Escape the daily grind at Canyon of the Eagles
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Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park and Resort is uniquely located in the Texas Hill Country's upper Highland Lakes region. This beautifully maintained park includes a full-service nature resort and an abundance of amenities nestled within a spectacular 940-acre nature preserve. Canyon of the Eagles is positioned on LCRA-owned land along the northeast shore of Lake Buchanan in Burnet County, about 15 minutes from Burnet, 30 minutes from Llano, one hour from Austin and Fredericksburg, and only a few hours from San Antonio, Dallas and Houston. The park, operated by Calibre Management of Texas, is located at the end of Ranch Road 2341, one of the most scenic roads in Texas, where visitors discover "where the road ends, the adventure begins..."
This award-winning and pet-friendly park has spectacular views of the Texas hills and sunsets and provides something for everyone. Canyon of the Eagles is open year-round for overnight or day use and provides full-service lodging, RV sites, camp sites, a large group camp area, an award-winning restaurant and bar, a gift shop that includes groceries, meeting and banquet facilities for any size group, a popular observatory within the park, 14 miles of groomed nature trails, interpretative and educational programs, and most importantly, a friendly and hospitality-trained staff ready to make each visit enjoyable and relaxing.
Canyon of the Eagles has been featured in Texas Highways, Ladies Home Journal, Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, Tampa Bay Magazine, New York Times, Huffington Post, Texas Meeting & Events, Women's Adventure, H Texas, Slice, Grand Luxe, Texas Sportsman, and other major publications. In 2013, Canyon of the Eagles was rated as one of the Top 25 Destinations in Texas for Families in Texas Monthly Magazine. Canyon of the Eagles is an ideal Texas getaway.
Immersed in nature
Roughly 800 of the 940 acres of Canyon of the Eagles are a nature preserve that is home to a variety of wildlife, including three threatened or endangered species of birds. Canyon of the Eagles takes its name from the American Bald Eagle that nests within the surrounding area from October through March each year. The park provides a home for the endangered Black-Capped Vireo and Golden-Cheeked Warbler and is dedicated to showcasing the flora and fauna of Lake Buchanan (lake levels may fluctuate). It's not unusual to sight a bobcat, rabbit, snake, deer, roadrunner or armadillo. Wildflowers are abundant throughout the spring and early summer.
Built in 1999, the buildings within the resort area were designed by the renowned Lake Flato Architects to encourage connection with land and nature. The habitat-saving landscape and design have garnered Canyon of the Eagles certification from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department as a Texas Wildscape and Audubon HOTE 020 birding site. Park staff uses sustainable and conservation-focused practices in their daily duties.
Boaters on Lake Buchanan and other lakes are required to drain their boats after use to help prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
Park features and events
- 61 hilltop guestrooms with full-service amenities located in 16 separate buildings.
- 24 full-hookup RV sites including water, electricity, septic, fire rings and picnic tables. 23 spacious campsites with potable water (seasonal), fire rings and picnic tables.
- 10 primitive hilltop sites with fire rings and picnic tables.
- One large group camp area with picnic tables for up to 150 people.
- An award-winning restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and year-round.
- A lounge with wine, beer, cocktails, food and entertainment.
- More than 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and banquet facilities for up to 500 people.
- An outdoor swimming pool (resort guests only).
- A gift shop for supplies, gift items, ice, souvenirs, apparel and groceries.
- A recreation room with a TV, library and game room.
- An outdoor amphitheatre.
- A main building with showers and restrooms for campers.
- Stargazing and star parties at the on-site Eagle Eye Observatory.
- 14 miles of designated trails and recreational activities for all ages and abilities to hike, jog, bike, bird watch and more.
- Three miles of lakefront with a dock for boating and fishing (lake levels fluctuate).
- Interpretative and entertainment programs that include stargazing at Eagle-Eye Observatory, hands-on reptile programs, guided nature hikes, birding, an "Owl Prowl," storytelling, live music, culinary and wine presentations, arts and crafts activities, and movies under the stars with s'mores.
- Complimentary WiFi and parking for resort guests.
- Special lodging packages and programs year-round.
- Children age 10 and under visit and stay free.
- Nearby are kayaking, fishing excursions, an extreme sports center, over 20 vineyards, beautiful caverns, an herb farm, large boat tours, lots of shopping, and more.
For lodging, RV and campsite reservations or for general information, please call 800–977–0081 or 512–334–2070 or visit
www.CanyonOfTheEagles.com. There is a one-time fee per reservation when booking online or by telephone for RV and campsites. A fee for changes may apply. Anyone visiting or staying at the park is required to pay a day-use or program fee at the Resort's Guest Services Desk.
Fees Please contact Canyon of the Eagles at 800–977–0081 or visit
www.CanyonOfTheEagles.com for current rates.