Eagle Cove is the incredible legacy gifted by Ray D and Sharon Nissen to their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It is a slice of heaven situated in a cove on the shores of beautiful Buffalo Lake.
Eagle Cove derives it’s name from the eagles that have made it their home. Other wildlife found here include: loon, fish, bear, and a kid-favorite...crawdads. 

The cabin at Eagle Cove is open and available for family and guests from the end of May to early October. There is plenty to do here: hiking, fishing, swimming, kayaking, target practice, croquet and the ever popular fire pit for storytelling, visiting and s’mores.

Eagle Cove is a great place to unplug and recharge. Most people don’t want to leave because they feel so relaxed and restored from their time here.


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Important Information Regarding Your Stay

We ask that you respect the intention of our parents and take care of the place while here.

- Life jackets are required for children as is an adult presence at the water while children are swimming or boating. These rules must be followed.


- We have a pack-it-in, pack-it-out rule which includes trash. 


- Bring your own bedding, bath/beach towels as well as kitchen towels and washcloths. 


- The refrigerator must be emptied of items you used during your stay and wiped down if necessary. 


- There are basic kitchen utensils and cookware provided.


- We ask that you leave the property better than you found it.


- We require each guest to fill out and sign a liability form (which is provided)

and leave it in the green notebook. 


- For property maintenance, a $20 per night fee will be charged upon booking. 



We are also taking any donations. It is our hope that this special place can be maintained and nurtured for years to come so that all who desire can make their own great memories here.