Eagle Bluff is situated on over 250 acres of restored prairie and mixed hardwood forest and surrounded by hundreds of acres of state forest land. Our campus overlooks the Root River Valley and boasts modern facilities including climate-controlled buildings. All to provide a comfortable and inspiring setting!
Public Hiking Trails
We’ve got over 9 miles of trails open to the public seven days a week, dawn till dusk! Come enjoy spectacular hiking, bird-watching, geocaching, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and more at our campus in beautiful Bluff Country.
Tree Tops High Ropes
This confidence building experience promotes personal growth and strengthens group bonds as participants maneuver 30 feet in the air through a series of towers connected by various cables, ropes, and log events. Experiencing success on the course is a powerful experience with a lasting effect!
Rock Climbing Wall
The climbing wall is an excellent venue that promotes personal growth, pride, and self-confidence. Participants will learn the fundamentals of rock climbing while they attempt to meet their climbing goals, reach their potential, and face individual fears in a safe, controlled, indoor environment.
At Eagle Bluff, the outdoors is the main classroom providing students and visitor’s the perfect environment for hands-on learning experiences and adventures in nature. That outdoor learning is complemented by the indoor classrooms and recreation facilities in our Discovery Center.
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Lodging & Accommodations
Our climate-controlled dormitory has 31 rooms, each with an occupancy of up to 8 people, for a total capacity of 248. 17 rooms are considered semi-private featuring two separate sleeping areas, each with two bunk beds. The remaining 14 rooms contain four bunk beds in one large room.
Dining & Food Service
Food service at Eagle Bluff is provided in our dining hall by Eagle Bluff’s in-house chef and staff who are committed to continually evolving our food service program to improve service and food quality and lesson our environmental impact.
The Point Conservation Project
The Point is a Black Oak Sand Barrens Prairie treasure that has developed over thousands of years and is part of the Driftless Area that escaped the leveling impact of the last glacial period. Thanks to generous donations from Eagle Bluff supporters, this beautiful area of land was added to our campus in 2017.
Other Campus Highlights
Our other campus highlights feature recreation, cultural, and group activities that encourage participants to make personal choices and set goals, then strive to achieve these goals. In addition, students will have the opportunity to reflect on how their life today has been shaped by history and the people who used to call Minnesota home.