With the great eclipse of 2017 just a few weeks away hotel rooms in the path of totality are getting scarce and reservable campsites are going fast. For travelers still looking for camping options in Baker County for the eclipse weekend you might want to consider going back to school. Several Baker County schools have opened up their grounds for eclipse camping. These reservable sites are perfect for those with RVs and for those wanting to pitch a tent with access to facilities including restrooms and showers, in the path of totality
The Baker High School will also be offering eclipse amping with 20 by 20 tent sites and 40 by 20 self containtained RV sites, including locker room showers available 24 hours/day.
Indoor toilets and outdoor porta-potties available 24 hours/day. Garbage service, pets allowed on a leash. Close to the Leo Adler Pathway that takes you to downtown and the Geiser Pollman Park.Tennis courts available. Bring own gear. Camp host on duty 24 hrs More information including reservations and rates here.
The North Powder School is also offering both rv and tent camping for the 2017 eclipse with amenities Include:
Unobstructed views, Portable Outhouses, Garbage service, Playground, Drinking water, pet friendly (leashes please and clean up), Camp hosts, Large campsites
NO-electric, dump or water hookups. For more more information including rates and availability click here
For more lodging options including vacation rentals, guest houses, and more camping ideas visit the Baker County eclipse lodging page at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/eclipse-lodging-and-camping-availability
For more information about other eclipse events and activities to enjoy while visiting Baker County for the eclipse be sure to visit Baker County Tourism’s event calendar