It is our number one goal to keep our community of participants, volunteers, and staff safe.Our Guidelines
Limited programming has begun! With COVID-19 Phase 2 guidelines in place for your safety, we’re offering limited family programming during June and into the summer. For details, please reach out to our Family Support Director - Maggie Lowry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our current focus on family activities allows for connection and fun while preserving participant safety and support. Social distancing and masks are required at all Eagle Mount programming. The fire and flood that damaged our campus in April has been mitigated and reconstruction is underway. We anticipate a grand re-opening in October.
At Eagle Mount, we offer adaptive recreation opportunities for people with disabilities and cancer, and our focus has always remained the same: safety, fun, and learning. During this global pandemic, we remain strong in our belief that adventure is possible no matter the challenge ahead, and safety always comes first. Eagle Mount’s activities are meaningful and beneficial but not required. With this in mind, we’re making choices to offer as much adventure as we safely can this summer. We’re just one part of our community and we’re making decisions based on facts and data as the situation develops. We’re listening to other community organizations like the Gallatin County Health Department, Bozeman School District, MSU, and local businesses to help understand what’s safe. Most importantly, we’re listening to our participants and their families as they share what they want and need.
As we navigate this time, we appreciate your continued support. All donations will continue to support Eagle Mount as we ensure the health and safety of our herd of horses during this closure, continue to maintain our aquatics center so it will be ready when we can swim again, and support our most basic operations so that we can be back on the slopes and trails with you again soon!
For nearly 40 years, with the help and support of a generous community, we’ve focused on celebrating abilities while supporting disabilities. We serve individuals with disabilities of all ages, as well as people with cancer. Whether horseback riding, skiing, swimming, gardening, cycling, climbing, or enjoying a variety of other activities, our participants and their families expand their horizons in a multitude of ways through each of Montana’s four seasons. Recreation means a lot more than play-time; it is a chance for literal “re-creation” — restoring yourself by discovering new strength, confidence, freedom, and joy.