Eagle Canyon Hideaway Brule
Where is it at?
Eagle Canyon Hideaway
1086 Lakeview West Rd
Tel: 308 287-2673
If you are coming from I-80 E, take Big Springs exit 107 then hwy 138 N which turns into Day Road. After 15 miles it dead ends into Hwy 26. Here, turn right and head on Hwy 26 for 5 miles. Watch for the "Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area" sign and turn left onto Eagle Canyon Road. This is a dirt road, and follow it for 6 miles. Eagle Canyon Hideaway will be on the right.
Just to be safe, call ahead for road conditions.
Where are we going today?
Love nature? Then there's a good chance you'll LOVE Eagle Canyon Hideaway! This relaxing RV and camping getaway is ideal for those families who want to enjoy getting out into nature together.
Bring your RV down to their full service sites (including some pull thru), or if you don't have an RV, never fear! They have cozy log cabins for you to choose from!
The park itself is worthy of it's own family day out, with it's in-ground swimming pool ( and yes kids, there's a SLIDE!), as well as a fun playground that can be enjoyed to use up all that extra energy!
The whole family can enjoy volleyball, baseball, basketball and horseshoes, or take a walk on their nature trail.
Fancy getting right out into nature? Eagle Canyon Hideaway can help you there! They can help with your fishing adventures out on the 35,700 acres of Lake "Mac" McConaughy if you are in the mood for white bass, catfish or walleye for dinner. If you want trout on your menu then they can help you with Lake Ogallala - the perfect lake for rainbow and brown trout. They will do all the work with their fishing packages which include meals, log cabins stays and plenty of fishing!
If hunting is more your thing, they offer packages with food, lodging and those hunting experiences for turkey, goose, duck and pheasant - as well as deer.
Have a horse? Bring them along too! They have beautiful horse riding trails which are off the beaten track and can talk you through prairie grasses, sand hills, wooded areas and white sandy beaches!
For those little bikers, the trails are perfect as they offer trails which are far from the main roads, and even have deep ruts from those wagons that traveled along the trail all those years ago!
Eagle Canyon Hideaway even have delicious home cooked meals available, including their famous NY Pizza and Smothered Burritos! Our stomachs are rumbling already!
What is there to do?
Nature is what there is to do! They can arrange fishing and hunting trips for you, or you can enjoy the horse trails (bring your own horse!), biking or hiking trails.<p>
On site there is also volleyball, baseball, basketball, and horseshoes, as well as a pool and playground.
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $30 / $34 / day
- Full hook up $180 / $204 / week
- Tents $20 (Teepees are $40) / day
- Tents $120 (Teepees are $220) / week
Facilities on site
They have full service RV sites, wifi, restrooms and showers, coin laundry and game room, fish and game cleaning station.
When can we go?
March - December
Enjoy your own catch and cook it at the fire pits and picnic tables, or enjoy their pizza and burritos which are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. YUM! .
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs and require accessibility, just give them a call to see how they can help you! .
Cabins range from $55 to $240.
What people are saying?
by CJ I
Hi Jimmy & Julie! Please if you are looking for a place to stay, tent, cabin, pull through, RV, ect. ect. Do not waste your time looking and looking. This is the best place overall, clean, GREAT CAMP MANAGERS, country store, restaurant, volley ball, swimming, fishing, hunting, ect..... I can not wait to go again I heard that it is water front again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Garret Akerson
Eagle Canyon is a wonderful gem in the rough and totally worth a visit even if you only stay for a couple of nights.
by Cory Mertz
by A Google User