Eagle Hill Masthead

Residential Accommodations at Eagle Hill

There are many residential accommodations for people to choose from at Eagle Hill. Below are descriptions of the various cabins and rooms.

lodge bedroom copyright Eagle Hill


The lodge, located nearby the cabins, has six rooms, and a large lounge and study area with picture windows, couches and plenty of desk space.
Four rooms have two single beds, and two rooms have one double bed.
Five of the rooms have private baths. One of the rooms with two single beds uses a hall bathroom.
Each room has ample storage space.
Bedding and towels are supplied.


classroom building bedroom copyright Eagle Hill

Rooms in the classroom building

The lab building is centrally located and holds eight rooms for participant occupation, six of which are single rooms. There is a lounge area, overlooking the forest below. There are desks, and dressers in these rooms. Some rooms have their own bathroom, while others share a hallway bathroom between rooms.




cabin 1 bedroom copyright Eagle Hill

Cabin 1

This cabin offers plenty of space, with two adjoining rooms, each with three beds and its own bathroom.
Lots of natural light and knotty pine boarding give a bright, rustic feel to this cabin.
Closet space, dressers, a desk and chairs furnish the room.
Bedding and towels are supplied.

Cabin 2

This cabin is also finished in knotty pine and nestled in amongst the trees.
There are three beds, each with a separating wall offering some privacy.
Closet space, dressers, a desk and chairs furnish the room.
Plenty of windows let in natural light and offer forest views.
There is one bathroom with a shower in this cabin.
Bedding and towels are supplied.

simple cabin copyright Aleta Mckeage

Simple cabins

Three of these small cabins are tucked into the woods.
Each simple cabin is a single room with two single sized beds, a desk, and two dressers.
Large windows allow a view of the mixed hardwood and coniferous forest.
A washhouse with two bathrooms is a short walk from these cabins.
Bedding and towels are supplied.



Tent sites

Down a wooded path are five tent platforms. These are away from the other buildings in the area, but conveniently close enough to where you need to go. A washhouse is a short walk from the sites. Participants need to bring their own tent, bedding, and towels.

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