There’s a major once-in-a-lifetime event sweeping over the nation this summer and campers across the country are gearing up to witness a spectacular total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. This eclipse is special because it’s the first time since 1918 that a total solar eclipse will be visible across the nation in a complete path, called “the path of totality.” The Path of Totality will move from the Oregon coast and travel southwest towards the Carolinas.
This summer, you can participate in eclipse-themed activities and snacks like moon shaped snacks, glow stick parties, pinhole projector making, space-themed outdoor movie screenings, campfires, and much more at participating campgrounds.
Long Beach – Seaview, WA
Bend – Bend, OR
Mt Hood Village – Welches, OR
Pacific City – Cloverdale, OR
Portland Fairview – Fairview, OR
Seaside – Seaside, OR
South Jetty – Florence, OR
Whalers Rest – South Beach, OR
Diamond Caverns – Park City, KY
Cherokee Landing – Saulsbury, TN
Natchez Trace – Hohenwald, TN
Carolina Landing – Fair Play, SC
The Oaks at Point South – Yemassee, SC