An exclusive and private "hike-in" campsite that almost never disappoints! From your staging parking spot. The "hike-in" is medium hard 5min hikealong the Little Wind River. *There is one bridge crossing so people with animals please be aware.Some dogs cross just fine crossing to the other side and some don't. The walking bridge is off the Little Wind River about 15ft and isContinue reading...
An exclusive and private "hike-in" campsite that almost never disappoints! From your staging parking spot. The "hike-in" is medium hard 5min hike along the Little Wind River. *There is one bridge crossing so people with animals please be aware. Some dogs cross just fine crossing to the other side and some don't. The walking bridge is off the Little Wind River about 15ft and is about 30ft long. If the dog doesn't want to cross it can walk across the creek. This site is perfect for large groups up to 10 and enough room for 5 large tents. Fresh water is at your door step with a lush forest of Pacific Yew, Cedar, and Douglas Fir canopy overlooking your every step and the afternoon sunset is by far the best here. This campsite is rad for those willing to take the extra effort and is connected to the network of trials on the property that are a good adventure during your stay. We recommend at least staying for two days to get the most out of this Hipcamp experience! Park,Camp,Enjoy.
>>>>>>>>> CHECK IN 3:00pm >>>>>>>> CHECK OUT 3:00pm
-GOOD THINGS TO BRING-
SLEEPING BAGS AND PAD
-CAMPSITE RULES TO LIVE BY-
1. BE RESPECTFUL OF OTHER CAMPERS.
2. MAKE SURE ALL FIRES ARE 100% OUT WITH WATER
3. PICK UP YOUR ANIMAL POOP - BRING IT HOME OR EMTPY IN PORTY WITHOUT THE PLASTIC BAG!
4. LEAVE CAMPSITE HOW YOU ARRIVED.
5. NO CAT HOLES! USE THE PORTY POTTYS PROVIDED
6. LEAVE NO TRACE
7. LEAVE NO FIRE UNATTENDED
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at The Eagle's Nest in Washington.
Places to see near WindWoodRivers
The vibe at The Eagle's Nest
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This was THE BEST hipcamp we've ever stayed at.
The property is located NE of the confluence of the Wind River and Columbia. It's a totally private homestead with acres and acres of outdoor opportunities. Hiking. Mountain biking. Whitewater kayaking. SUPing. Fishing. Hotsprings. Everything! It's like a private adventure paradise.
We did a little paddle boarding in the afternoon, made dinner, and then, guided by the light of a nearly full moon, made a trek out to the hotsprings. It was an experience for the books.
You seriously have to check this place out.
Thank you Chris and Kim! It was an awesome camping experience with everything I needed to enjoy my stay! Communication was excellent, the directions, the short walk to the site, the beautiful sound of the creek, the firewood, the tent, and needless to say, the private hot springs was absolutely the BEST THING EVER! So warm and the view!!!! You have done an awesome job with your campsite! Keep up the good work!!!!! I will be back for sure and will stay longer next time!
Eagles Nest is a great secluded spot! Access to everything the area has to offer. I saw the other campsites and thought Eagles was the best and most secluded. Tons of shade, nice camp ring, beautiful creek nearby.
One thing guests should be aware of is the amount of bees in the area. I am allergic and got stung which was unfortunate. If you are allergic to bees this probably isn’t a good fit for you.
That was the only hiccup in an otherwise spectacular experience! Tubing on the Wind River was the highlight. Thanks the Chris and the owners for being so welcoming. Cheers!
This place was wonderful and the host was really nice. I would recommend arriving before dark and packing light, because you do have to walk/hike a little ways. Despite being in the middle of the woods and private it still felt safe, after we settled in. We arrived after dark which made walking through the woods and following a stranger a little unsettling, but the host was really cheery and even offered to help us build a fire when we go there. I think it would have been even nicer if we had been able to stay a couple days. Also you will have to get back to your car and make a short drive in order to get to the bathroom.
This was a wonderful campsite.We went with an adult child and teenager.I wouldn’t take children as I had a hard time getting to it myself.The dogs had a wonderful time ,they only had to be carried across bridge.Its worth trek to be secluded in a beautiful place.The owners are lucky to have this slice of heaven.
This place was super cool! Loved having the water running right below, the scenery was beautiful, the remote site, the marked trails and all of the extra little accommodations were super cool (stumps for sitting/table tops, chairs, teepee, small table). Also hiked over to the hot springs one night,and that was an fun unique experience. The one area that could use some attention is the yellow jackets. The host did put up a trap, so I appreciate that he's working on it, however these guys have nests there and obviously feed off the campers...they were pretty aggressive. It's tough, I know that's a difficult problem to tackle. Overall though, love this place and we all had a great time!!! Thanks!