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Best Oregon Campgrounds To View Solar Eclipse

Spoiler Alert!

If you’re planning on going to see the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 – skip to the Oregon campground list section of this article.

If you’re not planning on seeing the eclipse in person, this is what it will look like:

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Total Solar Eclipse Oregon Camping Guide

For those of you still interested in going to see the total solar eclipse, CampsitePhotos.com has complied a list of the best campgrounds to see the August 21st total solar eclipse in the United States. Our first article will feature the best Oregon campgrounds to view the total solar eclipse. Subsequent articles will cover other states that will be in the path of the great eclipse.

According to NASA, the path of the total solar eclipse over the United States will take it through Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

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Here’s the list (and some photos) of Oregon campgrounds that will be in or very close to the path of the total solar eclipse. The list has been compiled in the geographic order of the eclipse path (from west to east).

Click on a link to browse and see photos of each campsite at that campground, as well as to read more information about the campground.

Oregon

Cape Lookout State Park

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Sand Lake Recreation Area / Sandbeach Campground

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Devils Lake State Park

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Beverly Beach State Park

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Tillicum Beach

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Silver Falls State Park

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Fishermen’s Bend

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Southshore

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Cove Creek

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Hoover

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Paradise

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Delta

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McKenzie Bridge

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Tumalo State Park

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Cascade Lake Highway Area Campgrounds

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Clyde Holliday State Park

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Unity Lake State Park

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Farewell Bend State Park

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Farewell Bend State Recreation Area

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Most of the campgrounds are probably already sold out, but it may be worth a try to reserve a campsite. If you miss it this year, you’ll have another shot on August 12, 2045!

In our next article we will cover the best Idaho campgrounds to see the total solar eclipse.

Regards, Park Ranger

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