Vehicles: Please park only in recommended areas and do not drive or park near the cabins. If you store food in your vehicle, do so only in mouse-proof containers.
Cabins: We hope you find the sleeping cabins rustic yet comfortable. A bathhouse with showers and toilets is located near the cabins. Please do not eat or leave food in the cabins, as it attracts mice, ground squirrels and has the potential to attract larger animals as well. Stoves, lanterns, or heaters can not be used in or around the cabins.
Smoking: Smoking is your choice, but is prohibited in cabins, buildings, or Institute vehicles.
Animals: Service animals are permitted. Please inquire when you register.
Phone: The phone in the bunkhouse kitchen is the only public phone available during your stay. Please use a calling card if you need to dial long-distance. The number here is 307-344-7749. The phone is available 24 hours a day.
Store: The Institute Park Store store does not have regular hours, but is opened by request for course participants. It carries a good selection of books, clothing and hats.
The Bunkhouse: This is the center of activity, housing two classrooms, the kitchen area, and two bathrooms. There is also a separate, heated bathhouse with showers and rest rooms. The kitchen is a community area where participants gather each morning and evening and prepare their own food in the fully equipped kitchen. We suggest simple meals that can be prepared quickly and easily. The kitchen includes two gas ranges, a microwave, a toaster, and all of the pots and pans, dishes, cooking and eating utensils you will need. We also have three refrigerators and plenty of storage space for non-perishables. The Institute provides spices and hot beverages at each meal, and there is always a pot of hot coffee available for early risers! The bunkhouse is open at all times for phone and restroom use, or a midnight snack.
Quiet Time: Please be sensitive to activities of yours that may disturb people's quiet time after 10:00 p.m.