Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park
Operator
Utility Company
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park is located in Texas
Latitude
30.879 N
Longitude
-98.437 W
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5 Reviews of Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park
Wonderful Weekend

If it’s family time you are searching for or just somewhere to get away. This is a good place to go. Although some tent sites had views of their neighbors, they were still far enough apart to have privacy and they were very well kept up with and clean.The port a potties were not very clean but the bathrooms and showers were very clean and private. The view of the wildflowers was amazing, the lake was refreshing and we got to see a Bald Eagle along with the Golden Cheek Warbler and Black Vireo! Plus we were able to enjoy the dark sky at their observatory and then from our tent!

Clean and great fishing

We loved camping here. We were in primitive camping; there are so many amenities here we were very comfortable. Got to fish right out of our camping spot. The bluebonnets are amazing too!

hiking

not a lot to do here

A great group recreational campground for everyone.

This campground had all types of camping, from family style tent sites, group campground, an RV park, and for the glampers a nice resort all on the same property. We took our Girl Scout troop and did a family end of year campout with a lot of first time campers. There was an outdoor movie and s'mores night. They have a professional observatory with two telescopes and an astronomer giving lessons. We are now considering trying to plan a stargazing sleepover. The naturalist on staff gave fishing lessons to the kids, had a craft for them to do and talked about the native flowers. We were able to rent kayaks to take out into the lake. The lake was gorgeous. The bonus for everyone was the naturalist who had the reptile exhibit. Watching them handle the snakes was a fun way to learn which ones were safe and which ones to avoid. The girls are already asking to camp here in the fall and learn some more about camping.

First to Review
Wonderful park!

We had a large campsite that fit two large tents and 3 hammocks. The hiking was great and this place was very family friendly. You can also stay at the resort but we camped. The bathroom facilities were clean and well stocked. There was a nice lake with kayaks to rent and a sandy beach for the kiddos to play. The gift shop has a small restaurant and was stocked with many souvenirs and camping essentials. We made the choice to stay here over Memorial day weekend because we couldn't find anywhere else at the last minute. I am so glad we did because we will definitely go back. This place was gorgeous!