Portage, WI (POG)
The community gained its name since the area was a popular portage point between the Fox and Wisconsin rivers - which ultimately connect the Mississippi River to the Great Lakes.
400 West Oneida Street
Portage, WI 53901
Annual Station Ridership (FY 2017): 9,077
- Facility Ownership: Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company
- Parking Lot Ownership: Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company
- Platform Ownership: Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company
- Track Ownership: Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company
For information about Amtrak fares and schedules, please call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).
The Amtrak station in Portage consists of an enclosed brick shelter and a platform. Portage is Wisconsin’s third oldest settlement.
Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served daily by two trains.
Platform with Shelter
- 6 Short Term Parking Spaces
Number of spaces available for Amtrak passengers to park for the day only not overnight. Parking fees may apply.
- Accessible Payphones
- Accessible Platform
Accessible platform is a barrier-free path from the drop-off area outside the station to the station platform.
- Accessible Restrooms
- Accessible Ticket Office
- Accessible Waiting Room
- Accessible Water Fountain
- Baggage Storage
Baggage storage is an area where passengers may store their bags equivalent to 'left luggage' in Europe. A storage fee may apply.
- Bike Boxes
- Checked Baggage
- Dedicated Parking
- Enclosed Waiting Area
- Help With Luggage
- High Platform
A high platform is a platform at the level of the vestibule of the train with the exception of Superliners.
Self-service lockers are available in select stations for passenger baggage storage
- Long-term Parking Spaces
Number of spaces available for Amtrak passengers to park overnight. Parking fees may apply.
- Parking Attendant
- Pay Phones
- Shipping Boxes
- Ski Bags
- Wheelchair Lift
Wheelchair lift is a platform-mounted lift for loading passengers from low platforms onto trains that do not have onboard ramps.