Five easy ways to find a campsite for the eclipse

Don’t believe the negative media: eclipse campsites are abundant, and increasing in number every day

Fretting about finding somewhere to stay for this eclipse? Thinking of calling the whole thing off and staying at home? Don’t – our research shows that there is literally an infinite number of places to camp. Here’s how you go about securing a campsite inside the eclipse Path of Totality in Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina:

In summary? Untold ABUNDANCE.
1 – Check the USA Eclipse 2017 Camping & RV Guide
USA Eclipse Camping & RV Guide for August 21, 2017
2 – Contact local tourism organisations, who WILL help you find a campsite.
3 – Check (so many on there).
4 – Check HipCamp’s eclipse page
5 – Consider dispersed/primitive camping in National Forests or Bureau of Land Management (BLM) areas – special eclipse guide here.




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