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The Eagle's Nest

Winter 2020-2021 COVID-19 Operations & Policies

Policies Related to COVID-19

Eagle Point Resort is dedicated to providing guests the opportunity to recreate outdoors and enjoy amenities with reasonable precautions towards the safety of all guests and employees. Our objective is to open and remain open for the entire winter season. Prior to visiting the resort, please ensure that all members in your group or family are familiar with the following guidelines to help achieve that goal.

Three Creeks Fire Update

#3creeksfire

SEPTEMBER 23 MORNING UPDATE

We don’t often pray for rain at Eagle Point, however, the skies gifted the area with about 30 minutes of rainfall mid-afternoon, significantly aiding firefighting teams (which included air support, smoke jumpers, and ground crews) in stopping the spread. After burning 60 acres, the #3creeksfire is currently 30% contained and teams are focused on eliminating hotspots and clearing hazards. 

Winter Season Closing Statement

Dear Guests,

Following the advice of government and health officials, and in the best interests of the safety of all guests, workers and the public at-large, Eagle Point Resort will be suspending winter operations for the season. 

Today, Saturday, March 14, will be our final day of the 2019/20 Winter Season.

Eagle Point Mountain Bike Sale

To make room for new 2019 models for next summer, we are selling much of our rental fleet of Marin mountain bikes. Prices range from $150 to $525 depending on year and model. All come with one free tune up. Bikes have been well taken care of with inspections before and after each rental. All bike sales are as-is and final. Here is what we have available as of October 2, 2018.

 

Eagle Point Mini Enduro 2018

The Eagle Point Mini Enduro is a cool way to race enduro-style on a mountain bike. Geared primarily for new riders, the stage-race format has the feel of big time mountain bike racing. Racer Categories are established so you are racing against those closest to your own skills.  There are 3 downhill stages with professional timing for each stage, with transfers in between—the transfers are not timed and do not count for the overall standing. The lowest accumulated combined time from the downhill stages places you in your finishing position.

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