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Eclipse 2017 Guide

Where to camp along the Solar Eclipse 2017 Path of Totality.

On August 21, chase the moon & prepare to stargaze during the day.

Modern Industrial Glamping
George
George: There is so much I'd like to praise, I don't even know where to begin. It's a beautiful location on a...
Teal Creek Camp
Jack
Jack: Great Location. Sara (Land Owner) was gracious and kind. If you camp and want to bring a dog think...

A total solar eclipse will cross the continental US on Monday, August 21, 2017. Everyone in the U.S. will see at least a partial eclipse — but you have to be within the “path of totality” to experience the full effect. The path of totality is a gentle 70-mile-wide arc that crosses 13 states, shown in green on our map. There are hundreds of places to camp along the path, and Read more...

A total solar eclipse will cross the continental US on Monday, August 21, 2017. Everyone in the U.S. will see at least a partial eclipse — but you have to be within the “path of totality” to experience the full effect. The path of totality is a gentle 70-mile-wide arc that crosses 13 states, shown in green on our map. There are hundreds of places to camp along the path, and we’re partnering with landowners to add new eclipse-viewing campsites every day.

To watch this astronomic phenomenon unfold, station yourself in the path (with a pair of eclipse glasses) around 9am Pacific or 1pm EST, depending on your exact location. The total eclipse itself lasts about a minute, but it’s considered the best chance for us tiny humans to gauge the full scale of the universe firsthand — stellar! Tens of thousands of eclipse viewers are expected to flock to the path of totality to observe it, and for good reason: the next total solar eclipse over the continental U.S. won’t occur until April 8, 2024.

Fern Creek Tiny House
Andrew
Andrew: This location was incredible. It felt like a home away from home, and Bill & Mary were incredible...
Labor Day Campsites-Madras, OR
William
William: Super helpful and friendly. Llamas, kittens and lots of room for dogs and kids. Quick trip to town but...
In the last few seconds before the total solar eclipse begins, sunlight streaming through the moon’s valleys creates a single bright flash of light on the side of the moon known as “the diamond ring effect.”
Rusty Acorn Farm
Jane
Jane: Ruth and Stephen have a stunning piece of property in Eastern Tennessee. Surrounded by farmland and...
Dauenhauer Family Campground
Erinn
Erinn: Through rolling hills of ornamental farms and vineyards, we found our campground- a large field ideal...
Regular sunglasses are not enough protection for viewing the eclipse. Be sure to pack official eclipse glasses (which cost less than a dollar if you buy in bulk) or telescope funnels.
Right Lane Camping
Mike
Mike: Julie and Nathan and all their staff were the perfect hosts for the Total Eclipse at Right Lane Ranch....
Organic Farm Camp
Evan
Evan: Elizabeth is so great and the Farm was really simply amazing to stay at. If anyone is looking to fully...
Time Zone Check! The eclipse begins at 9:06 AM in Madras, OR and 1:13 PM in Columbia, SC.
Taphouse Camping Retreat
Joshua
Joshua: Great vibes, great location, great beer, lots of space, very helpful.
Black Forest Camp
Steven
Steven: Quiet area with access to water and bathrooms. There's a forest right behind where you camp with...
States in the “path of totality” are: Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wyoming.
The Buenavista
Jessica
Jessica: We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Buenavista. The wood-fired stove kept the yurt cozy all night....
Huckleberry Farm & Gypsy Cabin
David
David: If you're looking for a quiet and rustic retreat just outside of Nashville this is the place to go....
The glowing light halo around the dark solar eclipse is called the “corona” – which NASA describes as “the sun’s tenuous atmosphere."
Big Oak Treehouse
Mollie
Mollie: This review is long overdue! First off, Doug and Brenda have a very special place, here, and not just...
Sandstone Creek
Lauren
Lauren: I really enjoyed my stay here! The property owner, Greg, is a wonderful host and was extremely...
Country Cute Cottage
Andrew
Andrew: This cottage is in pristine shape and offers a relaxing stay in the middle of a valley. Close to the...
The Airstream Flying Cloud
Evan
Evan: Staying in the Airstream at Crooked Finger Farms was awesome! It was a true rainy afternoon Oregon so...
Walnut Hollow Camp
Kassidy
Kassidy: We loved our stay on the ranch! The property is beautiful and well taken care of. Charlie, your host,...
Secluded Waterfall Haven
Kim
Kim: New favorite campsite!!! It’s hard to overstate how awesome this spot is – and how amazing it was to...
Panacea at the Canyon
Octave
Octave: Our stay at Panacea at the Canyon was nothing short of dreamy. It was a prefect occasion to get away...
Treehouse Camp
Betsy
Betsy: The treehouse property is located near 3 lakes and is a small community of home owners and permanent...
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