Guest Reviews – Camp Eagle’s Nest

“Great rental”

“My family stayed for a weekend in this rental it is very well laid out. It has everything that you need to move right in and feel at home there wasn’t a cooking utensil that I needed and didn’t have. Having a washer and dryer on site made it really convenient to wash kids wet clothes from playing in the water additionally the side door leads to a “mudroom foyer” that has a bathroom with shower that worked well for washing off dirty children. The fire pit is thought out well for outdoor cooking since our cast iron cookware travels with us when we go it was nice to have a set up that accommodated our style of cooking. The beds were nice, we opted to have linens provided and the beds were made when we arrived. Our fuzzy children accompanied us and there was enough space for us all with 6 adults 2 children and 3 dogs. The upstairs bedrooms worked well for the adults and the children camped out in the living room space. There is ample parking space we had 3 cars and a trailer and there would have been room for more had we needed. Water access is on a bank but manageable for all in our party. While there isn’t much vehicle traffic the area does get alot of foot traffic we found ourselves never alone as alot of people were using the water access on the property as well. Being a family vacation we didn’t mind and it didn’t get in the way of our activities. The only upgrade that I would recommend is an ac unit be placed in the 3rd bedroom we happened to stay during the first hot weekend of this summer. It wasn’t overly bad as the other 2 rooms have ac units and with the doors open it was ok. The property owners are very nice and are available always for questions. We asked for a dvd player and one was installed prior to our stay. We got very little to no service on our phones with multiple providers but WiFi is available for use. It’s great if you want to unplug and relax! We would definitely come back to this rental! Ps if you want to see nature early risers have the best chance! Our early riser spotted a beaver taking branches up stream and an eagle scoop a large trout from the waters!”

ashley s., May 2016