Address 1: 53 Eagles Nest Lane
Phone: (417) 475-3326
Open: Open from Apr 1 through Oct 31
Number of Sites: 101
Camp URL: http://www.4noel.com/eaglesnest/
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Tents Allowed: Yes
EAGLES NEST CAMPGROUND has forty acres of shaded camping space. We have full RV hookups with 30-amp. service, water & electric sites and primitive tent sites. We have two beautiful beach areas on the Elk River for your enjoyment as well as canoe, raft, kayak and tube rentals for your boating pleasure on the Elk River, Big Sugar and Indian Creeks.
Our campground is nestled among many large, beautiful trees. The dogwoods and redbuds blossom like a breath of fresh air in the spring and the hardwoods burst with flaming color in the fall.
Our Ozark Mountains are exploding with exciting craft shows in May and we are just a short drive from Branson, Silver Dollar City, Bass Pro Shop, Precious Moments Chapel, Bella Vista, Beaver Lake, Grand Lake, and the Passion Play in the unique town of Eureka Springs, AR.
Plan now to spend your vacation or weekends with us and enjoy the fresh air, relaxation, and God’s natural beauty at Eagles Nest Campground.
Shaded Riverfront Camping Sites
Full Hookup RV Sites
Water & Electric Sites
Primative Tent Sites
Canoe, Raft, Kayak and Tube Rentals
Clean Restrooms and Showers
Two large Beaches on the Elk River
Volley Ball Court
Cold Drinks, Snacks
Gifts and Souvenirs
The North (Kansas City, Joplin)
Hwy 71 Southbound to Pineville, Missouri. Take the H Highway Exit. Turn west (right) onto H Highway and follow ~3 miles. Turn right onto Elk Springs Road. Follow 1 1/2 miles and pass under the railroad trestle and turn left. Go straight up the hill and we are on the right.
The South on Hwy. 71 (Arkansas)
Hwy. 71 Northbound to Pineville, Missouri. Take the H Highway Exit. Turn west (right) onto H Highway and follow ~3 miles. Turn right onto Elk Springs Road. Follow 1 1/2 miles and pass under the railroad trestle and turn left. Go straight up the hill and we are on the right.
Take Highway 59 North out of Noel. Go 4 miles thru the town of Ginger Blue. Turn right onto Elk Springs Road. Follow 1/2 mile and cross the low-water bridge. Go straight up the hill and we are on the right.