How to Get to Trout Lake:

3110 Trout Lake Station Dr., Boulder Junction, WI  54512 (715-356-9494)

UW-Trout Lake Station is located in Vilas County, Wisconsin, USA (46 deg 01'N,89 deg 40'W). The closest commercial airport is Rhinelander-Oneida County (RHI) in Rhinelander, WI (37 miles/60km southeast of the station). Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA) in Mosinee, WI (80 miles/130 km south) is served by more airlines and has more daily flights.



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To Drive to the Station:

From Minocqua/Woodruff: (~15 minutes)

Take Highway 51 north out of Woodruff 8.7 miles/14 km to County Highway N. Turn right on County N and go about 1 mile/1.5 km to Trout Lake Station Dr. Turn left into driveway. If you get to the intersection of County N and County M, you have gone about .5 miles/1 km too far.


From Rhinelander Airport: (~45 minutes)

Take Hwy 8 east (left) out of airport. Go about 3 miles/5 km and turn north (left) on Highway 47. Take 47 to Woodruff about 18 miles/ 30 km. Take Highway 51 north out of Woodruff 8.7 miles/14 km to County Highway N. Turn right on County N and go about 1 mile/1.5 km to Trout Lake Station Dr. Turn left into driveway. If you get to the intersection of County N and County M, you have gone about .5 miles/1 km too far.


From Central Wisconsin Airport: (~90 minutes)

Exit left out of airport. Go about .5 miles/1 km to I-39/Hwy 51.Take I-39/hwy 51 north (right) to Minocqua/Woodruff. Take Highway 51 north out of Woodruff 8.7 miles/14 km to County Highway N. Turn right on County N and go about 1 mile/1.5 km to Trout Lake Station Dr. Turn left into driveway. If you get to the intersection of County N and County M, you have gone about .5 miles/1 km too far.


From Madison:(~4 hours)

Take I-90/94 west to I-39/Hwy 51 north to Minocqua/Woodruff (210 miles/337 km). Take Highway 51 north out of Woodruff 8.7 miles/14 km to County Highway N. Turn right on County N and go about 1 mile/1.5 km to Trout Lake Station Dr. Turn left into driveway. If you get to the intersection of County N and County M, you have gone about .5 miles/1 km too far.