The Eagle's Nest

nevada, united states

From $89/night
  • bedding
  • cd player
  • kitchen
  • refrigerator
  • tv
  • wood-burning stove
  • bird watching
  • canyoning
  • community events
  • excursions
  • exercise
  • fishing
  • gold panning
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • nature walks
  • painting
  • photography
  • picnic
  • stargazing
  • swimming
  • wildlife observing
  • workshops
  • yoga
  • Nearby Restaurants
  • Self-Catered Dining
  • Check-in

    3:00 PM

  • Check-out

    11:00 AM

  • Taxes

    6%, not included.

  • Gift Cards

    Yes, please inquire.

  • Gratuity

    Not expected, but appreciated.

  • Other Fees

    Cleaning Fee per Stay/Week: $60 + Refundable Security Deposit of $200

  • Minimum Age for Children

    16

  • Additional Guests

    $25/night or $150/week per additional guest up to maximum occupancy.

  • Suggested items to bring with you

    Food, clothing that can be layered, day pack, trekking poles, boots, hat, repellent, sunscreen, river shoes

  • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

    A sixty (60) day notice is required for cancellation. Cancellations that are made more than sixty (60) days prior to the arrival date will be refunded in full, except for those made by credit card. All credit card cancellations are subject to a 6% cancellation fee. Late cancellation (less than sixty days prior to arrival date) will forfeit 50% of total rental bill. Early departure does not warrant any refund of rent.

    MONTHLY RESERVATION CANCELLATIONS: Monthly renters must cancel ninety (90) days prior to arrival date to receive full refund (except for credit card fee above). Monthly renters who make changes that result in a shortened stay must do so at least sixty (60) days prior to arrival date.

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How Do I Get There?

AIR TRAVEL Fly into Twin Falls, Idaho (best air fares may involve flying into Boise, Idaho). From there, rent a vehicle and follow driving directions below:

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO JARBIDGE, NEVADA: Jarbidge is located in northeastern Nevada and is accessible from Elko, Nevada as well as from Twin Falls, Idaho. All travel to Jarbidge involves driving on dirt roads which are passable in summer. However, late fall, winter and early spring could bring snow storms and 4WD may be necessary. Also, please note that only one route to Jarbidge is open year round except during major storm events.

From Elko, Nevada (of the three routes below, the two using Highway 225 are closed in winter so check first from fall to spring):

► (Mostly paved roads): Take I-80 east to Wells and turn left (north) on Highway 93 toward Twin Falls. Turn left (west) at Rogerson, Idaho and take Three Creek Road all the way to Jarbidge. Just follow the signs (last 14 miles are unpaved).

(Mostly dirt roads, closed in winter): Take Highway 225 north to the Charleston/Jarbidge turnoff (approximately six miles south of Wildhorse Reservoir), head east. Just follow the signs all the way to Jarbidge (last 50 miles are unpaved).

(Mostly dirt roads, closed in winter): Take Highway 225 north to the Gold Creek turnoff (a few miles north of Wildhorse Reservoir), head east. Gold Creek/Meadow Creek Road dead ends at the Jarbidge Road. Turn right to Jarbidge (about 45-50 miles are unpaved). NOTE: there has been storm damage to this route, so check in advance.

From Twin Falls, Idaho: open year round, 4WD may be required from fall to spring.

► Take Highway 93 south to Rogerson, Idaho. Turn right (west) and take Three Creek Road all the way to Jarbidge. From there, just follow the signs (last 13 miles are unpaved). 

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The Eagle’s Nest, at the Jarbidge Canyon Retreat Center (JCRC), is located in one of the most remote natural areas in the American West (northeastern Nevada near the Idaho border). It is an aesthetically pleasing, private, nature setting with stunning views and miles of hiking from right outside the door. Guests have access to the property which includes the lovely forests and meadows where the West Fork of the Jarbidge River and Deer Creek merge. Electricity on property is supplied by the sun and wind.

Adjacent to the Jarbidge Wilderness Area and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest are many ways to enjoy this spectacular area. Just four miles away is the hundred-year-old mining town of Jarbidge, a unique exploration opportunity. The Jarbidge Canyon is also known for its clean air and star-studded night skies.

The Eagle's Nest

Glamping Types

  • Huts & Cottages

Great For

  • couples
  • honeymoon
  • pets
  • romantic
  • solo travelers

Setting

  • forest / woods
  • mountain
  • river / stream
  • winter

Total Accommodations

  • 1

Minimum Night Stay

  • 2

Rates Based On

  • per couple

Best time to visit

Open: May through October.

Stays at other times of year are possible by special arrangement.

