Facilities - Virtual Tour


WinterBerry Dining Room (Irving L. Young Center)

  • Dining for groups of up to 60-70 with additional seating available in an adjoining room.
  • A panoramic view of the scenic Harrison Hills.
  • Native stone fireplace offering cozy and intimate dining.
  • Special menu choices include upscale dining, vegetarian and heart healthy options.
  • Prices are inclusive (entre, salad/vegetable, dessert, beverage).
  • Appetizers and hors d'oeuvres available at extra cost.

Photo taken by Doug Moore 

Bear Track Lounge (Irving L. Young Center)

  • Cash bar available upon request.
  • Piano, TV/VCR, foosball table, and electronic darts.
  • Laundry and vending machines in adjoining rooms.
  • Native stone fireplace available for guest use.
  • Note:  Not available for scheduled exclusive use

Osprey Nest (Irving L. Young Center)

  • Nature library, quiet lounge and small group meeting space lofted above WinterBerry Dining Room.
  • Features a "browse" library with over 2,000 volumes on topics ranging from ecology to natural history and from resource management to Wisconsin history and lore.
  • Native stone fireplace available for guest use.

Vallier Classroom Center

  • William Sylvester Auditorium features elevated stage, projection facilities and equipment, sync-dissolve equipment for slide presentations, remote controlled lighting, sound system, lectern, and listening aids for hearing impaired guests.
  • Meeting rooms to accommodate 15 to 125 people depending on room setup.
  • Copy machine available for use at $.10 a copy.
  • Outdoor deck with built-in seating has been expanded to accommodate outdoor classes, receptions and exhibits.
  • PC computer lab with high speed internet access available.
  • Audio Visual Equipment Available (see Audio Visual Equipment below).
  • Mail Service is available. Check with main office for details.
  • The Trailside Nature Shop offers a varied and unique shopping experience for guests.

Okray Living Centers

  • Carpeted rooms sleeping up to four with bunks, table with chairs, two wardrobes, wireless internet and private bathrooms/shower.
  • Linens provided.
  • Total Beds: 107

Fern Young Cottage

  • Five carpeted bedrooms, 3 rooms with two single beds, 2 rooms with a queen size bed.
  • Three private baths, common living area, TV/VCR, kitchen and laundry.
  • Linens provided.
  • Total Beds: 10

White Pine Lodge

  • Four carpeted bedrooms, each with private bath, bed(s), and closet.
  • Two common living areas with deck and kitchenette.
  • Linens provided.
  • Total Beds: 7

       Check-in and Check-out for Lodging

  • Check-in 3:00 p.m.
  • Check-out 12:00 noon.
  • Clear personal belongings from the living centers by 12:00 noon on the day of departure. Guests are welcome to secure items in their cars and continue to utilize Treehaven's trails or facilities for the remainder of that day.
  • When rooms are available, groups needing access to living center rooms past 12:00 noon, but not staying an additional night will be charged 1/2 of the daily lodging rate.

Amphitheater

  • This fixture was completed in 1996.
  • Includes an outdoor stage, hillside seating, AV set-up and outdoor dining space.

Audio Visual Equipment

  • Equipment is available to conference groups as part of their facility use fee.
  • Equipment includes: LCD multimedia projector, overhead transparency projectors, portable slide projectors, boom box, TV/VCR, telephone.
  • Auditorium available which contains slide projectors, two sync-dissolve units, built-in sound system for portable and stationary microphones, headset listening device for hearing impaired and remote room lighting and projection controls.
  • A computer room with PC's and high speed internet access is available.

Trail Use

  • Trail passes are required for all activities on the trails, including hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and disc golf.  Passes for guests of Treehaven classes and conferences are included in the site use fee.  If you are coming to Treehaven for trail use, passes are available in the parking lot by the two Treehaven Trailhead signs.  Daily passes are $5 and annual passes are $25.  Fees are used for trail maintenance and equipment.
  • No pets, bicycles or motorized vehicles allowed on trails.
  • Individuals wanting to access the trails are encouraged to check in at the office first. We suggest you notify Treehaven staff of your travels, obtain a current trail map, and travel with a companion or two.
  • There are miles of unmarked trails covering 1,400 acres of forestland to accommodate hikers, skiers and snowshoe enthusiast.

Rates

Please Note:

  • Smoking is permitted outdoors only and at least 50 feet from all building entryways! Smoking is not allowed inside Treehaven buildings.
  • A "No Camping" policy is in effect on the site. This includes tents, motor homes and campers. Primitive camping is possible for attendees participating in Treehaven sponsored programming only. "Leave No Trace" camp skills are required, and permits must be issued for each individual. Treehaven will designate site areas on interior lands away from the immediate campus where a "no-camping" policy exists. A camp fee and orientation talk is required beforehand.
  • An outside ramp connects upper and lower levels of the Irving L. Young Center (WinterBerry Dining Room and BearTrack Lounge) and Vallier Classroom Center with Okray Living Center A.
  • Messages received in the mail office will be relayed to individuals during business hours.

For more information, please contact Treehaven at 715-453-4106.

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