Butterflyweed at Eagle Bluff

Lodging & Dining

Our climate-controlled dormitory has 31 rooms with a total capacity of 250.  17 rooms are semi-private suites featuring two separate sleeping areas; each containing two bunk beds. The remaining 14 rooms contain four bunk beds in one large room. 

Dormitory Features
  • All rooms have a private bathroom, shower, two side-by-side sinks, and eight individual storage cubbies. View Dorm Room Layout »
  • 4 rooms accessible to those with disabilities
  • Linens and towels available at an additional per person charge.
  • Two large lobby spaces with limestone fireplaces.
  • Two small multipurpose rooms
  • Lounge with refrigerator, microwave, sink and coffee maker.
  • First Aid Room
  • Winter/Rain Gear Check-out
  • Wireless Internet Access


Click here for pricing for groups participating in the K-12 Overnight program.

Length of Stay
1-Night $60 $70 1 night, up to 3 meals, and 1 class.
2-Nights $90 $110 2 nights, up to 6 meals, and 1 class.
Extra Night $15 $15  
Private Room N/A $50/Night  
Linens $5 $5 Pillow, blanket, sheets, hand & bath towel.

Prices are subject to change.


Food service at Eagle Bluff is provided in our Dining Hall by Eagle Bluff's in-house chef and staff who are committed to continually evolving our food service program to improve service and food quality and lesson our environmental impact. In addition, All Eagle Bluff Food Service staff are Certified Food Safety Managers through the Minnesota Department of Health and the National Restaurant Association!


The four goals of our dining service are:

Using sustainable, local, or organic ingredients. Situated in one of the "sustainable farming centers" of Minnesota, Eagle Bluff has partnered with providers and producers to source many of our ingredients and at times featuring produce harvested from our own teaching garden.  Tour our teaching garden »

Creating nutritious meals that are alive with flavor and prepared from scratch.  We place an emphasis on using whole-grains and limiting high-fructose corn syrup and trans-fats; and from our foccacia to our ranch dressing, scratch foods are regular feature.  Lastly, students in the K-12 Overnight Program are encouraged to sample new or different foods in our "Try-It Challenge" without an impact on their FoodWISE waste goals.

Minimizing food waste. Food is served cafeteria or buffet-style which allows guests to "take what they eat and eat what they take."  That's the motto of our FoodWISE program which offers incentives for guests who minimize their food waste. We also utilize multiple composting systems allowing us to compost food scraps from kitchen prep and guest's plates. Check out our FoodWISE program and composting systems »

We make every attempt to address food allergy and dietary needs.  Please contact our food service director with any dietary questions you may have at 507.467.2437! 

Students with Clean PlatesFoodWISE StationFruit Platter at Scholarship Banquet Buffet at Scholarship Banquet   Desserts at Scholarship Banquet


The following rates do not pertain to groups participating in the K-12 Overnight program.

Meal Youth
Breakfast $6 $4 (continental) up to $11 (brunch)
Lunch $6 $8 (cafeteria style) up to $10.95 (buffet)
Dinner $8 $9 (cafeteria style) up to $12.95 (buffet)

Prices are subject to change.

If you are looking to host a wedding or other large event, the entire dining facility

must be rented and meal costs will vary.

NOTE: Prices for special menu requests and menus that are selected by your group will be higher than if Eagle Bluff chooses the menu. Services such as desserts, linens, and extra beverages may incur additional charges as well. Additionally, no outside caterers may be used.

Eagle Bluff Recipes