Where We’ve Been

Team SHRA is always on the lookout for partnership opportunities with properties in great locations who are interested in hosting our conference. If you are interested in bringing SHRA to your property, please complete and submit our SHRA Venue Survey to be considered as a future venue for the SHRA conference.


shra 21989 ~ Grand Teton National Park, WY
1990 ~ Las Vegas, NV
1991 ~ Lake Powell, AZ
1992 ~ Zion National Park, UT
1993 ~ Estes Park, CO
1994 ~ Bozeman, MT
1995 ~ Yosemite National Park, CA
1996 ~ Acadia National Park, ME
1997 ~ Arizona Golf Resort, Mesa, AZ
1998 ~ Lake Quinalt Lodge, WA
1999 ~ Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
2000 ~ Death Valley National Park, CA
2001 ~ Wahweap Lodge, Lake Powell, AZ
2002 ~ Sequoia National Park, CA
2003 ~ La Fonda Hotel, Santa Fe, NM
strip2004 ~ Park City, UT
2005 ~ South Lake Tahoe, CA
2006 ~ Seward, AK
2007 ~ Big Sur Lodge, Big Sur, CA
2008 ~ McMennamin’s Edgefield, Portland, OR
2009 ~ Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner MT
2010 ~ Zion Lodge, Zion National Park, UT
2011 ~ La Paloma Resort. Tucson, AZ
2012 ~ La Paloma Resort, Tucson, AZ
2013 ~ Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA
2014 ~ Roche Harbor Resort, San Juan Island, WA
2015 ~ Maumee Bay State Park Lodge and Conference Center, Toledo, OH
2016 ~ The Saguaro Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ
2017 ~ Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms, SC
2018 ~ Standford Sierra Conference Center, South Lake Tahoe, CA

“Human Resource Professionals are constantly being inundated with invitations to attend conferences, seminars, and trainings. It can be difficult to sort through the barrage of information and select the best ones. If you’re in the seasonal HR industry you need not look any further! The Seasonal Human Resource Association (SHRA) is the best, most helpful, and most fantastic and fun seasonal HR training you could possibly attend! Over my seven year tenure with SHRA, I gained countless helpful skills and had access to information and trainings designed specifically for professionals in the seasonal HR world.” – Joe A, former HR Director, YMCA of the Rockies