Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) is nestled on 40 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.


If you are interested in bringing a group to Trees For Tomorrow, please contact us today for availability, rates, and program options.



  • Lodging - Rent one or more of our four dormitory-style lodges for your group with 26-48 beds per dorm, a central lounge with a wood fireplace, and central bathrooms and showers. Each room 2-6 bunk beds, coat rack, a dresser and small desk. Bedding, washcloths, and towels may also be available to rent during your stay.  
  • Dining Hall - Our historic dining hall is available for full-service meals, to rent for your event or meeting, and/or to prepare and serve your own meals. It is equipped with a large, modern kitchen and can accommodate up to 60 people in the dining room at one time. 

  • Classrooms and Meeting Space – There are a variety of spaces to accommodate your training session, conference, retreat, meeting, or special event. Our four classrooms accommodate 25-80 people each and our conference room, dormitory lounges, and outdoor picnic tables provide additional small group breakout spaces. Included is access to high speed wireless internet, white boards, easels, multimedia projector, projection screens, overhead projector, chairs, tables, and a TFT staff member to assist your group during your stay.  

  • Education Programs and Recreation - Our professional Environmental Science Educators will present your group with a natural resource program. Program topics may include wildlife, forestry, birds of prey, water ecology, and outdoor skills.  

  • There are many outdoor activities to enjoy in the Northwoods - Some favorites located either on the TFT 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 campus forest, a nearly 200-year old hardwood, pine, and hemlock forest, includes an interpretive trail with educational signs guiding your hike.  

  • Vehicle Rental  - TFT drivers and vehicles may be available to transport your group to an off-site event or field site. We have two 12-passenger vans and two school busses to accommodate a variety of group sizes.  

Venue Rental