You come to Eagle Point to reconnect with nature and with each other. You seek that place where silence lives, is cherished, and preserved. Interrupted only by your breath, or maybe some very distant laughter. To experience a place where families reconnect, and memories are forged among the pine trees and mountain tops of Southern Utah. Not just a place to escape to, but a place to return to. A second home for those that appreciate something so pure, so untouched, that you’ll go anywhere to find it. Or not too far at all...
Eagle Point is conveniently located along the 275-mile long Paiute ATV Trail, a breathtaking loop through dense forests and panoramic scenery.
Dirt Wheels magazine rated the Paiute ATV trail one of the Top 15 trails in the county, and ATV Illustrated magazine gave it a Top 5 rating. The trail is designed to cater to relaxing and family-type riding.
You will need to bring your own machine as the resort does not rent them, but we're here to help you enjoy the amazing trail system that easily' accessed here at Eagle Point.
Designed to give you a modest workout while having some fun among the refreshing pines and aspens, the Eagle Point Disc Golf Course is suitable for all ages and abilities.
With nine 300-500 yard holes, the 9-hole, par 36 course has about 500 total feet of elevation change (from our 10,000 foot elevation) and takes about 90 minutes to play with some fun challenging throws.
Bring your own Frisbees, or disc rental starter sets start at $10. If you'd like to make it a full 18 holes, just play twice!
Puffer Lake, Lebaron Lake, Little Reservoir and dozens of other hidden gems are all within a short drive from the resort, and many are stocked annually with rainbows, brooks, tigers and cutthroats by the Forest Service.
On the way you’ll be tempted to try out Merchant Creek, North Fork Three Creeks or any of the nearby brooks and streams that run year around with pure mountain water.
Want to know where the real secret spots are? Sorry, we won’t tell you here…you’ll need to find them for yourself.
We tried to count how many miles of hiking trails accessible from Eagle Point and throughout the surrounding Fishlake National Forest but we lost track, and got distracted by sheer beauty of the landscape here.
While immersing yourself in nature on the thousands of miles of trails, you are likely to encounter families of deer, elk, hawks, eagles or our somewhat elusive Rocky Mountain Goat herd.
You can start from Skyline National Recreation Trail for a leisurely stroll, or summit any of the many peaks within the Tushar Mountains including Mount Holly or Mountain Belknap both topping out over 12,000 feet. But of course its not where you start or where you end — it's about the journey.
Exploring the breathtaking terrain and vistas surrounding Eagle Point by mountain bike is certainly one of the more popular activities for all ages offered by the resort. Ride historic and new single track trails through open meadows, peaks, and valleys that make up the world-renowned Tushar Mountains.
5 single track trails
11 total miles of single track
Return shuttle back to the top of the mountain
Full service mountain bike shop including rentals and repairs
Access to hundreds of miles of mountain biking trails beyond the resort
One of the great things about golf is that so many people of different ages and abilties can enjoy it.
Just 17 miles from Eagle Point Resort is Canyon Breeze Golf Course, a tree-lined Par 34 course located down at the bottom of Beaver Canyon. It's a great place to spend a summer afternoon with friends and family.
For more challenging experiences, Championship rated courses can be found in Mesquite, Nevada, St. George Utah, and the beautiful par 73 Cedar Ridge Golf Course, home to the Southern Utah University’s golf teams and located just one hour away in Cedar City.
If you're looking for peace and quiet, and to spend a little time outdoors but at your own pace, canoeing is one of the best ways to spend the day.
Kents Lake, Three Creeks Reservoir and Puffar Lake are just a few of the dozens of bodies of water nourished by the mountain streams that meander throughout the Tushar Mountains and Eagle Point Resort.
Eagle Point does have a limited number of canoes and kayaks for rent, or you have to bring your own. If you are interested renting a canoe or kayak, please enquire at Skyline Lodge. Eiether way, we're happy to help guide you to the best place for you and your family based on your skills and interests.