rate of $129.
Note: Magruder is undergoing extensive renovations that will be complete at conference time.
Why should I stay at the host hotel?
A few big reasons!
1. Keep your registration fees low!
By staying at the official Livestock Conservancy National Conference host hotel, you're helping to keep registration fees down! The hotel provides discounted meeting rooms for the Conservancy if, and only if, we meet the required minimum guest rooms in our hotel contract. Otherwise, the Conservancy must pay for meeting rooms as well as for each room we fall below the minimum—and registration fees will go up! So stay with us and save!
2. Networking opportunities!
By staying at the host hotel, you're at the epicenter for everything during the National Conference. Social and networking opportunities abound, and you don't even have to go anywhere to find them. They're all right here!
3. Save on transportation!
If you're not staying at the host hotel, chances are good you'll have to spend some money on a taxi or parking to come over for some of the events. Why bother? Stay here and be at the center of it all.
Staying at the official Livestock Conservancy host hotel is the best and easiest way to get the most out of your time at the National Conference. We encourage you to reserve a room and stay at Fort Magruder Hotel and Conference Center.
CALL: (757) 220-2250, and mention The Livestock Conservancy National Conference
Make it a Vacation - Explore the Local Area
Not to Miss
Williamsburg Tasting trail
Includes local breweries, the Williamsburg Winery, Silver Hand Meadery and two distilleries
Farm to Table Restaurants
Information on the farm to table movement in Williamsburg as well as all the amazing restaurants that honor this.
From the west:
Take US-64 East
Take exit 242A to merge onto VA-199 W toward Williamsburg/Jamestown
Take the US 60 exit toward Williamsburg/Busch Gardens
Turn left onto US-60 W