Living on Station

Trout Lake Station has year round housing for 37 researchers with an additional 10 beds available in the summer, 8 beds, located in the Frost House, are reserved for senior researchers and can accommodate small informal meetings. The TLS User Guide provides detailed information about staying on station.

What you need to know

Reservations

Please complete the reservation form for all your Trout Lake Station needs. This includes all housing requests, conference room use, class field trips, research needs and lab retreats.

All fees are shown on Station Use.

Mattress pads are provided on all beds. Plan to bring your own pillow, sleeping bag/sheets, towels, headlamp or flashlight or both. All cabins have fully equipped kitchens (Stove, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee maker, pots, pans and dishes). Food is not provided on station.

Arriving and Leaving

If you are arriving after hours contact Pam Fashingbauer prior to arrival to obtain access to housing. Please let Pam know when you are leaving the station. Do not leave food in the cabins: take with you, give to another resident or discard. Do not change bed assignments.

Staying on Station

There is no cleaning service provided, so each resident is responsible for cleaning his/her cabin. Garbage needs to be brought to the dumpsters near the main driveway. The closest grocery stores are located in Minocqua, St Germain or Boulder Junction. A swimming area and fire pit are located near the dock and are available at all times. A volleyball Court is located near Juday House. Laundry facilities are located in Juday house and the shower building. Pets are not allowed on station.

Computers

The entire station has WiFi. The year round cabins also have wired connections. The station building has wireless and wired connections throughout the building. General use computers are available in the main lab.

Map of Station