Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) is nestled on over 30 forested acres with access to the Eagle River Chain of Lakes. There are four dormitory style lodges, a historic full-service dining facility, and an education hall with classrooms, meeting space, and office space. Guests have access to free WiFi, campfire rings, outdoor cooking areas, large field, volleyball court, basketball, nature trail, fishing pier, and much more.
Trees For Tomorrow's campus is perfect for a variety of events including school workshops, retreats, family reunions, meetings, field research, trainings, and a variety of special events.
Trees For Tomorrow is located in the heart of the Northwoods at 519 Sheridan Street East, Eagle River, WI 54521. Our campus is in close proximity to the Northern-Highland-American Legion State Forest, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Sylvania Wilderness, as well as county forest lands. These public lands offer many diverse terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems to explore, study, and research.
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There are four dormotory style lodges on Trees For Tomorrow's campus. Each building has a central lounge with a wood fireplace, and central bathrooms and showers. Each room has 2-6 bunk beds, a dresser, coat rack and small desk. Rent entire buildings for groups or contact us today for individual lodging options. Special rates and discounts apply during most Eagle River area special events and to groups 12 or larger.
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Historic Dining Hall
TFT's dining hall can accommodate up to 60 people at one time. It is equipped with a large, modern kitchen. Home-cooked meals including vegetarian options, fresh fruit and salad, local Wisconsin beef, and a variety of delicious entrees are prepared by our professional food service staff. An outdoor barbeque area with picnic tables is available on the grounds behind the dining hall, overlooking the Eagle River.
Classrooms and Meeting Space
The M.N. "Mully" Taylor Education Hall has a large classroom accommodating up to 100 people and two small classrooms, seating 30 people each. The historic Juday Hall also has a large classroom seating up to 50 people. Campfire Circles provide inviting outdoor spaces for up to 30 people each. A small conference room is also available. Dormitory lounges and outdoor picnic tabels provide additional small group breakout spaces.
Included in your rental fees:
Use of phones, internet (inlcuding WiFi), copier and printer, podium, teleconferencing system, fax machine, white boards, easels, multimedia projector, projection screens, DVD player, P/A System, slide projector, overhead projector, chairs, and tables.
For additional fees:
Three 10-passenger vans and two school busses. (TFT has certifed bus drivers on staff.)
There are many outdoor activities to enjoy in the Northwoods and right at Trees For Tomorrow's campus. Some favorites located either on campus or in close proximity are biking, boating, canoeing, cross-country skiing, fishing, golfing, hiking, ice skating, kayaking, snowshoeing, swimming, basketball, volleyball, and much more.
Our school's Demonstration Forest, a nearly 200-year old hardwood, pine, and hemlock forest, includes an interpretive trail with educational signs guiding your hike.
TFT Naturalists present programs on a variety of topics to school groups and other groups upon request. Program topics may include wildlife, forestry, birds of prey, water ecology, and outdoor skills. See Trees For Tomorrow's Program Planner for a complete list of programs offered to schools and other groups attending Trees For Tomorrow workshops.