There are still lots of eclipse camping options available along the path of totality in Baker County Oregon. Whether you’re on a grand eclipse adventure with your RV, or just looking for a place to pitch your tent under the wide open skies of Eastern Oregon, or maybe you’re looking for something a little more all inclusive or more of a glamping adventure, whatever your camping needs are, we’ve got some great options available here in Baker County. Here are just a few of our favorite eclipse camping options.
The DLX Ranch outside Baker City in Eastern Oregon has hundreds of RV and tent campsites available for the 2017 Eclipse. Food vendors, entertainment, spacious campsites—The DLX will provide a comfortable eclipse experience! Reserve your site today! For those traveling without an RV, The DLX Ranch has 429 tent sites available.
More information including reservations and availability at www.camptheoregoneclipse.com
Atlas Obscura will be celebrating this rare astronomical event on a gorgeous, secluded farm nestled in Oregon’s Snake River Valley right on the center line of totality.
For two days, you’ll take part in an all-out festival of wonder featuring celebrated scientists, writers, musicians and explorers, plus an under-the-stars performance from the legendary Sun Ra Arkestra. At the end of it all, you’ll experience the Total Eclipse itself—two minutes of midday darkness that you may never have the chance to see again.
More information including line up of speakers and presenters, other available activities and booking information at www.atlasobscura.com/oregon-solar-eclipse
Go Wild: American Adventures Eclipse Tour
Go Wild is offering two tour packages so you can choose a 4 day or 6 day eclipse adventure . Both are all-inclusive: transportation to our secret private viewing location (expect ~2′ 5″ totality), camping/glamping, local grub & booze, eclipse cocktails, and access to the best after party around.
Go Wild is lucky to own a bit of private land that is high, unobscured by trees, far off the beaten path, and nearly as close to the center of the path of totality as you can get for premier eclipse viewing. These tours offer serious eclipse action for those who want to make the most of their Eastern Oregon vacation.
More information including package options and booking info at www.gowildusa.com/eclipse
Tent and RV sites available with large camp sites, easy access, and services provided .
Oregon Eclipse Camp is releasing a limited number of camping spots just a few miles outside Unity Oregon, directly in the center of the totality path for the upcoming solar eclipse. Easily accessible by paved road and suitable for nearly any style of camping, Oregon Eclipse Camp is offering a family-friendly eclipse viewing experience for everyone. Whether you pilot a large motor coach or a bicycle and sleeping bag, we have a place for you.
More information and reservations at http://www.oregoneclipsecamp.com
These are just a few of our favorite eclipse camping options still available in Baker County Oregon. 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