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Total Solar Eclipse 2017: Missouri Camping

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September 7, 2023

The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 is fast-approaching! This exciting event will take place on August 21st, 2017, and it’s the first total eclipse in nearly 100 years.

The eclipse will be visible along a wide band (the path of totality) reaching from Oregon to South Carolina, and Missouri falls smack dab in the middle of this path!

If you’re in the Midwest, or planning a road trip to Missouri for the event, book your stay at Lincoln Lake RV Park located in the city of Carrollton. This particular town will have amazing views of the Total Solar Eclipse, and an estimated viewing time of 2 minutes and 37 seconds!

Camping at Lincoln Lake RV Park

Lincoln Lake RV Park offers a friendly atmosphere and pets are welcome, so bring along your furry friends! The park is located on two small lakes and offers 15 spacious full hook-up, back-in RV sites.


During the day, enjoy fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boating. The views here are beautiful, and this is a great place to escape and unwind in nature. The Carrollton Recreation Park is nearby and features tennis courts, a basketball court, batting cages, Frisbee golf, a trail system, and a playground.

The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Are you ready to reserve your site? Spaces will fill up quickly for this event! If you want to experience the eclipse for yourself, book your stay at Lincoln lake RV Park today on Camp Native. This RV park accepts online reservations, so booking is fast, easy, and painless!

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