clearwater forest

Eagle Lodge

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    overview

    Sleeps: 35 persons
    Bedrooms: 9 (Bed Linens + Towels Provided) See Bed Floor Plan & Bed Detail
    Bathrooms: 7
    Great Room with Wood Burning Fire (wood is provided)
    Kitchen See what is in the Kitchen!
    Dining Room: seats 25
    Two outdoor patios with seating (one outdoor fire pit in the back yard)
    Two 4-season porches with seating

    Download Floor Plan

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    history

    Built in 1924 by John Savage, Eagle Lodge is a stately English stone manor home on the edge of Clearwater Lake. Comfortable and welcoming, the lodge is the perfect setting for a small retreat group, family reunion or gathering of friends. It may also serve as a gorgeous backdrop for a wedding!

    description

    The lodge has sleeping space for up to 35 people with a combination of queen, double and single beds throughout the nine bedrooms. A second floor guest lounge with three pull-out sofas may serve as a sleeping area if needed.

    Other features include seven bathrooms, a great room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and two glass-enclosed heated porches for sitting. The great room has a wood burning fireplace, baby grand piano, library, games and TV/DVD player. The dining room seats 25 and the lawn has 2 stone patios with outdoor seating. See what is in the Kitchen!

    what to pack

    • Beach Towels in the Summer (Bed Linens + Bathroom Towels Provided)
    • Lighter or Matches
    • Food
    • Bug Spray/DEET for Ticks
    • Sunscreen
    • Paper Towels/Napkins
    • Special Cooking/Kitchen Items
    • Coffee + Filters
    • Tea + any other preferred drinks (i.e. filtered water)
    • Paper Plates + Cups
    • Plastic Eating Utensils
    • Paper Towels
    • Toothbrush + Tooth Paste
    • Personal Hygiene Products
    • Seasonally Appropriate Clothes & Shoes
    • Flashlight
    • Earplugs
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    Eagle Lodge Kitchen Inventory (April 2024)

    This inventory list is subject to change week to week.

    If you have items that are extremely important please pack them just in case they are missing.

    • Electric Oven/Stove
    • Microwave
    • Standard Kitchen Full Refrigerator  + Freezer
    • Commercial Coffee Maker
    • 12 Cup Coffee Maker
    • Crock Pot
    • 2 Toasters
    • 48 Coffee Cups
    • 41 Dinner Forks
    • 23 Salad Forks
    • 20 Spoons
    • 33 Butter Knives
    • 15 Large Spoons
    • 3 Baby Spoons
    • 2 Butter Spreader
    • Olive Fork
    • 50 Plates
    • 30 Bowls
    • 25 Serving Platters
    • XL Cutting Board
    • 3 Ice Cream Scoops
    • 3 Large Knives
    • 4 Bread Knives
    • 4 Paring Knives
    • 3 Veggie Knives
    • 12 Big Cooking Spoons
    • 2 Pizza Cutters
    • 3 Meat Serving Forks
    • 2 Ladles
    • 4 Spatula/Flippers
    • 3 Whisks
    • Can Opener
    • Apple Slicer
    • Garlic Press
    • Tongs
    • 3 Cheese Graders
    • Cheese Slicer
    • 2 Pie Cutters
    • Mini Soup Ladle
    • Sugar/Flour Scoops
    • 1/2 tsp
    • 1/4 Cup
    • 2 Cup Liquid Measure
    • Potato Masher
    • 2 oz Serving Spoon
    • Electric Hand Mixer
    • Gourmia Electric Unit
    • XL Sauce Pan
    • XL Skillet
    • XL Fry Pan
    • 6 Sauce Pans
    • Baking Sheet
    • (2) 8 x 12 Cake Pans
    • XL Cake Pan
    • Colander
    • Pizza Pan
    • Electric Skillet
    • Popcorn Machine
    • Waffle Maker
    • 2 Slow Cookers
    • 2 Tea Kettle
    • Pressure Cooker
    • 5 Plastic Mixing Bowl
    • 5 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl
    • XL Bowl
    • Coffee Carafe

    construction spotlight

    Eagle's Nest

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    The woods outside of Eagle Lodge has a new nest… and this one isn’t for the birds! Last year Jerry Brown and a group from Creative Arts raised funds and helped build a new tree deck in the woods near the lodge. The deck is a beautiful addition to our property and makes a great place for bird watching, quiet reflection and relaxation.

    Over the next few years, the group has plans for continued fundraising to eventually add a handicap accessible ramp.

    June Build Report