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Eagle Bluff Resort Tahlequah

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Eagle Bluff Resort
9800 Oklahoma 10
Tahlequah
OK
74464
Tel: 1-800-65 74837

Directions

Head on down to 9800 Hwy 10 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma! If you are coming on Hwy 82 through Moody, just check your speedometer as although it's a shortcut, there is a speed limit.

Where are we going today?

Eagle Bluff Resort is a family friendly RV park set in the Oklahoma nature, where the Illinois River is waiting to be enjoyed nearby!

The RV Park have a number of pull thru sites for those bigger RV’s, and just what you need for a relaxing break out of the cities. There are 20, 30 and 50 Amp sites which are a great base for those river adventures that Eagle Bluff Resort is known for.

There are a number of river trips to choose from, and boat types, so make sure you spend some time checking out all the options and see what's best for your family.

They have leisure trips for those wanting just a relaxing half day on the river. Paddle for 2 hours or 5, whatever you like and take as many breaks as you need! Very flexible on timing and great for first timers. 

The adventure trip is for those wanting a bit more time on the river, and great for those who have experienced the river previously. Head out for 4 - 8 hours and stop for lunch at Hanging Rock, and enjoy some relaxing swims along the way!

Then of course for those hardcore river goers there is the Safari Trip which gives you 6 = 10 hours on the river and even offers and overnight options!

Raft, kayak, canoe, or even tube! 

What's also great about Eagle Bluff Resort, is that for those little kids, there is the 11pm quiet time. However, if you have slightly older kids and want to give them a little treat of staying up past their bedtime, there is a late night campground where they curfew for quiet is 1:30am! Maybe for that next special occasion?

If you don't fancy camping, Eagle Bluff Resort also has some cozy cabins (or "indoor camping") which are air conditioned, simple, and perfect for that river fun.

Only choice now is - which kind of boat will you pick!?

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What is there to do?

River fun! It's the perfect place to use as a base to enjoy those river adventures.

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up From $34 for adult. / day
  • Full hook up Discounts and bundles available for river packages / week
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Facilities on site

They have RV pull thru sites with 20 - 50 amp, water, electric and sewer. They also have cabins and tent sites.

I'm Hungry!

The Treetops Cantina is a lovely open air dining porch just above the Bubbles Bath House! There are burgers, fries, and yummy snacks. .

What people are saying?

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    They talk about the 'bubbles' bathhouse how nice it is...WRONG! THe pictures on the website must have been taken right after renovation, because they were gross AND they are only open during office hours..which sucks. Also right next to us, two young kids brought 2 pit bulls that got loose from the leash and went after a older dog there, which was terrifying and makes me ask, 'why is aggressive dogs allowed at the camping site'? Would not return here...

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    Prices are a bit more expensive than competitors, but I thought that I would pay a bit more if the bath house facilities were as described on the website.

    The rafting trip was great and everything went as scheduled without a hitch. We took a 2 person kayak down the river and had a lot of fun. The staff were friendly and helpful with every aspect of the rafting from signing up to launching off down the river.

    When I got back from rafting to take a shower at the men's Bubble's Bath House; the shower stall & floor were filthy dirty & stunk with...Read More

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    Well had gone there for two years had a good time!!! But last Aug 2013 there was so much rain our group of 5 ( talking 5 RV campers ) we kept in close contact with them on the water levels well by mid week of,us all going, allot of floating was being canceled they thought only raft would be allowed that Saturday, so we all choose to cancel and plan another time upon doing so the ( Eagle Bluff) employee which assured us we had a year to use what we all paid for... Well we since tried to reschedule for Aug. this year, well they said we never canceled...Read More

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    Me and my family spend a week here every year. We started out in just tents and have slowly upgraded to a camper. I have only had one problem with people being to loud at night and it was handled the next morning by morning them to the late night camp. As for trash we clean up our site on arrival, during and before leaving. Seriously what are these people expecting...the staff to come into your camp site and clean up for you? And it's called primitive campsites. In short we like to CAMP not be catered to. And the staff has ALWAYS been friendly and...Read More

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    Don't be fooled by the website! This place is a dump. The bathrooms were disgustingly dirty with raw sewage on the floors and walls... Several of the toilet bowls were held together with duct tape!!!! Even the Family side was loud w small cramped campsites.

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by Jeff Mann

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Prices are a bit more expensive than competitors, but I thought that I would pay a bit more if the bath house facilities were as described on the website.

The rafting trip was great and everything went as scheduled without a hitch. We took a 2 person kayak down the river and had a lot of fun. The staff were friendly and helpful with every aspect of the rafting from signing up to launching off down the river.

When I got back from rafting to take a shower at the men's Bubble's Bath House; the shower stall & floor were filthy dirty & stunk with flies & mosquitos hovering everywhere. My wife said that the women's bathroom was clean though?? She mentioned to the owner about the men's bathroom, but all we got was an apology and excuses.

Overall, I liked the experience, but will go to cheaper competitors because bath houses are probably all going to be the same across the board.

by barbara legleiter

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Well had gone there for two years had a good time!!! But last Aug 2013 there was so much rain our group of 5 ( talking 5 RV campers ) we kept in close contact with them on the water levels well by mid week of,us all going, allot of floating was being canceled they thought only raft would be allowed that Saturday, so we all choose to cancel and plan another time upon doing so the ( Eagle Bluff) employee which assured us we had a year to use what we all paid for... Well we since tried to reschedule for Aug. this year, well they said we never canceled with and we had no credit with them now tell how 5 different people (couples) got their money taking and sorry is all they said Oh they said we could give you a $50.dollar credit but it was for the whole group!!!! not each couple so they made roughly $600.00 off us so HELL NO WE WON'T BE BACK !!!!

by james pavatt

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Me and my family spend a week here every year. We started out in just tents and have slowly upgraded to a camper. I have only had one problem with people being to loud at night and it was handled the next morning by morning them to the late night camp. As for trash we clean up our site on arrival, during and before leaving. Seriously what are these people expecting...the staff to come into your camp site and clean up for you? And it's called primitive campsites. In short we like to CAMP not be catered to. And the staff has ALWAYS been friendly and as helpful as possible. Only reason I left a star off is because there are no RV sites next to the waters edge.

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