Providing geolocation to guests in entertainment parks or at cruise liners is an interesting option for guests interested in new types of wireless services. Such geolocation could be based on cellphones, where GPS or the cellular base stations are used to determine the phone location. Drawbacks of GPS are high battery consumption and the need for a clear view of the sky, making it impractical in indoor areas, tree-covered zones, or similar environments where obstacles shadow the GPS signals. Approaches using the cellular network are not reliable and precise enough.In this project, we develop a station identity management system that preserves base station location privacy. The objective is to allow only authorized parties to obtain the locations of guests. We further investigate ways to exploit Wi-Fi time-of-flight measurements for precise and reliable localization.