You will have the exclusive use of the retreat during your stay. There is the main lodge and also two separate cabins.The three bedroom lodge is truly unique. It features a wood burning stove, an incredible view, custom-made cedar and pine furniture, and comfortable beds. There is a hot shower, bathroom, and cedar sauna for those essential creature comforts.Our staff is here to serve you, and will prepare delicious meals for you – even with your fresh-caught catch of the day should you desire! A large covered deck faces west overlooking the bay with islands, mountains, and beautiful sunsets. A large lodge style dining table easily seats everyone. So you will be kind-of roughing it, but not really.
We hope the picture you have is one of a great time, doing things you like, at your own pace…that is the idea behind Eagle’s Wings. Your stay will be custom designed according to your desires. Meet other guests, or reconnect with family or friends. You may just find after your first visit that with the affordable rates, fishing and other great activities, and the opportunity to unwind and rest by the tranquil waters…it doesn’t have to be a once-in-a-lifetime thing.
What to bring… Dressing in layers is highly recommended with the potential for rapidly changing weather conditions. Daytime temperatures will usually run in the 60’s and 70’s. It can rain on and off several times a day so rain gear is a must as well as boots or shoes that are waterproof. We supply Grunden rain suits and XtraTuf rain boots, so don’t bother packing those heavy items! An extra pair of sneaker type shoes may be fine some days. Hats and gloves of any type are recommended and don’t forget sunglasses and sunscreen. Comfortable slip-on shoes work well for going in and out of the Lodge and cabins.
Don’t forget your camera as we will take all the time you would like to shoot pictures of your Alaskan experience. We always see bald eagles, and often see whales around us when we are out fishing, so you don’t want to miss out on those photo opps! A small knapsack or day bag to carry your camera and layered clothing items on the boat would be handy.