Accommodations range from comfortable single and double rooms to spacious family suites, complete with flat-screen televisions and refrigerators. Each day’s stay also includes a complimentary hot breakfast.
Not only are we sure you’ll enjoy the getaway unlike any other at the Nature Inn, we believe you’ll walk away inspired by the Inn’s natural surroundings and intrinsic green amenities. Everything in and around the Inn was designed with our environment in mind, and so it all blends right in. To help you interpret what you do see while you’re here, we’ve placed small signs, little messages and other informative features all around.
Throughout the Inn, one theme resonates above all others – way above. From the bird tracks leading you to our front lobby, to the Audubon and Ned Smith prints in each room, to the personal bird scope waiting on the deck, you’ll discover that the Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park is truly a place for the birds. And we’re especially proud of our nesting pair of bald eagles just across the lake from the Inn. If you’re a birder, you’ve found the perfect place. If you aren’t a birder (yet), we think you’ll find it’s still quite perfect here.
Throughout the Inn’s rooms and common areas, regionally created handiwork abounds, including an impressive stained glass mural and fireplace mantel, wooden mirrors and ceramic tiles. In honor of the park’s reputation as a prime birding destination, the Inn features illustrated prints by both John James Audubon, the renowned 19th century ornithologist, naturalist and artist, and Pennsylvania’s own 20th century artist and naturalist, Ned Smith.
The Inn’s large meeting area (650 sq.ft) accommodates up to 48 people while our library comfortably serves 8-10 people, ideal for company retreats and events. Both rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art projection equipment and audio/visual connections.
The Nature Inn is located at the southernmost edge of the Pennsylvania Wilds – a vast 12-county region in the state’s northern tier, known for outstanding outdoor recreation and natural beauty in a serenely remote setting. Learn more about the Pennsylvania Wilds at www.pawilds.com.