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Eagles Nest

Seasonal Rate - $2900

Nestled into the trees along a natural spring sits the Eagle's Nest Campground.  Holding true to its name, Eagle's Nest boasts breathtaking views from the top of Eagle Ridge overlooking the lake.  Private sheltered sites each with its own fire pit area and unique view makes the Eagle's Nest a true one of a kind camping experience.  Close proximity to the walking trails, playground and Zip line, as well as visitor parking and boat trailer storage are among the amenities you will enjoy.  A limited number of private marina slips are also available at a cost of $400 for the season.

Eagle Nest Site Map

 Campsite Amenities

Children's Playground

Regional Park within walking distance with a store, cafe, shower house, and public beach

Private Marina rental $400/season

ATV and Pet friendly (Dogs must be leashed)

Excellent cell phone reception

Firewood available (No permit fees). 

Quiet neighborhood

Additional Parking for boats and trailers

30 and 50 amp electrical sites with individual septic tanks and full water hookup

Regional Park pass included with your fees

Pet friendly walking trails

What you need to know!

Located only 35 minutes from Prince Albert, our spacious seasonal camping sites feature power and full sewer hookup with water available via a pressurized tank in the Meadows Campground, and full water hookup in both Pelican Cove and Eagle's Nest. Pavement runs within 1/2km of Eagle Ridge where modern amenities and the extra space your family needs for a perfect summer experience waits for you!


With the Sturgeon Lake Regional Park next door, you have access to a store, restaurant, shower house, beach, and boat launch. Private marina rental is also available if you want to leave your boat in the water overnight or for the entire season. We look forward to meeting you!


"Quite alot of room for parking and we loved the quiet neighborhood"


-Helen Klein

Saskatoon, Sk.

"Very handy to have a store, confectionary, and shower house close by and a cafe when you don't wanna cook"


-Dave and Janet Webster

Bengough, Sk.

"Nice view along Anderson Drive of the lake, even seen a deer one morning"


-Gord and Liz Heinburg

Saskatoon, Sk.

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