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Accommodations

  • The Eagle's Nest

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  • Amenities
    • bedding
    • cd player
    • kitchen
    • refrigerator
    • tv
    • wood-burning stove
  • Experiences
    • bird watching
    • canyoning
    • community events
    • excursions
    • exercise
    • fishing
    • gold panning
    • hiking
    • mountain biking
    • nature walks
    • painting
    • photography
    • picnic
    • stargazing
    • swimming
    • wildlife observing
    • workshops
    • yoga
  • Dining Options
    • Nearby Restaurants
    • Self-Catered Dining
  • Policies
    • Check-in

      3:00 PM

    • Check-out

      11:00 AM

    • Taxes

      6%, not included.

    • Gift Cards

      Yes, please inquire.

    • Gratuity

      Not expected, but appreciated.

    • Other Fees

      Cleaning Fee per Stay/Week: $60 + Refundable Security Deposit of $200

    • Minimum Age for Children

      16

    • Additional Guests

      $25/night or $150/week per additional guest up to maximum occupancy.

    • Suggested items to bring with you

      Food, clothing that can be layered, day pack, trekking poles, boots, hat, repellent, sunscreen, river shoes

    • Reservation and Cancellation Policy

      A sixty (60) day notice is required for cancellation. Cancellations that are made more than sixty (60) days prior to the arrival date will be refunded in full, except for those made by credit card. All credit card cancellations are subject to a 6% cancellation fee. Late cancellation (less than sixty days prior to arrival date) will forfeit 50% of total rental bill. Early departure does not warrant any refund of rent.

      MONTHLY RESERVATION CANCELLATIONS: Monthly renters must cancel ninety (90) days prior to arrival date to receive full refund (except for credit card fee above). Monthly renters who make changes that result in a shortened stay must do so at least sixty (60) days prior to arrival date.

      Policies continued on rental agreement.

  • Location

    How Do I Get There?

    AIR TRAVEL Fly into Twin Falls, Idaho (best air fares may involve flying into Boise, Idaho). From there, rent a vehicle and follow driving directions below:

    DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO JARBIDGE, NEVADA: Jarbidge is located in northeastern Nevada and is accessible from Elko, Nevada as well as from Twin Falls, Idaho. All travel to Jarbidge involves driving on dirt roads which are passable in summer. However, late fall, winter and early spring could bring snow storms and 4WD may be necessary. Also, please note that only one route to Jarbidge is open year round except during major storm events.

    From Elko, Nevada (of the three routes below, the two using Highway 225 are closed in winter so check first from fall to spring):

    ► (Mostly paved roads): Take I-80 east to Wells and turn left (north) on Highway 93 toward Twin Falls. Turn left (west) at Rogerson, Idaho and take Three Creek Road all the way to Jarbidge. Just follow the signs (last 14 miles are unpaved).

    (Mostly dirt roads, closed in winter): Take Highway 225 north to the Charleston/Jarbidge turnoff (approximately six miles south of Wildhorse Reservoir), head east. Just follow the signs all the way to Jarbidge (last 50 miles are unpaved).

    (Mostly dirt roads, closed in winter): Take Highway 225 north to the Gold Creek turnoff (a few miles north of Wildhorse Reservoir), head east. Gold Creek/Meadow Creek Road dead ends at the Jarbidge Road. Turn right to Jarbidge (about 45-50 miles are unpaved). NOTE: there has been storm damage to this route, so check in advance.

    From Twin Falls, Idaho: open year round, 4WD may be required from fall to spring.

    ► Take Highway 93 south to Rogerson, Idaho. Turn right (west) and take Three Creek Road all the way to Jarbidge. From there, just follow the signs (last 13 miles are unpaved). 

    View Google Maps

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Inside Scoop

  •  Spring, beginning in May, when the river and creek are high with spring runoff, the trees and plants are leafing, and early wildflowers are blooming. Great for those who prefer cooler weather for mountain biking and hiking.

    ► Summer, June-August are great months for spending time outdoors, enjoying nature, hiking, stargazing, cooling off in the river, exploring the high country, observing wildlife and backpacking in the Jarbidge Wilderness.

    ► Wildflower Season peaks around the 4th of July, depending on the weather. There are always community activities in the town of Jarbidge on holiday weekends or, for a more quiet experience, come before or after the holiday.

    ► Fall Colors peak in the high country hereabouts in September and in Jarbidge Canyon in October. Again these are estimates depending on the weather. Great for those who prefer cooler temperatures for hiking and mountain biking.

    ► Winter is also a remarkable time in the mountains. Showshoeing and cross country skiing are great ways to experience this country when it snows. And, the area is at its most peaceful in winter, after the holidays. Winter stays are by special agreement.