What Do You Want to Know about Our Hill Country Resort?
Canyon of the Eagles: A Texas Hill Country Resort is not just another hotel. We're a one-of-a-kind resort located on a 940-acre nature park in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. It's only natural that you would have a few questions. Please take a moment to review the Frequently Asked Questions below. If you don't find the answer you're looking for, be sure to review our Property Rules or Contact Us.
Q. Do you have any guest rooms with kitchens?
We have small refrigerators and microwaves in each of our deluxe guest rooms. Coffeemakers, hairdryers and other amenities are provided in each guest room.
Q. Do you have an outdoor grill we can use?
Due to our sensitive ecosystem, there are no outdoor grills at this time. We have food and beverage services on-site including takeout for your convenience.
Q. Can we rent a roll-a-way bed?
We do not have any roll-a-way beds available.
Q. Do we have to bring our own linens?
We are a full-service resort that provides all linens and amenity packages required for the conveniences of our guests.
Q. Can we walk to the Observatory?
It is a beautiful hike to the Observatory during the daylight hours. We suggest driving to the Observatory at night due to the non-paved road and no lighting available so we can ensure you see the stars at their best.
Q. Where can we see the eagles?
Eagles nest in our area during the winter months (November through March). A nesting pair can be seen outside the Park on the Llano River just east of Llano. The overwintering Bald Eagles that choose Lake Buchanan as their winter home can be seen at various times throughout the day in and around the Park, especially from the restaurant during the early morning hours
Q. Can we use your golf cart?
Any resort associate will be happy to take your belongings to your room on the golf cart but the golf carts are unfortunately not for public use.
Q. Are there any rooms with a fireplace?
Yes...the restaurant, outdoor patio and Eagles Nest Room. The guest rooms are cozy, comfortable and relaxing but do not have fireplaces at this time.
Q. Is the swimming pool heated?
The pool is heated naturally by the sun and is open year-round, even during the winter months.
Q. Is there a hot tub on property or any guest rooms with a hot tub?
There are bath tubs in all of the guest rooms except the handicapped rooms (showers only). There are no large hot tubs on the property at this time.
Q. What are we supposed to do if it rains?
Enjoy Mother Nature's gifts such as the lightning and thunder show and fresh rain. There is a recreation room with TV and games for your enjoyment. Hang out in the restaurant or park store. Programs and movies are typically available should Mother Nature hamper your plans. If you have the itch to "get out", shopping and caving are nearby in Burnet and Marble Falls, only a short drive from the property.
Q. There is no TV in our room, what are my kids going to do?
We're referred to as "Kid and Dog Heaven."....distraction FREE. There is a swimming pool, hiking, fishing, outdoor water activities, and over 14 miles of designated hiking trails for both children and adults. We feature nature and interpretative programs for all ages to enjoy. Learn the elements of nature. They are listed under "activities" on our Web site.
Q. How far is it to the Falls and can we walk there?
The Falls are on private property so you cannot walk to them. They are accessible by boat only and it makes an enjoyable day's activity for the entire family. Stop by the Vineyard along your way. Let us fix a Box Lunch for you.
Q. What time is check-in and check-out?
Check in is at 4:00 p.m. and if you arrive earlier, we will try to accommodate your early arrival. Check out time is at 11:00 a.m.
Q. Do you have cabins?
We have hotel/resort-style guest rooms. We have single rooms with one queen bed, double rooms with two queen beds, and deluxe rooms with two queen beds and all the amenities. We feature 16 buildings with four guest rooms in each.
Q. Do you have a restaurant on property?
We have a restaurant on the property that serves a variety of delicious, fresh and signature dishes. We feature a children's menu. Alcohol is now served in our restaurant so you can enjoy a drink or a bottle of wine with your meal. We also feature food items for sale in the Park Store, located at the Lake.
Q. Do you have horseback riding on the property?
Horseback riding is not permitted in the park. We can suggest stables outside the park that are available to you. Inquire at our guest services desk.
Q. Can you ride bikes on the trails? Do we have ATV or mountain biking trails on property?
We limit trails to foot traffic only to protect the ecosystem.
Q. Is there a boat ramp on property?
There is NO boat ramp on the property, but there is one only 4 miles outside the Park on RR 2341. Our pier allows you to tie your boat up for short periods of time so you can enjoy our shopping, restaurant or activities. Fishing is lucrative off the pier...don't pass on the secret if you want your catch of the day.
Q. Are there canoes & kayak rentals on property?
They are available through the Vanishing Texas River Cruise. Please inquire at the front desk for more information.
Q. How far to the nearest town or city?
The quaint town of Burnet is 18 miles away and has many attractions of its own.
Q. When can I see wildflowers & Blue Bonnets in full bloom?
March and April are the best months to witness the Blue Bonnets. Wildflowers bloom all summer long and well into the fall. Our Ranch Road #2341 is referred to as "the most scenic highway in Texas." Enjoy!!!
Q. Can we fish from your property & do we need a fishing license?
There are many options. You can fish from our dock, fish from a boat, or join a fishing excursion led by a professional guide. Fishing licenses are required for all ages designated by the Texas Park and Wildlife.
Q. Can we rent jet skis or pontoon boats?
Please inquire at the front desk.
Q. What if we forget to pack something?
Many of the items you will need for your stay can be purchased at the front desk or in the Park Store.