Eagle Wings Lodge FAQ's

Have a question or concern? Check below for answers to the top 10 common questions about your stay at Eagle Wings Lodge!

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​What is supplied at the lodge?

Eagle Wings Lodge is completely furnished. The kitchen is fully equipped with a refrigerator, stove, coffee maker (with filters), microwave, blender, dishes, and cookware.  Towels and linens are provided. There is also a gas grill with propane provided.  In addition, there is a kitchenette/ full bar in the lower level with a second refrigerator and microwave, perfect for all the food you may want to serve while watching an Ohio State Football game on TV!

The entertainment area is equiped with a large flatscreen tv, blueray player/gaming system, and surround sound speakers.

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When can I arrive for check in?

Check in time is 4:00 p.m. or after (firmly). You are welcome to arrive as early as 3:00 p.m. to take a look around the grounds. Late check outs and early check ins are available upon request if available and can be added to your stay when you complete the reservation form. 
Check out time is by 11:00 a.m.  Guest are asked to please complete the Check Out List upon departure.  Please leave the lodge in the condition in which you found it with dishes washed and trash in proper receptacles. Please secure the lodge when departing by locking all of the doors and then locking the combination lock as you leave.  Please be considerate of the people who are eager to check into the lodge after you by being out on time.  

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How many people can stay at the lodge?

Eagle Wings Lodge can sleep 22 guests comfortably. Additional guests are allowed and can be added upon reservation but will need to bring a mattress/sleeping bag.

NO VISITORS ALLOWED. Only registered and paid guests are permitted to stay at Eagle Wings Lodge, visitors are not permitted (strictly, due to safety code). To violate this policy and/or exceed this limitation you will be charged an additional service fee and may result in termination of rental agreement.

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Is there housekeeping at the lodge?​

Eagle Wings Lodge does not provide daily cleaning service or maid service. Your cabin will be cleaned especially for you prior to your arrival. EWL will do everything we can to make sure the lodge is ready for your stay. We desire to provide you with the best customer service in the Hocking Hills so that you will become a frequent guest to our lodge. However, there are rare occasions that something might not be acceptable.  Please let us know as soon as possible, we will do make every effort to amend the problem so that your stay may be a pleasant one.  We will provide one towel per person. Please do not use bath towels for the lake.  If you want more than one towel for the weekend, we suggest that you bring your own.

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Is there cell phone service at the lodge?​

You may or may not have cell phone service in the area due to the hills and forest.  You may be able to get mobile service at the top of the hill or near the barn. Eagle Wings Lodge has landline telephone service for you to use once you reach the lodge. Upon reservation you can give this number to guests in your party arriving at separate times so they can reach you. 

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Are pets allowed at the lodge? And what is the wildlife like?

PETS: No pets at any time are permitted at the lodge. If we discover that you brought a pet in or about any facility, you will be asked to leave and will be charged an additional $200.00 animal cleaning fee.

We do have our lodge professionally exterminated, but it is not bug proof. Please remember you are in the forest, and that we have invaded their habitat, so chances are you will see insects and spiders. You most likely will encounter various woodland creatures such as deer, wild turkey, raccoons, squirrels, wild cat, wild boar, and you may even see a coyote.  In addition to a wide variety of birds for bird watching you may sight a humming bird that frequently visits our lodge. Please do not feed or approach wildlife.  Do not leave food out at night; you may have uninvited animal guests at the lodge.

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What is Eagle Wings Lodge like in the winter?

Eagle Wings Lodge is open year round. Winter is one of the most beautiful seasons in the hills, with the forest open to view the ridges and wildlife. Our driveway is steep, and we do our best to keep snow and ice removed so that your cabin will be accessible, however, without 4 wheel drive it may be more difficult to drive up to the lodge door. So if the weather changes abruptly, please be prepared to hoof it up the hill from the barn. There are three parking lots beside the one next to the lodge for weather purposes.  No refunds due to inclement weather or power outtages.

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Is there swimming and fishing at the lodge?

YES! Eagle Wings Lodges has a beautiful 22 ft. deep spring fed lake that is pleasant for swimming with rafts and floats available for rental! (do not use bath towels for swimming, please) and fishing. (At your own risk, no lifeguard on duty). The lake has been stocked with 500 fish and is for catch and release fishing only. Please do not damage the fish if possible.  300 more were just released April of 2010.

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Can I have a wedding at the lodge?

At Eagle Wings Lodge we love to make memories that last forever! Eagle Wings was built with one vision in mind, family coming together to experience laughter, love, and rest. As such the layout is intended for large families and groups of friends to be under one roof together, this layout is not ideal for weddings and Eagle Wings Lodge does not allow weddings on our property as we want you to experience the very best with us and weddings exceed our resources, space, and atmosphere of a warm, relaxing family weekend. This is a strict policy that we have put in place for our guests as a gesture of communication about what Eagle Wings is meant to be....

Still looking for options?- We love to have the family/wedding party stay with us at Eagle Wings Lodge as they prepare for a ceremony and reception at the Hocking Hills Chapel just 18 miles from Eagle Wings Lodge. Many families and friends have enjoyed both facilities as they have matched the needs of the bride and groom perfectly.

We do no allow bachelor/bachelorette parties to be held at the lodge for liability reasons. 

For more information on weddings please feel free to call us during business hours (m-f 9am-5pm) at 1-866-398-9206

What should I bring to the lodge?

  • Food (including coffee/tea)
  • toiletries
  • beach towels  (we do charge for badly mud stained white bath towels)
  • flashlight
  • favorite games
  • books  (we do have a few)
  • blue ray DVDs
  • camera
  • binoculars
  • hiking boots
  • bug spray
  • matches (to light campfire)
  • critter catchers, or jar, net
  • bait for fishing
  • rain coat/jacket
  • first aid kit
  • you're imagination

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