2017 Solar Eclipse – Last Minute Campsites!

The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse is less than a week away! If you haven’t had any luck finding a campsite for the August 21st event or if you’ve just decided you don’t want to miss out on this incredible experience, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 19 campgrounds, RV parks, and cabins that still have availability for the eclipse. Keep in mind that these sites will continue to fill up quickly, so if you want a spot, it’s best to reserve it ASAP!

Pine Creek Eclipse Camping: John Day, Oregon

Pine Creek offers dry RV and tent camping in an open meadow. Porta potties will be available onsite as well as bottled water and non-potable water. There is a two-night minimum stay.

Cost per day: $75 – $150

Coy & Wilma’s Campground: Sesser, Illinois

Coy & Wilma’s, located on Rend Lake, offers three unique cabins (like “The Barn”) and full hook-up RV sites. Campers have access to picnic tables and fire pits, and there is no minimum stay. Pets are welcome!

Cost per day: $35 – $98

Kentucky Lake Resort: Gilbertsville, Kentucky

This family-owned, pet-friendly property is located near Kentucky Lake State Park. The resort is offering full hook-up RV sites with access to fire pits, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, drinkable water, and free Wifi.

Cost per day: $21.50 – $26.50

Sunrise Campground: Spencer, Tennessee

Located just north of Fall Creek Falls State Park, Sunrise Campground offers full hook-up RV sites and tent sites. BBQ grills, fire pits, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, and drinkable water are all available at the campground. Pets are welcome!

Cost per day: $11 – $27

Timberlake Campground: Whittier, North Carolina

This family-focused campground is located near Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Campers have their choice of waterfront tent sites and full hook-up RV sites. Campers have access to clean restrooms and showers, picnic tables, BBQ grills, and drinkable water. Feel free to bring along your pets!

Cost per day: $28 – $30

 

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Additional 2017 Solar Eclipse Campgrounds

Kennedy Korner: Greenville, South Carolina

Mountain Rest Cabins: Mountain Rest, South Carolina

Rivendell Cabin: Franklin, North Carolina

Ft. Wilderness Campground: Whittier, North Carolina

Acorn Cottage: Crossville: Tennessee

Collins River Campground: Rock Island, Tennessee

K-River Motel & Campground: Baldwin, Illinois

Lincoln Lake RV Park: Carrollton, Missouri

Blue Heron Campground: Gothenburg, Nebraska

2017 Solar Eclipse – Ridge Road: John Day, Oregon

Grant County Search & Rescue: Canyon City, Oregon

Mt. Vernon City Parks (Tents): Mt. Vernon, Oregon

Vale Trails RV Park: Vale, Oregon

Diamond G Ranch – Eclipse Camping: Terrebonne, Oregon


Don’t miss out on this exciting sky event everyone is going to be talking about! Campsites will continue to fill up quickly prior to August 20th, if you plan on experiencing the Total Solar Eclipse for yourself, be sure to book your site today!

Jessica Goehring title: Administrator
Jessica is a freelance writer. She resides in Minnesota with her husband, dog, and 6 cats. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, and being President of the Introvert Club.