The Community Arena which contains a rink, bleachers, change rooms, a concession stand and a community hall on the main floor. The Band offices are located on the second floor. Presently an extension to the hall is under construction, this will add an additional 500 seat capacity to the existing facility. Upgrades that will be undertaken will be new entrance, floors, washrooms, concession and smoking and non smoking sections. Completion date is anticipated for March 2011.
Health Centre was constructed in 2000 and has a staff of 12 people, including a Health Director, and a Nurse. The health staff also provide services in the areas of Child Welfare, Healthy Babies/Healthy Children, Mental Health, Addictions Counselling, Home Care, Medical Transportation and maintenance for single parents and the elderly. Traditional healers as well as a Chiropidist are contracted in on a regular basis.
Also in 2000, a state of the art Zenon micro filtration Water Treatment Plant was constructed, along with a water tower. The community is serviced by a three phase electrical service with full sanitary collection and water services available.
Eagle Lake has scenic pow-wow grounds at the lake shore, complete with beach area, some electrical hook-ups and washrooms. The community holds regular traditional gatherings, including a Youth pow-wow which is held annually on the long week-end in May and takes place in the Arena. Eagle Lake is proud to host the largest traditional pow-wow in this area on the long week-end in August. This event attracts native and non-native visitors from all parts of Canada and the United States, with people coming from as far away as Texas and Arizona in the U.S. and several provinces in Canada. These visitors will include traditional dancers, drummers and spectators.